Saturday, January 16, 2010

#101 Pattern of the Week

The featured pattern of the week is #101! This was the very first pattern that I started the company with 10 years ago. Because it has a yoke that can be smocked or left plain for embroidery, it is still one of my favorites. It also has a short boy's sleeve, a puffed girl's sleeve, or a long sleeve. The daygown features a Peter Pan collar, and has the option of adding a drawstring at the bottom.

This first version is made from pale blue pima cotton and is smocked with the design that is included in the pattern.

Made from blue Imperial Batiste, this daygown is smocked with Ellen McCarn's"Moo-Stroloy"

The last daygown is made from white satin batiste and is piped with yellow Whipped Stitched Piping. The ducks and flowers are made with simple bullion stitches and can be found on the "Bullion Duck Daygown" blog.

This daygown is just right for those expected Spring babies!

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