Thursday, February 18, 2010

#105 Pattern of the Week

Need an idea for a timeless little boy bubble? Pattern #105, can be dressy or casual, depending on your fabric choice. The bubble buttons down the front, and has soft pleats down each side to add a little fullness. Featured in an add for Dancing Needles fabric shop, this bubble, made from Swiss Batiste is perfect for a portrait.

Made from a soft blue twill and a white embroidered collar, this version has a more casual look.

A white bubble with a blue collar, edged with hand Bridging, give this bubble a totally different look. Little blue bullion anchors are hand stitched at the bottom of each pleat.

Not to leave out the girls, this bubble features a pink collar and bullion flowers at the bottom of the pleats.

Just is time Easter, pale green linen and rickrack, in the place of Bridging, is an elegant but practical outfit.

Tiny bullion carrots are stitched at the bottom of each pleat. The bullion carrots are super easy, and can be found in the "Heirloom Embroidery Book."

1 comment:

Laurie said...

Love, Love, Love this pattern! The carrots are absolutely adorable and that collar is precious too!


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