Fine Heirloom Sewing, Smocking and Hand Embroidery

"Baby will be well and smiling in little garments made by Mother, Auntie, Grannie and loving friends!"

Please join me as I teach the old fashioned techniques and skills needed to sew baby clothes. You will find lessons that start at the very beginning and take you step by step as we sew little baby clothes together. May you find much joy and pleasure in making them.
It's easy and it's fun!!

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Tuesday, March 16

White Wednesday - Embroidered Raglan Daygown

There are so many shades of White.  And there are even variations of the shades of white.  I love to look at the white linen gown  against the lace tablecloth.  Textures and shades and shimmering sun tipped roses.
These beautiful things came from the local grocers, not my garden!
"Embroidered Raglan Daygowns" pattern made in Ulster Linen.
This is a nice long length to cover baby's little toes!
It has a cute little duck family  Shadow Embroidered at the hem.
Aren't all ducks pink?
Click on picture to enlarge.
Can you see the pink Featherstitch embroidery worked along the front/sleeve seam line?
Pretty pink ribbon to tie in a bow.
The sleeves are finished with a ribbon so it can be pulled up to fit baby's wrist.

Come with me on the  Faded*Charm  celebration of White Wednesday.


Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

I luv the little ducks. So Cute. Thanks for shareing the pic's.

Julia said...

I love the whites and textures, too!

Diann said...

Very sweet!

Pam Marshall said...

Love your work.
I'm kind of a novice. Did a few things but not alot. My boys just would not have wore heirloom.
Now with a granddaughter on the way I read your blog faithfully.
Ever thought about doing a Lesson on shadwo emb.? I did it years ago but I am so rustie.
Keep feeding my passion.

Grandma Ellen said...

Duckies are still my favorite embellishment for baby clothes. They aren't "too girly" for daddies who aren't into heirloom. They are "girly enough" for baby girls. My son's favorite outfit was his "ducky suit" - a smocked one piece outfit with ducklings on it, for the Easter he was 3 years old.

Miss Gracie's House said...

So sweet...the little ducks are so cute and unique!

Sherry said...

That is absolutely gorgeous! I loved day gowns. I had all boys but when they were infants they all wore gowns so easy to open and change them in the middle of the night!
Come by my blog to win Rachael ray bake ware.

LAnderson (SewNso @ Southern Stitches) said...

It's soooo beautiful! I LOVE the shadow work little ducks - just precious!

Mary Beth @ Live. Laugh. Make Something said...

Bee-You-Tee-Full! I adore this little dress! ...and what a great idea for a business. This is how I dressed my babies when they were tiny. I invite you to drop in at my place one day this week as you get a chance. until later...

Martha said...

Just a soft sigh, that is what this makes me think of. So soft and sweet. Perfect for a baby.

Raspberries and Rose Petals said...

Jeannie, your daygowns are stunning!

Thanks for stopping by my place today! I love your take on the "Love" verses! So often we expect more from others than we do ourselves. Thanks for the reminder!

Have a wonderful White Wednesday!


Sewconsult said...

So soft & tiny, delicate & sweet.
Beckie in Brentwood, TN

June said...

Such a beautiful WW post. The little gown is just darling and your pictures are lovely. I sure enjoyed the roses!!!

ShirleyC said...

How precious! I am just in awe.

seamsgreat said...

I think the best way to describe your daygown is just simply "Understated Elegance".

I love the roses.~ janet

Ann Cornay said...

You have the most beautiful blog. I love it and your sewing, Jeannie.

Ann Cornay

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