Fine Heirloom Sewing, Smocking and Hand Embroidery

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

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It's easy and it's fun!!

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Saturday, October 1

Pink Roses in My Work Room.

Even on my messy work table the Pink Roses stand out.  
I am in the throes of preparing for the classes I am teaching at SAGA National Convention in Anaheim, California.  It will be great fun for everyone.  You can come too.

I need my dress in front of me for reference as I get my samples together and go over my class outline.  
There's alot to do.  And this is a two day class  which means there is two days worth of preparing.  But I love two day classes.  They are more relaxed and conducive to learning for students.

This particular Lace/Embroidery design is not in the pattern, it's part of the class.
If any of my students are reading this post....the pattern you need is Old Fashioned Baby Daydresses.    If you call me, I can bring one to Convention for you.  It can be the older version of Daydresses or the Revised that is on my website.  We will be using View 1, Small.

We will be Hemstitching. (notice the pink Roses!)
Very Old Fashioned Baby!

Hemstitching on the Sleeve is a very pretty touch.
And more Pink Roses.

But nowhere as lovely as the REAL thing!

This Rose is called Katy Road Pink or Carefree Beauty.  It does look pretty happy and carefree, doesn't it?

And Levi the cat is lurking about.

Don't you think he looks a little arrogant?

He is!

This is my Pink Saturday post.




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10 comments:

Audrey said...

Jeannie, your blog is so incredibly sweet, I am your newest follower!
Blessings, Audrey

chubskulit said...

Pinktastic! Love the roses!

My PINK is here, please come and visit when you get a chance. Have a nice weekend!

Miss Holly said...

Oh..I so wish I could come to that convention.....some day I hope!! I just bought my first wing needle.....I am so excited to play with it and start doing some new sewing....I also bought it for doing the crocheted edging on blankets..... so many projects so little time!!!!
The dress is just heavenly!!!

Cynthia Gilbreth said...

Hi Jeannie,
I have the older version of the pattern. Which view will we make? I'd like to trace it out on interfacing before the Convention.

chickadeeworkshop said...

Love the dress, the roses and the beautiful Levi! I have had two "tuxedo" cats and they have wonderful dispositions, but they can look quite arrogant, too.

Kellie said...

Love the dress with all the little pretty pink roses... and aren't all cats arrogant? I think they believe themselves smarter than us and we are here to do their bidding! But we love them just the same!

Sewconsult said...

Such a sweet dainty dress. You are so talented. The roses are a nice touch to your room.
Beckie in Brentwood, TN

Janice said...

Jeannie, that dress is so lovely that it hurts my eyes! If they made "pretty shades" like sunglasses, I would need double strength for this dress. It makes me sigh....

Janice said...

Jeannie, this dress is so lovely that it hurts my eyes. If there is such a thing as "pretty shades," like sunglasses, I need some to look at this dress. It just makes me sigh.

Robin Hart said...

I.can.not.wait! I think I have that pattern, will add to my way too long list of things to do to check!

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