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 Hey y'all it's seems as if this pregnancy is flying by, yay! I am so ready to meet my baby girl and get my body back, yes I am! It's soooo many things that I want to get to, but this bump, I tell ya! Is something serious lol! Seeing that I am having my baby girl in the midst of summer I've kinda skipped right over summer and started planning for fall. Yep, fall lol! I been really getting into this shift dress movement, like I've been seeing some serious dresses that has my heart beating fast. For example this one:

This fitted sheath dress is the business, seriously!


I purchased this off fabric.com last week. I was
leaning on it being a casual blouse, but now I thinking
a shift dress, we shall see!
   I have a few more pinned on my pintrest boards, but I've been seeing some great sheath dresses around blogs as well.  I picked up a few shift  dress patterns this weekend from Jo-Ann's during the Simplicity .99 sale.  Let's see what else have I been up to? Oh, yeah! I finally finished up my mama's maxi dress M6559 ,that should have only taken an hour took me a month to finish!  I know lol! I'm pregnant and moving slow, that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it lol! I've also caught the baby sewing bug, and can I say that I am hooked! Like somebody stage an intervention hooked, lol! I've almost finished my princess first little dress; it is just darling, and I have several others planned...
I've actually been on pattern frenzy here lately, must slow down lol!
 
My little princess first dress, look at how little the pattern
pieces are, awwwww!



 I think after I finish up with my little princess dresses, than I will move on to blazers, yes, blazers in the summer time honey, but for fall! Because remember I am skipping over summer sewing, and moving right along, yes I am! I purchased this beautiful cobalt blue suiting while my mama was here visiting and I plan to make M6711; however, I will muslin it out to make sure I like it before cutting into my beautiful cobalt blue fabric. Well, that's all I have for now ladies! Be blessed and nothin' less and continue to stay fearlessly fierce!


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  1. I'm glad your pregnancy is going well. I don't think you should totally skip over summer. You deserve to make yourself at least one summer frock! After all you might be pregnant but you can still be FABULOUS!

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  2. Thanks Diva! I'm trying to convince myself to make something for myself for mother's day, we shall see how that goes, lol!

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  3. what number is the new look shift dress pattern? TIA.

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    1. Toni, I believe it's New Look 6145..

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