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The little princess modeling S1701

My sweet little girl in S1701
   I couldn't wait until my little princess was born, so that she could wear her first dress made by mommy! I reviewed this dress pattern sometime in May, which you can read about here. I will say that the pattern size I chose was an XXS for a size up to 7 pounds. However, the dress is a little big, but she should be able to fit the dress properly within a month or so. So for me the pattern does seem to run a little large, as tends to be the norm in the big 4 patterns. This still for me does not take away for me that this is a great little pattern, that can lead to so many various options for you little girls...
 
  On the sewing front I have been sewing, but just for the kiddos so far! However, that is going to change, because I am so ready to make some garments for myself, just anything lol..... 9 months of really no sewing other than here and there and I am ready to combust lol.. So, I am going to steal away little time to gather patterns and see where that may lead me, we shall see... Well, ladies I hope you all will have a wonderful safe weekend! Be blessed and nothin' less and continue to stay fearlessly fierce!

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  1. Congrats Lady!!!! Awwww.....she's BEAUTIFUL!!! Her little dress is gorgeous! Have fun making clothes for your Princess!!!

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  2. She is precious! Congratulations Candice!

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  3. What a precious gift from God! --and wearing custom clothing! Bless you Mom and daughter! I know she will have a closet full of beautiful outfits.

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    1. Thank you Robin! I can't wait to sew more clothes for my baby girl!

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  4. Congratulations... she is so preciously adorable.

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  5. Congratulations Candice! I hope you and your family are doing well.

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  6. This is adorable! Such a little princess in her new dress!

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  7. Sewing for little girls is the MOST fun! I started sewing a few months before my now 6 year old daughter was born, and I get the biggest kick out of making her stuff.

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    1. Yes, sewing for little girls is the best!

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  8. Congratulations! She is just adorable! And I loved sewing for my daughters...I'm sure you will too!

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  9. Yay! Congratulations on your beautiful baby girl.

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  10. Awwww Candice. The dress is perfect....just perfect!

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  11. How precious!!!! She is gorgeous !!!

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  12. Congrats, your daughter is beautiful! Love the dress!

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  13. Candice, She is absolutely beautiful. Congratulations. BTW- the princess dress is perfect.

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