I've had the itch to do some sewing and what better thing to sew than spring skirts for my favorite little grand-girls? Our library put on a little tea party for the local girls and their American Girl Dolls.
That was all the excuse I needed to sew some matching outfits!
The young lady that does Story Time at our library really did it up big. She set the tables so pretty with darling little tea pots at each table.
And she served lots of different homemade treats made by our Librarian's mother. It was so very well done.
The girls had to fill out a little questionaire sheet about themselves and that was read out load during the fashion show! Each girl walked around the tables showing what they and their baby were wearing! Rosy was the youngest girl there with her American Girl Bitty Baby!
Jillian had her American Girl Doll, Caroline, and she was so proud.
Her Mommy even combed her hair to match Caroline's!
The little skirts were a simple pattern that I found from my favorite sewing blog, MADE. (I changed them up a little bit by adding a waistband.)
I mixed them up a bit so they were matching, but not exactly the same!
I was such a beautiful spring day here in Tennessee. We are so happy to stand on our hilltop and see green grass in every direction we look. The trees are beginning to green up too! What a happy day!