Sunday, July 13, 2008

Emily & Tana Dresses Customer Creations

I just got this great picture of the Tana Tutu Dress from a customer in Germany. The embroidery looks great and I love the way it is presented with the name of the dress and her name. It was made with love for a special little's girl's birthday. Thanks Bani for sharing this picture of your Tana Tutu Dress.



This is another great look from a mom who is the mother of two boys but loves making girly things. Here is what she made from the Emily Dress pattern. What a cute idea using camo and hunter's orange. Thanks Heather for sending these pictures.





Heather recently ordered Karen and Tana patterns. Here is what she said:

"I can not wait to recieve the karens capri and halter and the tutu dress. I love all your work. You have amazing items and your patterns are so easy to follow. I have sent you one of the emily dresses I have made. I hope to one day have even half the talent you have. Thanks again for your patterns can't wait to make more works of art!!!"


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4 comments:

Jennifer said...

I had to laugh when I saw the "hunting" dress. It's the same print as the military BDU. I've thought about making my daughter (an Air Force kid) an outfit out of that print. I think I will go for black instead of orange though. =)

Somewhere there is a proud daddy showing off his little hunter. It was a good idea I may just have to steal.

feinesstoeffchen said...

This lovely dress was a birthday present not for the special little girl but for her mothers birthday ;) yesterday Mia looks lovely in it and as soon I took a picture I´ll send it to you!

Best wishes from Germany,

Kati

Kati said...
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Kati said...

Dear Nanette, as the link wasn´t correct in my first comment, again:

Bani and I share a little sewing blog together and we had to announce some recipients for a blogging award - you were our first choice for the
Brilliant Blog Award!

Best wishes from Germany,

Kati and Bani