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  • Blakely’s - "Present Dress" Lucy #241, Pattern by Children’s Corner

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    Blakely made this cute "Present Dress" using Children’s Corner pattern "Lucy", #241. She used Aqua corduroy with a coordinating Christmas dot by Robert Kaufman. We turned this dress into a tunic top by adding our red leggings! Spans the ages! Click for Close-up view
  • "Johnny" by Children’s Corner, Corduroy

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    Maria R. made a corduroy long romper for her grandson using the Children’s Corner pattern ’Johnny’. She added an applique to the pocket for extra cuteness!

  • Delectable Dress by Jeanie Beaumeister using ’Emma’s Sleeveless Dress’ Pattern, Old Fashioned Baby

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    Jeannie Beaumesiter’s ’Emma’s Sweet Sleeveless Dress’ class model garment. In March of 2016 we enjoyed constructing this beautiful heirloom dress! This dress is a sleeveless version of ’Emma’s Smocked Baby Dress’ by Old Fashioned Baby Patterns. Click for close-up view.
  • Bridget Anderson’s "Christmas Surprise", Lucy A-Line

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    Bridget Anderson sent us a "Christmas Surprise"! Using Lezette Thomason’s directions in "Ideas for Children’s Corner" to alter Children’s Corner pattern, "Lucy", Bridget inserted a bright polka dot box pleat in the front, and added a coordinating band of "Christmas stripe spaghetti" around the yoke seam with an attached spaghetti bow! Simple, but so cute with the contrast box pleat & spaghetti trim!! Click for close-up view
  • Bridget Anderson’s "Christmas Surprise", Lucy A-Line, 2 Sisters

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    Bridget Anderson sent us a "Christmas Surprise"! Using Lezette Thomason’s directions in "Ideas for Children’s Corner" to alter Children’s Corner pattern, "Lucy", Bridget inserted a bright polka dot box pleat in the front, and added a coordinating band of "Christmas stripe spaghetti" around the yoke seam with an attached spaghetti bow! Simple, but so cute with the contrast box pleat & spaghetti trim!! In this photo, Bridget shows her "Big Sister-Little Sister" versions! Click for close-up view
  • Bridget Anderson’s "Snowflakes!" Dress

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    Bridget Anderson’s "Snowflakes!" Bridget says, "This beautiful icy blue featherwale corduroy makes for a sweet Winter Wonderland dress. I love Children’s Corner "Adelaide’s" classic lines. Incomparable Buttons’ cute snowflake buttons accent the pleats on the dress. An ivory corduroy collar edged in matching icy blue whipstich piping is the perfect finishing touch."
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  • Bridget Anderson’s "Rainbow Dress for Ava", Children’s Corner "Charlotte"

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    Bridget Anderson says, " Ava called this her ’Rainbow Dress’. This outfit began with the purchase of these fun tights at Gymboree earlier in the season. I knew I wanted brown with pink accents, and my friend, Sarah, suggested I make a Children’s Corner, "Charlotte" in brown corduroy with multicolored buttons. Giant pink rick rack down the front gives a pretty scalloped look, and the multi-colored buttons match Ava’s tights." Click for close-up view
  • Jane W ’Johnny’ by Children’s Corner Patterns

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    Jane W with her Children’s Corner Pattern ’Johnny’! Jane says "My favorite is that gorgeous navy corduroy which is reversible to the navy /red plaid pima that I bought via "Barn closeouts". The pant legs are about 2" too long for him but his mamma will not let me shorten them, because she loves to see the plaid on the hem turned up." Click for close-up view.
  • ’Sacque & Bonnet’ by Jeannie Baumeister using Old Fashion Baby Pattern

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    ’Fine wale corduroy is deliciously soft, which makes it the perfect fabric for cozy baby garments.’ Jeannie Baumeister of The Old Fashioned Baby Company used her precious ’Saque & Bonnet’ pattern to create this precious baby outfit! Featured in the Classic Sewing Fall 2017 magazine on page 101.
  • Red Corduroy Christmas Tree Dress

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    Connie Palmer created this adorable A-Line dress (Children’s Corner "Lucy" pattern) using our T-31 green tri-color Spaghetti Bias for the Christmas Tree (brown gingham spaghetti bias makes the trunk), decorated with shiny red Christmas ornament ball buttons on red featherwale corduroy. Dress is lined in red pima gingham, and Connie made a bias ruffle to finish the hem, topped by a row of T-31 spaghetti bias! Click for close-up view.

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  • ’Class Picture Day’, Children’s Corner

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    Cookie B has brought in this classy blouse and skort combo! ’Class Picture Day’ uses a Liberty of London floral print with Children’s Corner pattern ’Ainsley’. The skort was made out of Fabric Finders Pink Corduroy with Children’s Corner pattern ’Sarah’s Skort’ and the lining is a coordinating gingham check! Cookie added a cute Liberty band with her scrap pieces to perfectly tie together these darling separates! Click for close-up view.
  • Bridget Anderson’s "First Day of School", Bishop

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    What could be more perfect for Bridget Anderson’s daughter’s "starting school" dress than a sweet smocked bishop? Bridget purchased Fabric Finder’s T-30 Blues tri-color from her favorite local heirloom shop, Elegant Stitches (Cary, NC)- and also had it pleated by our friends at ES..but Bridget put on the finishing touches, as only she is known to do!! PERFECT! Click for close-up view