Thursday, November 19, 2015

Fall Challenge


Children's Corner "Carol" adapted with sleeves from the Jane pattern made up in a pink floral Viyella with white Swiss flannel for the collar.

This sweet fall dress was made from CC 'Millie in an orange floral twill and tangerine gingham, both from Fabric Finder. The pumpkin pockets from Appliqué for Kids adds just that special touch to this outfit.

Add this CC "Robins Little Jacket" in light pink Minky fabric lined with Viyella to the first dress above and you have a sweet assemble ready for any occasion. The slacks are "Parker's Pants" from CC done in pink corduroy. Roberta has been quite busy!

Ann always amazes us with her talent. Just look at this precious dress which she created using two different patterns: CC Kathy-Kelly for the front and Carol for the back. She used a shadow work pumpkin design from Appliqué for Kids. She was inspired by a dress on Facebook by Sara Crabtree Norris, please visit Sara at
She will be able to change out the little front yoke tab for any occasion.

Susan used a fabric from mode for her Fall Challenge outfit. This dress, Amy from CC has a smocking design from AS&E.

Brenda used a CC pattern, Lucy to create this darling outfit for a little girl and her doll. Lil' Memories' Dancing Candy Corn added just the right touch of whimsy. 

A variation of the "Kinsy" pattern by CC in a baby flannel was just the perfect combination to create this dress sewn by Leslye. She used a special find of sweet ribbon to embellish the collar and changed up the sleeve design by shortening them about 2 inches and then added cuffed ties to them.

A "Chanel" look alike by Nikki. She did a jacket for herself as her entry into the Fall Challenge. This boucle black and white fabric made up beautifully from a Vogue pattern. It's not just for little girls at our chapter!

Our chapter provided a chance to win a $25 gift certificate to our local smocking shop, Buttons 'n' Bows for all 'Fall Challenge' entries...


Here are all the outfits and the sewist who created them. Wonderful job ladies!

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