My aunts are avid thrift shoppers with a weakness for vintage linens. This pillowcase was one of their finds, and I've hung onto it knowing I'd have a use for it someday.
This project was so easy and so fast. There's lots of tutorials out there on how to sew one up here's the one I used
This pattern uses elastic across the chest and bias tape to close up the raw edges around the arms and create the ties. It turned out perfectly and this will fit our little girl for a long time since it starts off as a dress and can be used as a shirt as she grows. You can put a shirt under them too for cooler weather. Versatile clothes are the best. I've got a few more vintage pillowcases I'll be making into dresses.
just a tip, this pillowcase had some little stains on it but I washed it and hung it in the sun and the stains are gone.
While I was searching for a tutorial for the little dress I re-discovered this site http://sewmamasew.com/tutorials.php#i6 it's loaded with sewing information and inspirational sewing projects. I love this idea for a patch http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/?p=922 it's making me want to put away my knitting needles for a while and do some hand sewing.
Freshly collected (and just washed) eggs.