Today is my day to share with you a new book by Alice Caroline!
Sew Pretty for Little Girls
This is a collection of over 20 sewing and quilting projects for little girls using Liberty of London fabric! And if you have worked with Liberty fabric you know just how amazing it is to work with!
My sister and I knew, if we wanted fabulous fabrics in our Sunny Day shop...we needed to include Liberty of London Tana Lawns. If you haven't had the chance to experience Liberty of London, I highly recommend it. They are amazing! And Alice Caroline has some fabulous projects using Liberty...many requiring only small bits!
I chose to make an Isabel Basket out of two of my favorite Liberty prints. For the exterior of my basket I used our Tiny Poppytot and for the handles, Glenjade in Teal.
The instructions in this book are clear and easy to follow...
The Isabel Basket would be perfect to catch hair bands or jewelry. The instructions even include two sizes!
I changed the handles just slightly, but I think it would be adorable to use as an Easter basket or a place for softies to rest.
Even big girls would love to have a Liberty basket sitting on their dresser!
And you can follow future blog hop posts or look at those you may have missed:
Mon 2nd – Alice Caroline
Wed 4th – Crafting Not Cleaning
Thu 5th – Sew4Home
Fri 6th – Bloom
Sat 7th – A Spoonful of Sugar
Sun 8th – Fabricworm
Mon 9th – Pieced Brain
Tue 10th – Pretty Nostalgic
Wed 11th – Olivia Jane Handcrafted
Thu 12th – One Shabby Chick
Fri 13th – Sew Creative
Sat 14th – The Last Piece
Mon 16th – Victoria Findlay Wolfe Quilts
Tue 17th – Sew Crafty Jess
Wed 18th – Stitchery Dickory Dock
Fri 20th – Molly Flanders
at 21st – Fabric & Flowers
Sun 22nd – A Bright Corner
Mon 23rd - Follow the White Bunny
Tue 24th - Straight Grain
Wed 25th - Sew Justine Sew
Thu 26th - Tracey Jay Quilts
Fri 27th - Feather’s Flights
Sat 28th - Monkey Do
Sun 29th - Miss Print
Mon 30th - This Blog Is Not For You
Tue 31st - Sew Scrumptious