Teeny Tiny Baby Dress for Baby Shower Gift
One of my new friends since moving just had her first baby girl. And you know what that means…adorable outfits and blankets! Luckily, I recently bought the Hazelbee Baby dress and made a teeny tiny baby dress. But then I had to find a legging pattern for babies. When I had babies I always traced around store bought leggings. And the other legging pattern I’ve used isn’t in baby sizes. I settled on the free leggings pattern from Halla.
Since these are a gift and I can’t really try the outfit on for fit, I’m not going to do a review. My only comments about the patterns are they came together as expected! I made up the 0-3 month sizes for both patterns. I have no idea if they run true to size or fit funny or any of that stuff, but I sure hope they fit awesome because I die over how cute this outfit is every time I scroll past the pictures…If only I was sewing from real patterns with awesome fabrics when I had my own babies…
About a week before the baby shower, my first order from Raspberry Creek Fabrics arrived. My friend mentioned she isn’t drawn to pink, so I knew this mustard window pane and mustard polka dot cotton lycra were perfect. Both fabrics are from the Raspberry Creek Fabrics Club line.
Clearly I love the window pane print, since I made a peplum for myself with it. But honestly, It’s even cuter in this mini form. And I cannot get enough of the crossover front with this window pane fabric! It’s making my heart sing in all sorts of octaves. I just love this teeny tiny baby dress!
Of course the dress needed matching accessories, so I made some coordinating headbands. Again-no baby to try them on so I just hope they fit. I made them slightly different sizes so hopefully one will fit while the dress fits.
And the leggings. Honestly I thought mustard leggings were cute but I’m also tickled at how practical they are. Cause even if that diaper leaks, these leggings will hide those stains perfectly. I added my little label on the back of the leggings for fun.
This teeny tiny baby dress was so fun to make, I can’t wait to make a bunch more. Baby clothes take so little fabric but have twice as much impact!