I can't think of anything that would bring sunshine into this rainy California day better than a parade of Daffodils! Rachel and I so enjoyed seeing all the wonderful tops (and dresses!) you made during our Daffodil Sew Along using the Tie Dye Diva Daffodil Top pattern. We're so glad to see so many trying new techniques and creative ideas, and using the sew-along bonus options like dress length, pockets, princess-seam trims, and flutter sleeves!
Let's get to the parade!
|Nicole used pom fringe and a piped bodice detail!|
|Elizabeth's beauty in butterflies!|
|(Clockwise from left) Gorgeous contrasting center panels by Leigh Ann, Nicole, and Kathy!|
|Bright and beautiful by Valerie, Susan, and Patricia!|
|Let's get another look at Susan's adorable girl in mermaids!|
|Christina gave such attention to the details for a sweet vintage look! |
|Meg and Rachel made these so fabulous in florals! |
|When you are cute as Vicki's baby, who needs pants? I love the use of complimentary prints on the panels.|
|Joanna made adorable tops for twin sisters! |
|Dress length Daffodils by Susan and Brenda! |
|Tara's, Martha's and Randi's let gorgeous fabrics do the talking!|
|Christina and Christine used the sew-along-exclusive flutter sleeve!|
|Sue and Marilyn used such sweet little prints!|
|Helen's cutie with piping and a Minnie print!|
|These Daffodil top and capri sets are fit for princesses! Made by Tami and Bonnie Jeanne. |
|What could be more perfect for a Daffodil than yellows? These by Petra and Katherine.|
If you missed the sew along, you can find the posts here on the TDD blog.
|(Clockwise from left): Be still my heart! Daffodils with piping and trims by Molly, Elaine, and Sue! |
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Day 3: Adding Flutters
Labels: A line top pattern, built in cap sleeves, daffodil top pattern, girls top pattern, sew along