Lately I've been sewing for Wren, and I realized that these are the first projects I've made for my daughter since knowing her. During my pregnancy I consistently had something in the works for the (then) Little Oyster. But those gifts were always gender-neutral and a bit vague. But now I know this long-limbed, blue-eyed, curly-headed oyster, and I can make things specific to her. Like a spring-y super comfy jumper.
yet another of the sweet little projects I've taken from Amy Butler's book Little Stitches for Little Ones. I've had the teal and brown toile fabric for over two years just waiting for its perfect use, and the polka-dots are leftover from the turtle quillow.
We haven't put Wren in many dresses yet, opting for lots of layers and pants and sweatshirts over the colder months. But I have a feeling they will be very logical choices as the weather continues to warm up. I guess that means we're going to have to teach her how to sit like a lady.