Love Cats Two-Piece Romper & Dress

By | June 27, 2018

A few nice cute little dog images I found:

Love Cats Two-Piece Romper & Dress
cute little dog
Image by Max-California
Lovecats! As soon as I found out about the Love is in the Air theme, I knew I had to use this fabric. It’s my favourite – little vintage kitties playing in heart-shaped blossoms. I made a two-piece outfit, both pieces can be worn together or on their own, and I made some little KITTY shoes. I made up a little pinafore dress from the kitty fabric, it features a heart shaped bib and a very full gathered skirt. There is a pink underskirt attached, and it has ruffled tulle stitched to the hem to make the skirt even more foofier! The bib has a halterneck strap that buttons on, and there are extra buttons along the length to make adjustments. I hemmed the skirt with a fancy heirloom stitch on my machine. It took f o r e v e r but it looks so cute and well worth it I think!

Underneath I made her a little romper. It is backless, because I love kissing those little back fat rolls! It features a wide collar and does up at the back with a small button and a loop. It’s a lovely plain piece, perfect for mixing and matching with other items in her wardrobe or just to wear by itself. Of course you didn’t think I could just leave it plain though did you? Heck no! On the inside I stitched a pink heart and used my machine to stitch her name. I dropped the feed dogs and took off the presser foot and then stitched the heart to the lining with free-motion sewing, moving the fabric in circles while I sewed to come up with this lovely lace-looking effect. After the third attempt at getting this romper right, and eliminating the gape that kept happening at the sides, I made it all one piece! There are just two seams to join the centre-back and the crotch! Out of the same fabric I made little shoes, using the Charlotte Mary Jane pattern. I lined it with white felt to make them a bit sturdier and when constructing them I stitched little ears on the outer fabric of each shoe. I hand embroidered a little kitty face on the front of each shoel, they look like bunnies, but I swear they are kitties!

For more pics, including Edison being very unimpressed with out real cats getting in on her photoshoot, check out my blog!

Lovecats: 2-piece romper & dress
cute little dog
Image by Max-California
Lovecats! As soon as I found out about the Love is in the Air theme, I knew I had to use this fabric. It’s my favourite – little vintage kitties playing in heart-shaped blossoms. I made a two-piece outfit, both pieces can be worn together or on their own, and I made some little KITTY shoes. I made up a little pinafore dress from the kitty fabric, it features a heart shaped bib and a very full gathered skirt. There is a pink underskirt attached, and it has ruffled tulle stitched to the hem to make the skirt even more foofier! The bib has a halterneck strap that buttons on, and there are extra buttons along the length to make adjustments. I hemmed the skirt with a fancy heirloom stitch on my machine. It took f o r e v e r but it looks so cute and well worth it I think!

Underneath I made her a little romper. It is backless, because I love kissing those little back fat rolls! It features a wide collar and does up at the back with a small button and a loop. It’s a lovely plain piece, perfect for mixing and matching with other items in her wardrobe or just to wear by itself. Of course you didn’t think I could just leave it plain though did you? Heck no! On the inside I stitched a pink heart and used my machine to stitch her name. I dropped the feed dogs and took off the presser foot and then stitched the heart to the lining with free-motion sewing, moving the fabric in circles while I sewed to come up with this lovely lace-looking effect. After the third attempt at getting this romper right, and eliminating the gape that kept happening at the sides, I made it all one piece! There are just two seams to join the centre-back and the crotch! Out of the same fabric I made little shoes, using the Charlotte Mary Jane pattern. I lined it with white felt to make them a bit sturdier and when constructing them I stitched little ears on the outer fabric of each shoe. I hand embroidered a little kitty face on the front of each shoel, they look like bunnies, but I swear they are kitties!

For more pics, including Edison being very unimpressed with out real cats getting in on her photoshoot, check out my blog!

alpha 2.5
cute little dog
Image by alekseybusygin
she a little grown old, but still cute

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