Wearing our handmades everyday

I was a little late to the Instagram scene but have been using it lately as a fun and easy way to document me and my girls and how often we wear our handmade clothing. I thought I would share a few outfits we wore this week.
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Me in a Burda pattern I made two years ago and still wear a lot.
 Gigi in her comic book tee. Self drafted .
 Gigi in a self drafted tee with semi puffed sleeves
 Isabelle in the simple self drafted dolman tee I made her. A great basic.
 Lily in her mustache dress I made her in September.
 Me in my thrifted fabric dress I made almost two years ago.
Gigi in her suspender skirt I made last October.
Here is me in my feather print top I made last week.
This one isn’t from Instagram but here is Isabelle in the Galaxy she wore to a dance last weekend.  I made it for her in September. It’s a simple silk, tube dress with a high low hem that she turned to the side. And not too revealing!

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-McKenzie

Comments

  1. briscoeslochico says

    Love LOVE the Burda pattern shirt (first picture). Very flattering, do you have the name of it? Would love to make one too!

  2. says

    The stuff I made for the boys in the fall has been worn as quickly as it can be washed and worn again – I love that. I feel like the things I make in knit get the most wear by the boys, it is just what they can play in so easily.

  3. says

    Wow. I love this pics. Your little one really looks like you in the top photo. And I love the Burda top and the red print dress you’re wearing in the pic with the sunglasses.

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