i agree! what great summer outfits for kids, AND grownups!
I totally want these for myself as well! How cute!
wow! I want them too!
Those Easter dresses are so pretty! I hope I have a little girl to dress like that. I came across your site last night in the wee hours of the morning and fell in love. Thanks for the inspiration and love love love your clothing line :)
me too! my favorite recently are the dressings inspired by the caps for sale childrens book. so great!
i feel the same way, jenny! i want them for myself!
i meant to say dresses, not dressings..dressings almost works though.
i have wardrobe envy! her blog is awesome too...thank you for sharing it.
Very Nice.I really like the striped top, and the dresses in the last photo. Lisa Dorr of Le Bouton, also makes fantastic children's clothing, that I wish came in adult sizes (although her adult clothing is phenomenal).The little girls stuff in Crewcuts- I often find myself thinking- why doesn't J. Crew make some of the same styles in women's sizes?Adding Kate Miss' shop to my Etsy faves!
toooo adorable! I'm having a boy though. I kind of want a girl the next time around. These outfits are fabulous. I also love their tights.
wow. i need to make some clothes for my daughter and takes some pictures before she gets too big. these are so pretty.
me too! i love her work.
The little angels are looking even more cute in these lovely dresses.
Oh my gosh, SO CUTE!
Amazing clothing! Wish it was available in bigger sizes too..
oh my goodness. I want those kids, in those clothes!
I stumbled onto Katie's blog a few weeks ago and was in awe of her sewing and the cuteness of her family!! you both are so talented!
I love the last pic, super cute.....love the dresses.
beautiful work!i love the fabric in the top photo.and the black tights and shoes, perfect.
Those kids are so stylish. Those outfits required some serious talent and creativity!
I could not agree more. Everything Katie does is impeccable. And that's true about you too, Jenny.
i completely agree. i totally pulled these images from katie did to try to replicate them for my own! sooo amazing.got any tips for beginner sewers who want to really commit to making their own clothing?
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