Victorian Style Baby Dress

March 26, 2012

Today I finished this Victorian baby dress,
I didn't make one for a long time.
This one has a very lacy front panel, it was fun making 
this sweet dress.

You thought that I was using too much lace,
have a look at this picture...
I'm not using enough!
and at that time they made all the lace by hand,
they needed those nine month just to make a dress..

I still need to make a bib to complete the set.

I love the baby pouch the lady is holding.
an idea for my next one, with all the frills on the side.

Here is a short sleeve dress with a front panel.

How cute is this one..

One day I would like to make dress number three.
It looks like a nice dress and with the tie back, 
the baby could wear it for a long time.

I hope you have a lovely week.

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