When Alice Caroline emailed me to ask if my girls and I might be interested in taking a peek at her new book, Sew Pretty for Little Girls, I knew these projects would be right up our alley, but I had no idea, until I received a copy of this beautiful book, just how very much we would LOVE it! So I was so thrilled when she asked if I’d participate in the Little Lady Liberty blog hop to launch the book…I feel like this book was written just for us!
Featuring Liberty of London art fabrics????? Um, yes please! These sweet, simple projects are just so lovely and vintage-feeling. I really did fall in love, and decided to let my girls browse the book and each pick out 3 favorite projects to add to our gotta-make-it list. Here’s what they had to say…
Nora’s #1) She was instantly taken by this sweet little doll quilt! So classic and just plain pretty. I don’t blame her.
Nora’s #2: Rosie Floor Cushion. How fun is this? My girl loves the idea of a big, fat sitting pillow for her room.
Nora’s #3) The butterfly wall decals. The little Miss wants a whole room of these, and I think it would be a lovely sight.
Char’s #1) This Libby Ra-ra Skirt is SO our style. I know both girls would wear this literally everywhere (and I mean, everywhere), so it was no shock when Char told me this was her top pick.
Char’s #2) She surprised me with choosing this simple, fresh duvet and sham combo. Very functional and lovely! I must say, good taste, M’lady!
Char’s #3) I love how she insisted throughout our entire browse, FOR SURE the scrunchies (even though she has very thin, very short hair that couldn’t hold a scrunchie if it’s life depended on it…awww, little sweetie. We can dream). So yes, we must include these scrunchies on the bottom right!
20 projects in all- these were just a few of our favs. And all 20 of them are sweet and simple…nothing complicated or fussy…perfect projects for my little ladies and I to work on together. Will definitely post pics when we get some of this cuteness stitched up!