***WARNING: SERIOUS CUTENESS BELOW***
And here are my girls with my friend's boys. I don't know how it gets any cuter than this!
You may have noticed the barrettes my girls are wearing? I used a tutorial I found on V & Co, for a fabric flower ring, made three little rosettes and hot glued them to a barrette. Took about 10 minutes for both barrettes. Not bad!
So once again, in case you missed the post about the dresses, I used the Oliver + S Birthday Party dress pattern. Having never made garments before, I was extremely nervous about pulling this off! But the instructions were easy to follow, and any question I had, I used the Oliver + S Forum. I only had to ask one question - the other questions I had were already addressed, which made it super easy! I was mostly nervous about the box pleats and the buttons and buttonholes, but those were all surprisingly easy! The buttonholes and buttons? My machine does it all, and you could practically be blindfolded while doing it.
All that to say that if you want to make clothing, but you're intimidated like I was, I highly recommend Oliver + S. I've already got my next couple of patterns lined up!
Oh, and in case you were curious about the fabric I used, it was the Breakfast at Tiffany's line from Fig Tree Quilts for Moda.