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Emily Jane

Can you make a dress like that in a big girl size? ;) I love the blue hem!

Carolyn L.

That is super cute, Megan. Well done.

Karla W.

I've always started clothing projects in the size that the girls are at the time. Then I usually don't get it finished unless it's just a bit short or a bit too tight. :o) It's wise to make them a bit on the big side.

Nis

adorable! Happy 4th!

carol

SO cute!

The Leftoverist

Wyatt knows "It's a Grand Old Flag" and sang it incessantly when he was about 3. So cute (and sometimes regrettable).

What a sweet dress. My friend Bethany is working on a beautiful apron for me that she found on your site. I'll post photos of it when it's done. So I'm not crafty, but I'm benefiting! And I'm getting a #@$load of traffic from your site. You are the celebrity in my life :)

Megan

Thanks, guys!
Emily, I've attempted to adjust a child's pattern to my own size because it looked so comfy on the kids. The results were horrible. Potato-sack horrible. ;)
Sarah, your friend must be making an Emmeline apron? It's such a great pattern. I have yet to make one for myself. Just gifts for friends. Will you post photos on your blog when she's done?
As for the hits, that's great! It's always fun to look at the stats for my blog. There was a time when I was feeling pretty good about how many people were visiting, and then I picked up a copy of Alicia Paulson's book "Stitched in Time" and in the author bio it said that her (inspiring) blog (Posie Gets Cozy) gets 250,000 hits a month. Ha, ha, ha. After more than a year of blogging, I still haven't totaled half as many hits as she gets in a month.

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