Monday, November 23, 2009

"GRANDMA LET'S MAKE ME A SKIRT!"

On Saturday my granddaughter called and asked, "Grandma can I come and play with you at your house?" So we did....later during the day, we were in the sewing room and she said, "Let's make me a skirt!" SO WE DID! Every picture she had to pose....I don't know where they learn that stuff....she is a "girly girl" but none of her family is....she must have come that way! I LOVE IT! So fun to sew for a "girly girl."

11 comments:

Needled Mom said...

How sweet! What a thrill to sew with such a wonderful model too. The skirt is adorable.

Southern Gal said...

How cute! I have a girly-girl, too, and it was so fun sewing for her when she was young. Anything frilly pleased her. Maybe my grandbaby will be a girly-girl...

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Oh how fun! I hope I can do that some day with a yet unknown granddaughter!

Joyful Quilter said...

How very cute! I'm talking about the model of course! I'm making my grand-niece and her two future half sisters skirts for Xmas. I was going to tier the layers, but I think I like your stripes better.

Kathie said...

oh how adorable she is and the skirt, bet she loved twirling around in it too!
oh I think they come that way, I have 2 DD and one is a girly girl to the max
she would have LOVED this skirt too!
kathie

Allie said...

She is ADORABLE!!!! What a darling skirt - it must be so fun to sew for a girly-girl!

Mary Grace McNamara said...

How fun! The skirt, and the girly girl, are both darling!

MGM

Quilt Hollow said...

I want a girly girl grand-daughter...someday! Love it!!

Carrie P. said...

She is darling. The skirt is so cute.

Brenda said...

I'm still getting over YOU being a GRANDMA! LOL! She could be your child! LOL! Where I come from they would call her a "hot ticket!" or a "little Chickie" in her get-up! hahah. She is smokin' in her skirt, nice work Gramma!
Oh wait. I always tell my sisters that God gave me a boy because he wanted to save a little girl from a lifetime of embarrassment! I am sooo into chickie poo clothes; oh yeah, that would have been bad, LOL!

MegJill said...

Can you be my grandma?! That skirt is adorable! I'm sure she will always remember how much fun she had playing at grandmas house.And grandma teaching her to sew!
Did you use a pattern?