I made a cottagecore linen-cotton blend pinafore dress to wear during hot summer days. A linen peasant top and a scarf finishes the look.
I made my daughter S and her friend E matching Hazel pinafores using the pattern by Violette Field Threads. This is a skirt pattern with lots of options to add a pinafore, an apron or different decorations in the form of ruffles and bows.
A relative of ours graduated on Saturday and we went to congratulate her for getting her degree. S had one of her new Miranda dresses on with a white bolero, since the morning at home was slightly chilly. In the picture S has just spotted a squirrel at our front yard. When we arrived at the place of celebration some 250 km North the sun was shining and it was very warm. We left out the bolero and put a white pinafore with the dress. I had made the pinafore using the bodice from the Miranda dress as a starting pattern and added the apron parts and some little ties…
Here is a better picture of the bloomers that were only peeking under the dress in the previous post. Sorry about the wrinkles… the bloomers and the dress were tested today at the spring celebration in the S’s daycare center! Over the blouse S wears a pinafore inspired by Olabelhe Cecily that I made. I did not buy the pattern in question but modified another Olabelbe pattern, Hannah’s nightgown, to make something very similar.