Or ten. Something like that. ;)
To say that I've used this pattern to death is an understatement. It's definitely worth it's weight in gold. I sewed up a bunch of them in assemble line style and it was really fun. Some of them turned out well and some of them were a little sloppy, but I liked the results either way.
This one was my personal fave. With my personal favorite little Sophia in it.
I sewed all the geraniums in all sorts of sizes. That's what I love about this pattern. It ranges from size newborn and beyond. Most dresses seem to start at 12m, so this pattern is definitely useful for new babies.
When I put the chevron emerald green combo together, I was like, man I like this color combo. Why do I love this combo? And I looked at my phone cover and realized it's the exact same combination. Gray and white chevron with emerald green accents. So now Sophia matches my phone. We're cool like that...
I sewed this one in 0-3 and pleated the bottom a little because I didn't have enough of the material that the pattern called for originally.
And I've been saving these little gold heart buttons for like five years. No joke. They needed to go somewhere special. Am I the only one who has button hoarding issues? Anyone?!?
I'm not showing her in all of the geraniums that I made because it would kinda be overload and I gave quite a few of them away. It's not new news or anything, but I just wanted to say that I think the Geranium pattern is worth its weight in gold if you're looking for a good pattern. You'll just have to take my word for it, or go sew it for yourself and you'll see! ;)