a pocket full of hearts


Just in time for Valentine's Day!  I had sewn two skirts from MADE's market skirt tutorial back in August as part of my other daughter's first birthday.  I made a blue market skirt for my one year old and this red one was for my 3 year old.  But it sat without pockets in my to-finish pile until yesterday! 

It's great enough that her favorite color is red, but then since Valentine's Day is just around the corner, why not?!  Any Valentine's clothes I buy for my girls gets worn all year long, so hopefully this one's a keeper.  I think the red and white tiny heart fabric is one of my favorites (and it's from Hobby Lobby - nice).

And what pre-schooler doesn't love pockets?  Especially designed for hiding bouncy balls from your little sister.


  1. I love your blog header. This is such a cute blog. I'll have to become a follower.

    Way cute!

  2. OH MY GOSH. Anna, I love this!!!
    And how stinking cute is your daughter?
    Okay, one of my favorite photos in the flickr group right now.

  3. I think I need a version of that shirt and skirt for a boy! too cute!!!

  4. The skirt and your little girl and these photos are all seriously cute :)

  5. This looks so great! And how sweet of her to model for you. Red is definitely her color!

  6. Oh, I just love this! I'll have to make one of these for Hannah. Just wanted to pop over and say thank you for such a great tutorial on the zippy wallet. I made one as a thank you gift for my daycare provider, who requested one in polkadots. It turned out amazing. Thank you again!

  7. This is style/joy/cuteness/: ) all in one! I have some of this fabric in blue and white stripe - now I just need a little girl!


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