Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Texture Magic Tuesday/ Heirloom Baby Ensemble

Make an heirloom outfit for a special baby in your life using today’s modern techniques.
Achieve the look of hand smocking in a fraction of the time by using Texture Magic™!

Heirloom Baby Ensemble by Annie Unrein
Pattern includes complete, step-by-step instructions for texturizing fabric as well as assembling gown with self-lined bodice and border trim, bonnet, and slippers.

Sized to fit infants, newborn to six months.

Beaded lace trims, beads, and ribbons make beautiful, but easy embellishments

Texture Magic works well with all fabrics, including silk.
All three pieces can be made using 1 yard package of Texture Magic.

Your precious little one will look like an angel in this beautiful gown, bonnet, and slippers.
Heirloom Baby Ensemble can be ordered on our web site.

5 comments:

  1. Beautiful! It's almost as if there was smocking decorating those areas.

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  2. So is the stitching that she did in the directions?? I was curious if the stitching was done in crosshatching??

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  3. An heirloom treasure for certain. Beautiful and serene.

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