Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Sewing for summer-3

Hello friends, I am back with another pink in sewing for summer series...

 the peasant top




I was looking this, for a long time. when I found a tutorial, I couldn't wait to make one. It just took half an hour to finish it. My daughter is also comfortable with it. Since I am making this for the  first time, I didn't try any variations.




Some eye candies....










clicked during the last visit to my mom's home.
 Hope you enjoy it!

The link to the peasant top tutorial is here. Thank you for the comments and support. The next post describes something to do with scraps, keep watching.

I am linking this to the parities here





20 comments:

  1. She looks so cool! Peasant blouses are so much fun to both sew and wear aren't they?

    BTW nice header for the blog.

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  2. Your daughter looks lovely in her pretty pink peasant blouse! What is that green melon-type fruit on that tree with the little bumps on it? What does it taste like? I love hibiscus flowers - I wish I could grow pineapple here since I love them so much!

    Have a lovely day and thanks for visiting me :-)

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  3. Beautiful top and even more beautiful model. Good stuff, thank you for sharing!

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  4. Peasant tops are so feminine on little girls. Your daughter is beautiful, and I can see has lots of personality too.

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  5. Lovely dress Thendral.Your daughter looks great in this dress.Lucky to have a mom like you:)I am planning to stitch one for my grand daughter.

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  6. I love peasant tops and dresses! They are great to sew and my daughter LOVES to wear them too!

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  7. What a lovely summer top and your daughter looks so precious in it!
    Have a great finish to the week and tell your daughter she is a very beautiful model!
    Tina xo

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  9. cool top. uttara got excited on seeing jackfruit and pineapple. she saw directly only when we went to munnar this vacation. but when she saw kavin touching and standing so closer, got excited to know that it was shot at ur house.
    very nice pics

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  10. Simple but stunning. Love the top. The garden is heavenly

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  11. It came out so great! Thanks for linking this up to our blog party.

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  12. Your daughter is so beautiful! And, lovely captures of tropical flowers and fruit.

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  13. wow...lovely top...little model is has become a professional to show off moma's sewing...

    i miss eating jackfruit...looks lovely

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  14. So pretty! You could make one of those for every day of the week!

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  15. thanks for ur comments thendral

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    ~Shana

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  17. This is too cute!!!! Thank you for sharing!

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  18. That is the one I wanted actually:-). I am looking for that flower too.
    It is beautiful, and smell is greater than the one in my garden!

    Another one Sampanghi, small flowers with a green and orange tinge. I am looking for that too!

    Thanks Thendral.The Hibiscus is also very cool.

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