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February 08, 2008

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Laurie

Gorgeous Mariposa Girlie!!!!!!!

Helena B

oh yay for Montessori, I am hoping to send my little one there when he's old enough! Have you checked out montessori by hand? blog and yahoo group, great stuff. PS the blog looks great!

Gail

I Love the butterfly! So fitting for her first day! I also adore making Gina simple applique tops :) I have to post my owl creation... she loves it! I still have to figure out how to add pics to my posts? So new to this whole blog thing LOL! Oh and congrats on getting in to Montessori! G has been on lists forever... no openings and she is 4 now :(. Oh well, what will you do with all of your new found time?

Marie

I love the butterfly applique shirt! The fabric choices for the butterfly really make it stand out and it looks so cute and girly!

I love the embroidered jeans too! Did you make those? And what are the things on the sides of the shirt?

Sandi Henderson

Oh I added some ruffle rac from Michael Miller on the sides! The pants are just from the store. :)

Sandi

Amii

Your little one will love Montessori. I put my 3 year old boy in Montessori last fall and he has thrived beyond belief. He's always been a tad of a nonchalant overachiever but they really let him "spread his wings" there. He'll probably stay in Montessori too for as long as I can keep him there since I don't believe in today's public school system...sad but true. I can't wait to get your fabric!

Amii

Your little one will love Montessori. I put my 3 year old boy in Montessori last fall and he has thrived beyond belief. He's always been a tad of a nonchalant overachiever but they really let him "spread his wings" there. He'll probably stay in Montessori too for as long as I can keep him there since I don't believe in today's public school system...sad but true. I can't wait to get your fabric!

Melissa

Cute top. I feel ya on our babies getting big! Hannah only goes to preschool 2x/wk, I don't know how I'd do with her gone 5x's. Luke misses her when she's gone too, but it's fun to focus on him and I feel good that he's getting extra attention that he doesn't get when she's home.

Marie

I don't know if it's just me or not, but I am unable to open the butterfly applique pattern, the pdf file is coming up blank.
Thanks!

Louise

Thanks for the pattern Sandi. My little Darcy started at Pre School this year - and I too used it as a great excuse for making some handmade goodness! I see a little mariposa shirt being modelled next week...

Sandi Henderson

This one takes a while to load up! It's a big file, try waiting a little bit longer for it to appear.

:)
Sandi

AJ

Gorgeous applique!

Lisa

Congrats on Montessori! I wanted to put Liv in there, but it was too expensive, it was 5000.00/year for 1/2 day Kindergarten, yikes! Love her outfit, she is spreading her wings now...

Lindsey Grice

What a cute shirt. I have my kids in Montessori, and we love it. We have a private one, and a public one. My kids go to the public one, because yeah..3 kids in private school is a little much. :)

Kim

They grow up WAY too fast, don't they? *sniff* And I love that she's eating toast and jam in the pics. It's a favorite at our house too. :)

Lizzie

My older three have all been in Montessori and Claire is currently in Montessori 2 days a week. It has been wonderful! In fact my 7 year old keeps asking me if he can go back and "work" in his old class.

I have never been more amazed than when I walk into the classroom and there are 12 3-6 year olds all working quietly. They are all busy with their own thing and nothing is crazy or chaotic. They love it and they learn a lot!

Lisa

Beautiful butterfly shirt. That is so adorable.

Pam

SWEET! They do grow up so quickly! What a perfect little t-shirt as she starts to use those wings. :-)

Freda's Hive

I am going to make a "bow" tumbler baby quilt out of Ginger Blossom when I can get my hands on it. I posted a baby quilt and I'll use that same idea for the baby Ginger Blossom quilt. I just think its got enough versatility in color and pattern that it will look really cute made up in this design.

It will be fun.

Kim McBirnie

Isn't she beautiful? I sympathise with you, when both of mine went to nursery I found it a real wrench- almost as if they had grown and flown the nest. I did have to fight myself, as my instinct was to say no, you are staying at home with me as long as possible. But with retrospect I can see how strong and independant they have both become because they have their own little worlds outside the home. You are giving your daughter strength - and for that, and your heartache, you deserve chocolate! (And lots of it) From a practical note, I read years ago how strong it makes their immune system, mixing with other children like this. So well done you!

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