That's what we call her.
I told her I could of put a trash bag on her and she still would of figured out how to make it look fashion in some way ha. But instead I put a pillowcase on her on she pulled it off:) She loved her dress!!! whew!
I had a vision of what I wanted her to wear to her violin competition on Saturday. Yes, I lose sleep over little things like this...It's like I have a disease where I think of unimportant things and lose sleep over them. I guess because my mind is so busy during the day. At night is when it's winding down thinking of things. I do get some great ideas, if I could only remember them in the morning.
I wanted her to wear a black dress with big music note bows on her shoulders.
This is how it turned out!
Because she was competing in a group, I wanted them all to match so I offered to make all the girls dresses.(please remind me I don't have time for this next time.)
I'm not sure if their mom's thought I was weird when I showed up with pillowcases. But hey, I thought they looked cute!
I thought that I would be able to whip 3 dresses up in a few hours. (mind you I don't sew) but they looked so easy. I just assumed I could. They ended up taking longer than I thought and leave it to me to wait until the last minute. Thank God for my grandma and faith's help. My grandma stayed up till 1am with me sewing them. Thank you grandma!!!
The girls played in a trio quartet (I think that's what it's called) Each girl played a different piece of music and together it sounded beautiful and of course the dresses helped with their score. You got to look the part right?
They got 3rd place in the Chamber competition. Way to go girls!!
Faith wore her dress the other day as a shirt with jeans under and took the music bows out and put pink bows in for a casual look. Every girl needs a little black < Pillowcase dress >
I found some really cute vintage pillowcases so I am going to try and make
Farrah and Finley some pillowcase dresses out of them.
Let's hope I don't have to call grandma over again.