Quilt Market Sewing

This month I had the honor and pleasure of sewing some adorable dress samples for Camelot Fabrics and their Mickey Mouse and Friends booth at Quilt Market.Salme Kimono - http://sewbittersweetdesigns.comThe first outfit I got to make was this adorable Kimono Style Romper.

Hummingbird Dress- http://blogsewbittersweetdesigns.comThis dress Anne wanted to keep! It is the Hummingbird Dress and is just lovely.

Sweet Comfy Romper - http://sewbittersweetdesigns.comThis is the Sweet Comfy Romper by Puperita. It is fully lined and completely adorable!

Teeny Tiny Tunic - http://sewbittersweetdesigns.comThis is the Teeny Tiny Tunic and is a free pattern from Camelot Fabrics. I wish this came in Anne’s size (heck! I wish it came in mine!). It is hands down my favorite outfit that I got to make.

Everything looked amazing in the booth, check out this great picture from quilt market:

Camelot Fabrics wrote a great blog post about the booth yesterday and you can read about it here and they have some fabulous new lines coming out that Anne and I really excited about. This new Mickey line, but also the new Disney Princess Collection. Can’t imagine why Anne is so excited 🙂

This was part of the reason for my silence during the month of October, I had to keep these projects under wraps until they were revealed at Quilt Market, but I hope you will agree with me that they were will worth the wait!

Have a happy Friday!

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5 Responses to Quilt Market Sewing

  1. Jo Ferguson says:

    The booth looks amazing and I adore the dresses.

  2. These are great!!! I don’t know that I could have kept the secret.

  3. Susan says:

    Definitely worth the wait! How adorable each one is, and I can see Anne in the red one and in the last one. Maybe this is where you learn to alter patterns? Or enlarge them, anyway? That is really cute.

  4. Barb N says:

    How fun to be a part of quilt market! Great projects. The closest I have come is to do the quilting on a quilt that was a raffle quilt for one of the fabric companies. I’d love to go one day.

  5. Melissa, these are so cute! I think I need to try to make that darling little Minnie dress for my new niece. <3 I've never sewn a dress before though. How difficult was the pattern?

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