I should probably be sewing instead of blogging about it... so I'll make it short.
I'm using the Glitz line by Michael Miller (and I know I'm not the only one) for my girls' dresses.
Not only are they each getting a dress, but the plan is for each of them to have a lavender coat with blush pink lining as well. I'm using a vintage pattern that has really been a pleasure to sew. I even did the interfacing as it instructed out of reverence to the awesomeness of vintage.
I'm 3/4 of the way done with my own dress for Easter as well. I cut into my prized Amy Butler challis and only had scraps left over after very imaginative cutting. I'm using an OOP Simplicity pattern with a great yoke detail on the front that I'm afraid I wasted by not adding some piping or using a contrast fabric. Oh well.
Already completed for my girls are some t-shirts that are a collaboration between me and my dear friend Gifton Gammon, who is also the graphic designer for all things Molly Blossom (my pattern company). I had an idea to combine bunnies and Christ's ressurection and she made it happen with a happenin' design. I printed a yard of these vingettes on Spoonflower and made shirts available for sale as well.
The shirts are all winging their way to their new homes now, but I think I'll offer them again next year. I just love the meaning behind this super-cute design.
Alright, back to sewing, or my visions for Easter dress perfection won't be realized.