Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Cowgal Romily


Home from work sick today. Blergh, blergh, blergh. In between bouts of nausea, sore throat and headache, I managed to get some more work done on Romily's coat and got it finished. I love it - so does she! It is a bit too big, so it will be perfect for next winter, although it may get an outing or two this winter since I think she looks so cute in it.

I still have the hat to make, but thought I'd post a photo of the most gorgeous little cowgal in my life.


The pattern is McCalls #M4961 in size XS for anyone who wants to know!

9 comments:

anne bebbington said...

What a poser in front of that mirror - she really made me smile - love the coat too - well done Lily

joyce said...

The coat is soooo cute. Love the red buttons and piping on the collar and cuffs. I think Romily loves it too. It may get more outings thna you think.

Pieces From Me said...

Oh that is adorable! She looks like she stepped out of a magazine ad. Was the collar as difficult as you thought? The piping looks difficult. It makes me think of Charlotte's comment "I am glad I have a Mommy that sews."

Doodlebug Gail said...

OMG - how CUTE!!! The 2nd photo is adorable - you have one beautiful little girl and she obviously is really happy that Mommy can sew. Don't forget to show us what the hat looks like.

Jenni @ Fairybread said...

That's a very cool coat, and Romy looks lovely in it. She obviously loves it. Hope you are feeling better soon.

Pieces From Me said...

Lily, I tagged you for a 7 random things meme. If you have done it already, I am sorry. Go to my blog for the rules if you want to play. Bren

Jan said...

How adorable!
(And that shot by the mirror...she's a natural model!!! lol)

Sarah said...

Oh that is so cute as is the little model. Great work Lily

Duyvken said...

awesome Lily!! You might just make me think I can sew clothes! That would be quite a feat for me. though, the shorts I made in yr 8 textiles and design had two backs intead of a back and a front - not good! You did a great job!