children, sewing

Spring into 2023 with Liberty of London {for FabricMart}

I’m excited to be a FabricMart Fabricista again this year, and I couldn’t resist sewing a second project with Liberty of London Tana Lawn! This fabric is so luxurious and wonderful to work with, I just can’t pass it up whenever I see it come on sale! With such a high thread count, Liberty of London doesn’t easily crush, and although it’s 100% cotton, it’s so flowy that it’s perfect for billowy dresses, blouses, and skirts.

With my $50 budget this month, I purchased 2 yards of Tana Lawn and made a Peony Patterns Rosemary Dress with inseam pockets for my youngest daughter. I had plenty leftover for a skirt for my eldest, so I whipped up the FREE Peony Patterns Apple Berry Skirt for her. Since she needed a top to go with it, I raided my stash for some additional fabric, and found a lovely eggshell Fabric Mart Rayon Lycra hidden away (pattern used: FREE Peony Patterns Apple Berry Tee, hacked with long sleeves).

If you’re new to Fabric Mart, you can get $10 off your first Fabric Mart order of $75 by using my referral link!

Swing by the FabricMart Fabricista blog to check out the rest of the details and photos from this project!

Incidentally, if you’re interested in location details, I took these at the Stone House, which is part of the Manassas Battlefield National Park in Northern Virginia. The building has had various lives, but most notably, was a hospital during the civil war. If you have kids, they can earn a Jr Ranger Badge at this park!

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