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Tea Time Rose Pink Floral Toddler Dress – One of a Kind

This darling little dress starts with this gorgeous designer fabric …. a creamy back ground is sprinkled with the most beautiful rose print in shades of scrumptious pinks and sage green leaves. The wide shoulder straps have been shirred and the edges done in a finishing stitch. The top of the dress has also been shirred. I’ve added a double rose flower at the neckline that is removable for embellishment. The hemline was all hand stitched. This is so beautiful and I tried so hard to show its beauty in the photo’s, but it is so much prettier than it shows. We also have a darling Tea Jacket that coordinates beautifully with this dress that was made using this same fabric and a vintage pillowcase. It’s a real beauty. (Jacket is sold separately.) When the jacket is worn with this dress, the little rose flower peeks through just below the buttons on the front of the jacket. It’s so cute! You will just love this on your little one or, this would be a beautiful gift for some special little girl.


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  1. stsimon | | #1

    It's a lovely dress. Can you tell us who makes the fabric?

  2. sewtherapeutic | | #2

    That beautiful little jacket brings back such sweet memories of my grandmother, She had jackets like that called "mananitas" for when she needed to receive someone (such as the Dr.)and she was in bed. Instead of reaching for a full length robe women wore short "morning" jackets such as that for modesty sake.
    My grandmother came from the era of heirloom and fine french laces and let me tell you she had a weakness for beautiful lingerie and fine Swiss linen hankies.
    She embroidered like an angel. I wish i still had my layette so you could enjoy the heavenly embroidery, the tee tiny mother of pearl buttons and button holes.
    BTW I am 58 :-D

  3. seamstress_irene | | #3

    This Tea Time Toddle Dress will make a little girl into a princess, no matter where she wears it. It appears ever so delicate for a Flower Girl and yet ever so fun for a Birthday Party. How sweet. I still have Grand-nieces who would love to be a princess in this lovely fashion. Thanks for the inspiration.

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    Sewista | | #4

    This is a sweet little dress. I am wondering however if it is OK to sell your garments from the Reader's Closet, albeit by inference. I know everyone loves to see them but I have noticed lately there are readers clearly using the board to move their product. I am not saying this is right or wrong. I am saying that on other boards I frequent this is definitely not allowed and am just wondering what Taunton's take is on it. It might be a good idea to get their opinion out in the open.

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    holycowllin | | #5

    The dress is lovely- I like the pattern- I would love to know how to obtain the pattern- as this is a sewing site and I'd like to make it as well-
    As you are selling it- does it mean that you will hold the pattern hostage??

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