Once Adelaide was done, time to move onto Ezra's shirts. And really, I don't want to actually make shirts, but I'm more than happy to 'embellish' thrifted tees. Ezra and I flipped through Sublime Stitching, where he picked out the swan and the guitar for his shirts. (I used tear away stabilizer sheets to keep the tee from stretching.)
It's such a treat to watch Ezra eat -he, um, loves food, and is not shy about enjoying it. That also means that every shirt that he has is covered in stains. I'm hardly picky about what my kids wear (are you kidding me?), but there's a point at which I know it's ridiculous.
That point is when I start covering it up. I used bits of fabric, with heat n bond, and sewed them onto the shirts. The circus 'pocket' is from a pair of overalls that all three babes wore - I love that print sooo much.
Next up on the fall/winter wardrobe needs: Calvin's pants. Phew. Getting there.