Sewing Pattern Blog Tour ~ Christie from A Lemon Squeezy Home

Today is the second stop on, The Cottage Mama Sewing Patterns blog tour and we are heading over to Christie’s darling blog, A Lemon Squeezy Home, for her take on the ‘Shortcake Reversible Romper and Dress’ pattern.

Christie has two boys and one little lady.  She has great project ideas for little boys and girls and writes with such a positive, uplifting spirit.  Christie is doing a wonderful photography series right now, so if you’ve ever wanted to improve your skills, you must check it out!  Here is Christie’s darling little lady modeling her version of the ‘Shortcake Reversible Romper and Dress’ pattern:

 
Christie said the photo shoot was a little hairy, but I think her daughter looks absolutely adorable!  I love the idea that the romper can transition from warmer weather into colder weather with a long sleeved tee, tights and boots.  Head over to A Lemon Squeezy Home to see more pictures of her adorable little girl modeling the ‘Shortcake Reversible Romper and Dress’ pattern and enter for a chance to win your very own copy of this pattern!

Today Christie is giving away two copies of the ‘Shortcake Reversible Romper and Dress’ pattern!
Click HERE to visit A Lemon Squeezy Home and enter to win!

To check out more stops on the sewing pattern tour, see the schedule below…….

The Cottage Mama Sewing Patterns ~ Blog Tour Schedule:

November 8thThe Cottage Home
November 9 thCraftiness is not Optional
November 10thA Lemon Squeezy Home
November 11thNo Big Dill
November 12thKojo Designs
November 14thAesthetic Nest
November 15thGirl.Inspired
November 16thNoodlehead
November 17thThe Cottage Home

Patterns can be purchased here on the blog (in the right side-bar) or through my etsy shop, The Cottage MamaPatterns are also available for wholesale purchase.  Please email Lindsay at thecottagemama[at]gmail[dot]com for wholesale order minimums and additional pricing information. 
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One Comment

  1. You’re sweet, Lindsay. Thanks for the kind words and letting me try out your amazing pattern!