All of the photographs on this page are from the article on pages 16 – 21.
This sweet white dress is made out of Swiss batiste using the Sailor Dress pattern #106. The dress is trimmed with a French lace ruffle at the neck and embellished with hand embroidery.
The blue batiste bubble is made using Pleated Bubble #102. The round collar is trimmed with purchased tatting and features a bullion bunny. Directions for the bunny can be found in the “Heirloom Embroidery Book”.
Pleated Daygown pattern #119 is used to make this classic daygown. The daygown is made from white Swiss batiste and is trimmed with French lace. The shadow embroidery is from Martha Pullen’s “Shadow Embroidery the Easy Way” book.
Maize pique’ gives the Smocked Romper pattern #114 a fun summer look. The romper is smocked with an original design and a hand embroidered running stitch sets off the white collar.
The shadow embroidered whale on the collar of the Toddler Romper pattern #113 is the center of attention. The romper is made from blue and yellow stripe cotton and the embroidery design can be found in the “Heirloom Embroidery Book”.
This elegant gown is made from the Tucked Infant Gown pattern #108. Peach cotton lawn and ivory lace were used to give it a unique look. The embroidery design can be found in the pull out section of the magazine.
The Bubble/Dress Overlay pattern #104, along with Swiss embroidery and white Verona gives this simple dress a classic look.
Hand embroidery, pink cotton lawn and white lace are used for the sweet bubble, also made from the Bubble/Dress Overlay pattern #104.