Old Fashioned Nightgowns for my Girls

posted in: Blog, Hearth & Health, In the Sewing Room | 11

My younger girls have long been begging me to purchase a long nightie for them.  However they are impossible to find in the stores unless I was willing to pay $100+ online.

I bought a very pretty Sheridan doona cover from the op-shop and with the aid of this peasant dress tutorial and these shiring tutorials, I have some very happy girls:)

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11 Responses

  1. They're lovely Erin, but where are their night caps?

    Missy

  2. Erin,

    I absolutely love them.
    They are adorable. B would love them

  3. Gorgeous – well done!

    LOL @ the nightcaps Missy

  4. Missy
    I've still got some material, and I thought they look like they really need nightcaps too. Wouldn't be at all hard to do.

    Leanne
    A new project for B to do? Do they look Middle Agey do you think? Tie in with your studies.

    Thanks Narelle:) I'm now wondering about trying another style.

  5. they look great Erin. Well done.

  6. Beautiful, Erin! 🙂

  7. Thanks Theresa:)

    Elise, I thought of you when I finished, they look so Victorian.

  8. I would love them!
    the girls look beautiful

  9. Adorable!!! I need to get a matching set for my girls (and me!)

  10. Wonderful nightgowns! My girls will like them as well! Just came across you blog looking for such a pattern, but looks like we may have much in common – though we are oceans apart!
    Hope you have a great day!
    keri

  11. Keri
    Welcome:) we do have much in common:) I have a feeling we have 'meet' before. anyhow adding you to my reader:)

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