24 February 2015

Geranium B Nani Iro

Probablemente mi patrón favorito a día de hoy :-) El Geranium siempre sienta bien y siendo un corte clásico viene con varias opciones de mangas y de falda como para poder darle diferentes looks. Hay una versión gratuita de la talla 0-3 meses, por si queréis aprovechar para algún regalito de recién nacido!
This is probably my fave pattern up to date :-) The Geranium always fit well and being a classical one, it has quite a few options in the sleeves and skirt to play around with the looks. There is a free 0-3 months, in case you might want to use it for a newborn gift.
Últimamente estoy bastante influenciada por libros y patrones japoneses. Líneas muy sencillas, el menor número de piezas posibles... y esta versión B del Geranium me pareció que tenía algo de toda aquella inspiración. En especial las mangas.
Lately I'm quite obsessed with Japanese style. Simple lines, very few pattern pieces... and this view B of the dress reminded me of all this inspiration. Especially the sleeves.
Sigo cumpliendo mi máxima de este año con las fotos!!! Cero estress y sobre todo aprovechar para ponerle el vestido y dejar que juegue mientras le saco las fotos. Nada de posturas para que el vestido salga perfecto. Y lo curioso es que funciona :)
I'm managing to continue with the "non stress mode" when taking the pictures! Yesss! So I just dress her and let her go and play. No posing with perfect attitudes to get the best pictures of the dress, I just let her be the main character. And it works. At least I'm happy with the result :)
La tela es una doble gasa de Nani Iro (Colorful Poncho), de nuevo comprada en Miss Matatabi. Así qué también tiene un toque japones en la tela. 
The fabric is a double gauze by Nani Iro (Colorful Poncho), bought once more @ Miss Matatabi. So it has another Japanese "touch" in the fabric.

La espalda va cerrada con botones. Para aprovechar el colorido del vestido decidí retomar la máquina de Kam Snaps (de Snapclic) y combinar los corchetes con los puntitos del vestido. Encontrais los snaps? :-)
The back  is closed with buttons. I wanted to play around with the colours of the fabric, so I went for some Kam Snaps again. Can you spot the snaps? :-)
Este va a ser uno de los vestido que más va a usar esta primavera!! Lo veo!
I'm sure this is going to be one of the top Spring dresses! I'm sure!

Bye bye!!
Fatima.

10 comments:

  1. Fatima, I love this fabric, I want some for myself... :-) and she looks great in that dress, I'm thinking about making one for this new baby but lately I've been so lazy... and heavy! ...

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    1. Ohhh, thank you! I understand you so well... especially with the "heavy" part hahaha! But you are nearly in the end! :-)

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  2. The fabric is gorgeous, the dress is adorable, and that cute face makes it all even better! Love the different coloured snaps detail!

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    1. Oh, thank you Diana! Nani Iro fabric is always a wise choice! :)

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  3. Love that neckline and the fabric is wonderful! We´re on a Japanese spree!

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  4. Love it! The Nano Iro fabrics are so beautiful. The pattern is adorable.

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  5. Precious dress - looks so cute on her!
    Love the use of the snaps - very clever :)

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