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Baby Heirloom Gown
The gown also has 6 (horizontal) rows of tucking separated by one row of the French insertion lace. A skirt ruffle edged with narrow French edging lace is attached to the bottom of the skirt. The neckline is finished with Swiss entredeux and French lace edging.
Here are links to close-up views of the gown:
Thank you Diane for sharing your beautiful baby gown with us.
This gorgeous gown was lovingly made by Diane S. of Kirksville, MO. for her granddaughter's Christening in March 2004.
I love what Diane has done with the slip! Click on the links below the photo for close-ups of the slip. It is so pretty the way she added a touch of color to the slip with her embroidery!
You can use any high yoke baby gown baby to make a dress like this one.
A few pattern suggestions would be:
Christening Gown Book 1 by Ginger Snaps
Baby Gowns by Old Fashioned Baby
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