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  • Cute, cute, cute! Love that edging and I agree…the top would look darling with little MunkiMunki capris.

  • Kayyyyyyyyyyyyy! Welcome back! Hope some NYers will get to see you too sometime soon.

  • This is just adorable! And so so perfect with that munki munki (which is perhaps my favorite print of theirs–love it!!). So sweet–nice work, for anxiety knitting!

  • Kay! Welcome home! What are you doing tomorrow day/night or Friday day/night? Vicki’s (Knitorious) in town and we’re planning a yarn crawl. Please come! Even for five minutes!
    I know you’re probably crazy, but come anyway!

  • Love love love it! That fabric is SO cute!!

  • How darling! I love the ruffle and the length!

  • Oh, how adorable! The ruffle is precious… I have a little neice who may just *need* a dress like this!

  • So cute! I love the idea of it as a top with Munki Munki capris. Good luck with the book 🙂

  • Well I just love it and I can’t wait to see Cristina’s – wouldn’t a Jane Austen version look great for older taller girls? with matching bolero – and where’s your denim version? Have one and half sleeves to go on Emma’s gansey. Annhb.

  • Leuk, Mignon, Lindo, Nett… That top is cute in any language!!

  • Is there a pattern for this somewhere or is this adorable creation your design? Also how much fabric does it take and what yarn are you using? My DD is almost 3 and is totally into dresses right now (she won’t wear anything else in fact). She would LOVE something like this.

  • Very cute! I love the coordinating fabric, too.

  • Whoa! Paradigm shift. Munki Minki makes FABRIC? I need to clear off the cutting table.
    Welcome home, and happy solstice!

  • That top is soooo adorable! Another thing that is adorable is the buttonhole bag I finished today. Come and see!

  • I used to make nightdresses in a similar fashion – a cotton crocheted yoke with wide shoulder straps, and fabric attached to it. Used to be Libertys Tana Lawn, when I could get remnants in the sale….. Hadn’t thought of your idea for children – fascinating….

  • Fabby fabby top! I think I might copy you in a 6 month size… just the thing for using some of those juicy coloured balls of Handknit cotton I seem to have gathered!

  • Jill, what a great idea to make nightdresses! I’m going to try that! Annhb

  • As a renewed knitter after several years I am amazed at knitting something without a pattern but am determined to get there. I love the top you made – years ago. again without a pattern???

  • I’ve been inspired to use some of my fabric stash and to create something with that discontinued Cotton Ease I found! Double the pleasure!

  • Kay, that top is adorable! I know just the little girl who needs one. I second the request for info on the pattern. Is it your own? If not could you point me in the right direction? Of course, now I’ll also have to go find the Munki Munki fabric and make it my own…:)

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