So, without further procrastination here is the first of several post to share what has been made.
This past spring I had the opportunity to meet Amy Sinibaldi. She and her family had recently relocated to Virginia and I had reached out to welcome them because I know what it's like to move across country and begin the process of getting settled in a new community. I was honored when she asked me to sew up a couple of knit garments for her Quilt Market booth. Amy created Art Gallery's first holiday line, which you can see more of in the Little Town Lookbook.
Since I was working with knits and I knew it was a holiday inspired line, I looked for patterns that I could imagine a my daughter wearing while opening Christmas presents. I found a pattern for some super simple leggings on SheCanSew.com. The pink pair are a size 4 and with only one pattern piece they were a breeze to put to. The blue pair with the cute little faces are a size 2 that had to be shortened a bit due to limited fabric, so I added ribbed knit cuffs for a bit of detail.
This top is made from the a tutorial that Jess of Craftiness is Not Optional did several years ago. It's the Scrunch Top. It's super cute and looks totally comfortable, I might need to figure out how to make it adult sized. I love the cuff detail and the shirring at the waist.
I'm not sure how I found this cute peplum top but it is also a free pattern that can be found on Sewmuchado.com. I made a 12-18 month size which is a free pattern but Abby the patterns designer does have some adorable paid patterns including a similar peplum in larger sizes.