I saw this field coat at J.Crew and it seems just about perfect for cold, rainy Portland days. Also, do you guys set your table with Christmas crackers? They are my favorite! I can't wait for Tuesday! More posts from Babble, below.
I am loving all the vintage pennants over at Kim's shop! It would be so cute to display one for a birthday party or just as a decoration in a bedroom or living room. By the way, if you live in Portland, Ethanollie has a store front at Maven now. I've been there and it's quite lovely.
Have you ever considered embroidering a piece of clothing? Hannah made this cute little jumper and embroidered little pine trees all over it for the holidays! Isn't it adorable?
Download the full instructions (beautifully illustrated by Annemarie of Scout's Honor Co.) right here. It's really pretty simple. Just find a plain piece of clothing and add your personal touch with these little pine trees, using our free pattern. Hannah used Quince's Tern yarn in Sea Grass.
Hannah added the trees around the edge of the bodice and all over the skirt. You could add the pine trees just to a hem or collar, or all over the fabric. Embroidering an entire piece of clothing takes a little longer of course!
It's the perfect dress to wear for the holidays or all winter long for that matter!
We paired the dress with a thrifted Swiss dot blouse, Rachel Comey shoes, and dotted tights. Thank you to Lisa Warninger for the gorgeous photography!
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