My second granddaughter, Aberdeen, recently turned one year old. She lives several states away, and I see her far less frequently than I desire. I haven't even been able to buy lots of pretty clothes for her because an extremely generous friend who has two exquisitely dressed daughters has shared everything a girl could want to have in her closet. Aberdeen, truly, is the best-dressed one-year-old I know.
Recently I put together this wall hanging for her bedroom. I used a pattern called Sunday Best that I got from Cottonseed Glory quilt shop in Annapolis back when Caroline was a baby. Each dress is made from a different Liberty of London print and even the sashing and cornerstones are Liberty.
I hope to get this quilted and bound before I see Miss A on the Fourth of July.
Pardon me if I brag: My granddaughter has a dozen different dresses made from Liberty of London fabric! Talk about best-dressed . . . .