A Daffodilly Day

Pleated

It has been a while since I made a pleated Pinafore…

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Pinafore

…but Floradora was very pleased with it!

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Daffodil hat

She collected her hat…

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walk

…and trotted out to the garden.

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Sweet

Floradora adored the two daffodils in this windowsill pot…

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Golden

…and this golden cluster…

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Daffodil girl

…what a lovely daffodilly day!

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11 thoughts on “A Daffodilly Day

  1. Such a lovely color for a pinafore. The yellow hat is awfully pretty also. You could easily get lost among the daffodils looking so much like one yourself.

  2. So, so pretty is Floradora. Aren’t those yellows in your photos so utterly enthralling? It’s hard to stop looking at the life they exude.

    • I’m so glad you think Floradora is pretty…this is her first ever spring as a doll, and she is truly enthralled! Sometimes I wonder if she has any memory of being a tree, if her little xylems and phloems quiver with longing to be out in the balmy air of spring.

    • Floradora is so happy that you think she looks like a daffodil, she couldn’t help herself when she got her pinafore and bonnet all buttoned and tied in place – she trotted straight out to the garden and made herself a friend of the host of mini daffodils!

  3. As always your pinny is wonderful and that hat!! I am in love with the hat. The style of it, the shape, the decoration! Perfection.

    • We had a hankering to make a pinafore not using a hanky for once! It was fun to dig around in the scrap bag to find a daffodil stem fabric, and we were extra glad to find the untrimmed yellow bonnet to pretty-up! Floradora is a happy girl!

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