For day two I’m super excited to show you an Elouise using AGF flannel.

Let me just tell you the AGF flannel collection is everything I never knew I was missing in my life. This flannel is top notch. No piling during washing, keeps it’s shape beautifully, and is incredibly soft. Trust me, go get yourself some for a luxurious Christmas sew.

Now onto the Elouise I sewed up. I used an AGF woven for the bodice and top asymmetrical skirt and accented the underskirt with a cozy flannel. I kept the back simple and used the knot ties so the gorgeous cutout shape would be visible. The sleeves are 3/4 length to show off those adorable, chubby, little toddler wrists that are disappearing way to quickly for my momma heart.

Go grab Elouise now while it is on sale. That sweetheart neckline makes it a must have for the upcoming Valentine holiday also.

To Achieve This Look:

Every month I meet with some fellow ladies from my church for a craft night. Last month we gathered to create jarred gifts like hot cocoa, soup, and sugar scrubs. It was so much fun and a great way to make a handmade gift for the holiday. The Christmas Potpourri print I used for the Elouise had me dreaming up an orange spice sugar scrub and I found one! Let me know if you end up making this. I’m going to try this recipe and a sugar cookie version for my girls.

Also, if you look closely at that adorable Christmas Potpourri print you’ll notice some little Christmas candies. I found a super easy MICROWAVABLE caramel recipe that I can’t wait to make. I always host a cookie exchange and these will be perfect little parceled treats to hand out. I mean, who doesn’t love a chewy handmade caramel candy?!

Happy Christmas sewing,
Chauncey Williams