Friday, 20 April 2007


I just finished off a batch of girl's tops, which will going on to the all-new Lark website when it is launched next month.

They are based on a sewing pattern my mum actually used to make for me, which I would wear with a polo neck or skivvy in winter. I have used up lots of my vintage fabric stash for the tops - the design seeems to work well with everything from 1950s roses to this 70's Holly Hobbie print.

5 comments:

Violet & Rose said...

I'm sure you went into my wardrobe from 30 years ago and took that straight out! Great stuff.

AnastasiaC said...

love Holly Hobbie - I have a few Holly Hobbie plates and books!

Calamity Tat said...

Great stuff A.. can't wait to see the new look website for real, quelle excitment!!

Donna said...

Beautiful beautiful top. I want one for my little girl. You are such a creative girl Allison and I always like EVERYTHING you make. Tanya sent a little skirt for Lizzy that you made. She pranced around in it proudly with her tummy stuck out as only a 2 year old does :-)

Meet Me at Mikes said...

Ohh... so divine.. i ADORE holly hobbie and had her all over my room when I was a little gal.. can you please put us on your list for some lovely little girls things! You are clever! xx pip