Wednesday, August 10, 2016


I am finally back in the blogosphere!  I can't believe how much time has gone by since my last post.  I have, however, continued to pursue sewing and I recently launched a line of little girls clothing.  As a child my dad called me Susie Macaroni, so SUSIE MACARONI  seemed the perfect name for my line.
The styles are all simple with a little bit of nostalgia from the swinging sixties and the hippie seventies.  The fabrics are all linen, cotton, wool and vintage.  
They are currently in a new shop in Multnomah Village called the Multnomah Marketplace located at 7642 SW Capitol Highway.  Of course, they are also available directly through me.  Take a look at what I've been up to!  
Oh!  And in case your wondering, the cute model is my adorable granddaughter Emily and the mannequins were made by Phil--  
My photography leaves a little to be desired, hopefully in the future I will have more professional photos.

I would love to hear your comments! 
Thanks for reading!!

This cute little flutter top is made from Pendleton cotton and the cropped pants from a lightweight cotton.
Flutter Top/Cropped Pants

Simple jumper dress that can be worn with a t-shirt underneath or as a sundress--yoke made from vintage appliqued dish towels--
Vintage towel/Denim Dress
Denim Dress with Saddle Shoes

A little Blast from the seventies, the Peasant Top.  The yoke is made from vintage dish towels appliqued with these adorable birds--so cute!

Vintage applique towel/cotton Top   
And for Halloween--How about a Little Red Riding Hood costume?  It's  roomy enough to have something warm underneath if the weather should turn chilly!

Back Red Riding Hood Costume
Red Riding Hood Costume
Red Riding Hood Costume Dress

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