The best part about her designs is that they are sold online. Each design can me purchased in 3 different sizes. You can buy them at Modern Yardage here: http://www.modernyardage.com/shop/category/shop-by-category/mary-jencks-by-emilie-daly/
I used these fabrics:
My baby's dress was from an old pattern my mom had from her aunt. Although the style in the 60's was to hem it up about 3 inches higher, I wanted it longer and only did a small hem.
I love the detailing of the small buttons and the pockets. I measured a headband from Gymboree that we have to make this copy. I am going to make a tutorial for how to make it soon. It is super cute!
My second daughter chose a super cute pattern with a bubble skirt and a tie around the waste. However, the top was super small and had ties around the neck so I took another old pattern from my aunt for the top and sleeves. She was the first one to choose the colors of her dress when I got the fabric. I love what she chose. I think the dress looks great just how she picked it.
I also learned that she is really photogenic. She is a goofball when taking photos, but so many of her photos turned out so good.
My oldest daughter picked a pattern with a pieced together skirt. It was actually a lot or work to get the skirt all put together, but it turned out really cute. The top in the pattern didn't have sleeves, but I just used the same sleeves from the other pattern to add sleeves to this dress. We also found the perfect ric-rac for the detailing and the buttons on the back at JoAnn's Fabric Store.