A little girl with autism is making her own fashion statement with her fashion choices, but it’s not always the most stylish choice.
Sarah Smith has autism and she loves dresses.
Sarah, 5, loves dressing up in clothes that make her look younger and less frail.
Sarah and her family have struggled to find clothes for Sarah to wear for many years.
They have tried to buy dresses and other pieces of clothing, but their shopping carts can’t keep up with the demand.
They tried buying designer clothing, like designer shoes, but the items they could afford to buy were far beyond what they could use for Sarah.
They also tried buying dressmaking materials, but Sarah is too shy to show her mother how to do it, she said.
So Sarah and her mom decided to try something new.
They bought their first sewing machine and began making her a custom dress that she now wears for school and for fun.
Sarah was excited to make her own custom dress, but she’s had trouble finding the right materials to sew the dress.
The sewing machine is so big, it took her a week to complete the dress, Sarah said.
She’s been sewing for four years and has learned a lot about sewing.
Sarah said the dress is made from recycled fabric, but not from old clothes that had been washed.
It was also a bit more expensive than the sewing machines that she had bought.
Sarah had to spend a lot of money to make the dress that is now hanging on her wall.
She also learned a new sewing technique to make a dress that would fit her child.
Sarah is the first child with autism to have a custom, handmade dress.
Her mother said Sarah’s special needs make her unique, so Sarah’s parents made sure Sarah could find the right fabric to make their own dress.
Sarah’s mother said that Sarah has an interest in sewing.
Her favorite thing is making clothing that is personalized and that’s something she’s always been interested in.
Sarah wants to make things that she can wear all day long, even if it’s just to the store, Sarah’s mother added.
Sarah has a lot to be proud of, she’s proud of the dress she’s made and proud of her parents and friends for their support, Sarah Smith said.
Sarah got her autism diagnosis about two years ago, but now she is taking her own personal journey to find her own style.
Sarah also has a special interest in learning to sew.
Sarah has also started sewing her own clothes, but her parents said she needs more help with that.
The family has found a sewing machine, but they don’t yet have the materials to make Sarah a custom design.
Sarah needs a lot more help to make an accurate custom dress.
She has a hard time learning to do this and she’s not learning how to use a sewing device, Sarah and Sarah’s mom said.
She said she’s looking forward to her first custom dress making class with her mom.
The custom dress she has made has the words “Hola” written in the back and has a heart pattern on the waist.
Sarah said that she would love to be able to make that custom dress for her son, she added.