A realization HIT ME: that I have made much more than I ever blogged about.
Like my apron, up cycled from a giant Hawaiian shirt! And a patch from Stay Wild Magazine.
Here is a montage of fun clothes I have made. I hope you enjoy checking them out!!
Rowan tee, turned dress again. I make other clothes too, but obviously this pattern is a staple. The pattern is supposed to be all knit, but I used some slinky satin-type shiny pink fun material. As a result, I had to modify the way the hood attaches so it would still stretch a little. No biggie!
Some fun up cycled pants I based on the Blank Slate Patterns tuxedo pants but skimmed the pattern down to NOT include fly, fancy strip, etc. I also modified the waistband to follow Rabbit Rabbit Creations style waistband.
Knight Hoodie by Charming Doodle. Rainbow style in fleece. The fleece made this a super quick project even with all the extras. This pattern comes in two versions, tween and adult, and kid size.
So, this is my family, and a beloved friend! We are at a costume party, where metal was the theme. It was so fun. All the clothes are handmade. Pink princess dress made by Grandma from a paper pattern. Little grey dress another Junebug. Boys knight suits, a modified shirt from Sewing For Boys book. My shirt, the Novelista by Blank Slate Patterns.
Some of the last diapers I made. I used Cloth Revolution by TUTU Mafia’s free pattern. Recommended HIGHLY! I made tons. Also a suggestion: make way more mediums than tiny. Kids grow SO FAST!
This guy!! He’s sporting a Blank Slate Patterns Basic Blazer. Corduroy of course. I’ve made a TON of these.
Another Rowan tee by Titchy Threads. I know….
Whewie! You made it!
Go back to your busy lives!
And thank you so much for stopping by!