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As we come to the season of giving, I thought about mommy and me looks that can be given as gifts as well. (think last minute stocking stuffers.) Things that are able to be made quickly so we can enjoy the time spent with our family.
What makes an outfit come together? Scarves!! So I am going to show you two different scarves that are great combined. Mommy version I used THE MADELINE SCARF (join the Facebook group to find the tutorial) from Petite Stitchery & CO, and Child’s version THE TINSEL SCARF from Phat Quarters. Also if you join the Facebook Groups here and here, there will be codes usually in the pinned post to get them for free. While your there checkout what each company has in store.
*Our shirts that we are wearing is Rory from Petite Stitchery. I hacked the skirt on mine to be a high-low, with the high at the hip. This shirt is so comfortable. For my girls I also used Rory and did some math, printed at 68% for about a size 2. Cutting on the smallest size. (on bodice removed 2″ for length after printing) Around the shoulders added a ruffle OMG to cute!
To start off, here is The Madeline, a blanket, scarf from petite stitchery such a quick sew. You can fray the edges while you are baking and the stuff is in the oven or sitting watching some t.v.
Now were going to talk Tinsel, its so cute that you can add some details, or leave it plain. So many possibilities this one pattern can give.
My flannel and trimmings was purchased at JoAnn Fabric Stores.
Our shirts that we are wearing is Rory from Petite Stitchery.
From the pattern listing: The Rory Dress and Peplum is a sassy and fun dress and top with a turtleneck, perfect for all seasons with the option of long-sleeves, elbow sleeves, or sleeveless. Intended for structured knits such as liverpool, ponte, and cotton lycra; this pattern can also be used with a variety of knits including brushed poly and even some sweater knits!
I hacked the skirt on mine to be a high-low, with the high at the hip. This shirt is so comfortable. Will be a staple all year long with the different sleeve lengths.
For my girls I also used Rory and did some math, printed at 68% cut the xs for about a size 2. (on bodice removed 2″ for length after printing) around the shoulders added a ruffle OMG to cute!
I hope you have a blessed and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I know I’m looking forward to what 2018 had in store.
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- December 8th: Stitched by Jennie
- December 9th: Petite Stitchery & Co
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- December 11th: kathys kwilts and more
- December 12th: Sewing with Sarah
- December 13th: Octaves of Color
- December 14th: My Crazy Crafty Beautiful Life
- December 15th: I Have Purple Hair
- December 16th: Nu Me NuYou
- December 17th: Frullemieke
- December 18th: Sewing Blue
- December 19th: Auschick Sews
- December 20th: Violets and Jewels
- December 21st: Seams Like Style
- December 22nd: Aurora Designs