Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Twin Tunics

I wanted to take the time to tell eveyone THANK YOU for following my blog and for your comments. I'm not to familiar with blogging, but I hope to one day inspire tons of others just as they inspire me. I appreciate all of your comments. If you have never commented, I would love to hear from you! I truly appreciate the input and all the ideas you all give me.
Anyway, I've been getting bad about not posting very much crafty stuff. But...I was working on my greatest project yet. MY OWN PATTERN!! I've never done this before. I've always understood the concept, but I always thought it would be too difficult for me. Turns out...it's not difficult at all. I think anyone with a fair amount of sewing knowledge could do it.

I laid out my daughters' current clothes and copied sleeves and the body (including necklines) and adjusted wherever I wanted to. Here is how they turned out:




9 comments:

Wood Violet said...

These shirts are adorable!! Found you through Wardrobe Refashion. Thanks for sharing with all of us :)
Karen

Hannah Stevenson said...

These are seriously so cute! Thanks for sharing. Found you on Wardrobe Refashion too!

Tammy said...

You are just so talented! I am always so impressed with your accomplishments!

Enchantresses Three said...

WOW!!!!I love these! Seriously woman, you have got some major talent!!! I want one for me in leapord print!:)
Hugs,
Sariah

Taryn said...

Love the tops but your models are too cute for words!!

Crunchy Sews said...

Even sweeter times two!

Stacey Gray said...

Those are so cute! I love all of the fabrics that you pick out, for some reason I can never spot really cute fabrics when they are in the store-I have to see someone else use them to recognize that they are in fact really cute.

Sigrid said...

These are some of the cutest little shirts I have seen in blogland. Yay for making your own perfect patterns!

Aweir said...

For some reason my blog wasn't showing when you had added new updates! Love the photos! Those shirts are so amazing. You could seriously go into business! I know a lot of people who would love to get their hands on those cute clothes!!