Hey y’all! Remember a long time ago on Boy, Oh Boy, Oh Boy! when Stacy coordinated a Spoonflower fabric swap? Well, I’m a slacker. Amanda of Kitschy Coo and I were chosen to swap, and it took me forever to get my act together. I’m proud to announce that I’ve FINALLY completed a garment with Amanda’s beautiful Panda fabric! (Make sure you pop over to Kitschy Coo and see the AMAZING Bimaa Skater she made out of my Momonga fabric!)
One look at this fabric, and my animal lover Charlotte insisted that I had to make her a garment out of it. (I had planned to use it for Ellie, but how do you say no to that?) I used Figgy’s Banyan tunic pattern, but modified it to make it a high-low tunic.
Some girls love pink and princesses, some girls love Star Wars and skate boards, but Charlotte is all about animals. She frequently comes home with feathers in her pockets!
Do you see the remnants of a temporary tattoo? She won’t let me take it off. Do your kids do that too?
You may have seen on Instagram that I had a huge sewing fail while creating this tunic. This fabric is very slippery and slipped right under my serger knife!
In the end, because of time constrictions, I decided that a simple triangle cutout with a piece of white knit underneath would have to do.
If you want to share your sewing fails with me on Instagram use hashtag “isewfailed” and you could possibly win a prize! Love y’all! Have a great week!