Today, I’m excited to share what I made for Katy’s Sew All 26 Series.
It’s a series about sewing through all 26 letters of the alphabet, of course, and my letter is T!
(p.s. It’s raining outside that window :))
I made her a twirly tunic, which I made using the 5 & 10 designs basic block pattern and free sleeve download found HERE,
which complement her tribal print leggings (the pattern is from Go To Patterns found HERE, I cut a size 12 month waist and extended the length 4-5 inches to get it to fit Natalie’s slender build),
which match her tan toe capped T-strap shoes (made from my Natty Janes shoe pattern found HERE).
Is the tip of your tongue worn out yet?…good 😉
I used the thickest, crispest fusible craft interfacing I could find. I also saved a few bucks on the high loft batting by finding it by the yard, using a coupon, and only buying the 1/2 yard I needed. It came to just over a couple bucks!
Okay, let’s count all the T’s shall we:
tunic, twirl, twill tape tags, tiny heart, three-quarter sleeves, triangle elbow patches, tribal leggings, tan toe cap t-strap shoes, twin dolls, one with a top knot, and a baby tote all for this sweet girl who is turning TWO!
Fabric Sources: Tribal knit, Ponte De Roma from Girl Charlee Yellow linen from Jo-Ann Black and White stripe fabric from IKEA (gray liner from Walmart clearance) brown leather from Leather Hide Store
And that’s a wrap! 🙂 If you haven’t been following along already, go check out what Katy from No Big Dill and her lovely guests have been sewing up for Sew All 26!
Ta ta then! (couldn’t resist!)
P.S. Small leather details can be washed and dried in the washer and dryer. It will soften and wear over time, and possibly change color a bit, but should hold up well otherwise…in my personal experience. 🙂