Friday, June 10, 2011

Toddler Shirt


This. is. adorable. 

My mom got me this big chunk of fabric while she was in town last so I cold make a bunch of summer outfits for my little G. I love the orange, it's so bright and happy and, well, summery. I found this tutorial for the "Leah Shirt" and absolutely fell in love with it. Starting off with my pieces all cut out, I followed Jess's directions and just guessed at the sizing. I sort of traced one of miss G's shirts that fits her right now and crossed my fingers that my pieces would end up the right size.  It worked pretty well.


I made my own biased tape that was smaller than regular biased tape, I didn't want the edging to be the focus of this shirt. Regular biased tape seemed to be a little too overwhelming for how small the shirt is.



Keyhole back


And, of course, the yo-yo embellishment


I think I'll end up making about 27 of these shirts before I get tired of them... 
They are so easy and so so so sweet.

4 comments:

  1. Great job! It looks so cute on her! I hope I have a little girl someday - and that I can be as successful as you have been in making little girl clothes!

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  2. Super cute! That fabric looks perfect for that style of shirt. And I'm so impressed you made your own bias tape!

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  3. I love it! You should consider renting your brain to those of us who have extra space to fill.

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