Comfort fashion for the win! The Pudding Pants PDF Pattern is a relaxed fit knit pants pattern, rockin’ three different hem options, drawstring waistband, solid pants or color-blocked with pockets, as well as optional pin-tucking. Make them as vivid or monotone as you want; for boys AND girls from toddler 12/18M all the way up to 15/16Y! If you are tired of clicking the refresh button on your pants making (or buying!) game, break free and start making some Pudding Pants!
Time to cozy up! BAKA the Hooded Blanket PDF Pattern is a floor length hooded blanket that is perfect for lounging around the house with a new video game, a good book, or just ―\_(ツ)_/― !!! Add-ons include puff antlers and paint on face templates! (not intended as sleepwear!) For boys and girls, ages 12M-16Y...heck, even some adults! (check the size chart to see if it could work!)
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I've made a lot of super fun, ultra rad, kickass stuff in my sewing lifetime... but this, THIS, is at the top of the list for me!!! Nothing could inspire me more to put on a good show than the starman himself, David Bowie. Yesterday marked the first anniversary of his death and so I have been planning a grandiose ZIGGY STARDUST homage for the past year! My muse is one of the biggest little Bowie fans out there so I made a commitment to myself and to her to make her a capsule wardrobe of iconic Bowie outfits!
It doesn't seem that long ago that I made a rainbow inspired 5th birthday outfit, and, as irony would have it, I have done it yet again! That was the challenge: how to make an equally beautiful rainbow-inspired outfit without being repetitive. These girls are so unique; they truly have their own styles and personalities! Sephira is a free spirit that is candid with pretty much everything! I tried hard to tie in all the things she wanted (she frequently wants to be at least seven different things all at once) and keep it cohesive.
It’s the 25th!!! So you know what that means: SEW GEEKY! This month’s theme is Epic Fantasy inspired. Think Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, or really anything that would conjure up visions of enchantment.
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Hiya, all! I'm just bringing home my "Happy Hunger Games" post I did for Rae Gun Ramblings blog! ^_^ Enjoy!
Good Morning Rae Gun readers! I'm Kat from Sew Chibi, and I am super pumped to be here today for this series! We are pretty huge Hunger Games fans in our house! There were so many choices of gorgeous outfits to choice from so honing in on one was a bit of a challenge!
I was toying around with the idea of doing something extravagant like the black feather dress or this half sleeve half cape quilted coat from the new unreleased Hunger Games. But, I figured it would be more practical to make something that could be worn over and over again.
In the end, I chose to do the outfit that Katniss wears in the Catching Fire when she and Peeta go to District 11 and give their poignant speech.
I altered the pinafore pattern by redrafting the front center panel to include an off-centered zipper that is half exposed. Then, since I couldn't find blue fur on my fabric run, I chose to improvise with blue stretch velvet, using fusible fleece to plump it up a bit. Also, I measured around the full length of the neckline, adding in seam allowance, and made it have more of a rounded Neru collar.
The arm finishings didn't necessarily come out as clean as I would have wanted per sa. I was on the fence whether or not I should tuck the bindings under or leave them exposed. I chose to leave them exposed so that it mimicked Katniss' tunic detailing.
The pants were simple black bottom-weight sateen. I added in a strip of black pleather to the middle of the pant leg bottoms, just like Katniss' pants.
All in all, I really like the way it came together! Azriella tried to be serious for the shoot but her sister was pulling funny faces in the window and making her laugh!
Most of the the shoots ended up looking like this instead!
It’s Halloweentime guys!
This is one of my very favorite times of year! Max and I decided a while back that it would be great to do a big free for all geek fest for this month's Sew Geeky. A chance for everyone to sew whatever they want that they love, and the creations by our guests so far have been awe inspiring, to say the least!
I told myself that I wouldn’t go over the top; that I want to keep Sew Geeky a little more casual so that I don’t burn myself out trying to outdo myself every month. It’s exhausting! It also makes me struggle to make other things; the essential things. BUT STUDIO GHIBLI?! I could not go small. I just couldn’t! Ugh, I am my own worst enemy, I know! Narrowing it down was incredibly hard. I have the urge to STUDIO GHIBLI ALL THE THINGS!
Good morning to you! ^_^ It’s time for Sew Geeky’s newest episode: Marvel vs DC! We didn’t want to do just Superheroes. We wanted to spice it up a bit, so we did a Marvel vs Detective Comics (aka DC) theme! So I decided to go with a hero vs villain approach for my outfits. I give you retro Catwoman and chibi Loki!
"Feelin' a little inadequate?"
So who here is a former angsty teenager from the 90s? I was! I was the only kid in school wearing patent leather pants in every color and donning a choker necklace made out of safety pins and I listened to punk and ska music and loved every minute of it! The grown up Kat loves those things still, but I've evolved since then. But ain't nostalgia grand! Well, TANK GiRL is like a time capsule for me of my high school days (even though TANK GiRL came out just before I started high school). The thing about TANK GiRL is that she's a bad girl. She smokes, she loves guns and ahem her tank and she dresses far on the risque side of things. Being that I'm a mom and am not into any of those things, I made my look and accessories more of a TANK GiRL: the Mom.