SockMonkey Pullover: Strike II

SockMonkey Pullover: Strike II

I made another pullover hoodie. The last one didn’t fit my kid, so I gave it to her little cousin. This time I knew what needed to be adjusted from my previous attempt. You can see that disaster here. I’m still not 100% satisfied with this one’s wide neckline, and imperfect top stitching around the pocket. It’s meh.

But this kid makes anything look cute.

I made the elf pajamas too.

Bella wanted a bow as big as her shoe.

Of coarse Champ has to be in all our photos.

I made my niece Sofie a couple bows too. They stay in pretty well if I use the longer alligator clip.

She has a forehead booboo :( She tries to do everything her big brothers do.

She giggles every time I show her a picture of herself…

I’m really excited Sofie can wear her bows a little bigger now. The really biganormous bows have to go on a barrette, and she can’t wear those yet. But it won’t be long!

Now I’m working on Barbie clothes to get rid of scraps. What’s on your sewing table?

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Amy Mayen

Hello. I'm Amy and I'm addicted to sewing. I borderline-hoard fabric, buttons, & patterns. Sometimes I wish I could pile my fabric up on the floor and just roll in it!

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    • Amy

      Yes! And I’m scared off of frankensteining for a while! Commercial patterns are great for kids clothes because they grow so fast…why waste my time drafting when they wont fit it next week? I think this spring I’ll start drafting some womenswear. I’m more comfortable if its all mine, or all commercial.

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