I’ve been working this little project in my head for awhile now, what with my fairy tale kick I’m on and everything, and finally got around to sewing it up today during nap time. I found a very handy tutorial over at Indietutes and added the ears as my own little touch. I think I’m going to do a few different animals in the next week including a unicorn which is what PZ wants to be for Halloween this year. It’ll be MUCH easier than last year’s costume.
So its been forever since I posted and I figure I should show off what else I’ve been working on. I did these kokka kitty kat pants for Q last week and I made these purple panda pocket pants to sell. The cuffs roll down about 4 inches so I figure they’ll be good for about 2 years. That’s what I call conservation!
I also did this fun reversible skirt for PZ using the cinderella fabric with birdy pockets on this side and teal pants weight fabric with a veggy pocket on the other.
Local Mama and Craftzine contributor Susan Beal gives us this awesome Yoda costume tutorial. Pearl looks so cute! Great job, Susan!!
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