Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Sew Up Something for the Kids: Momma Quail Patterns Blog Tour!

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Momma Quail Patterns! Some cute stuff over there in her shop! Haven't checked it out yet? Then you totally should! Last time I sewed up a Momma Quail Pattern was the just like papa briefcase (you can check out my post here). It just recently went through the was because of marker and coffee and other messing things that got on it... Ha! But, I digress (we love the briefcase!)...



I have to say that I am super excited that I have finally been able to forced in some time to sew up another couple of these awesome patterns designed by my blogging friend (check out her blog here)! I haven't had the opportunity to jump on all those testing calls I see her put out there because this pregnancy has me exhausted! That, and my kids measurements are not anywhere near standard! Ha for skinny mini children! But, I was determined to fit in some sewing time! I forgot how much I missed it with the making of the Halloween costumes this year. So, thanks to Dinosaur Train, Wild Kratts, and whatever else I can turn on on the tv, I have managed some time! Yay!

Our weather has been crazy with some up and down temps. Like the end of last week it was cold! But now, it's been warm! Ugh, makes it hard for dressing for the weather. That, and when we leave the house it's cold but warms up about 20 degrees unto the afternoon. The kids need long sleeves!!

For Little Boy: Jackalope Tee


For little man I did the Jackalope Tee in long sleeve. It is repurposed from a short sleeve t-shirt I found at good will. It is that thick knit that often comes with special, often touristy type shirts and little man loves it! I was originally planning on doing this and layering with something over it to remove during the day, but accidentally cut out the next size up... Ooops, but it works! Honestly, he started using it as a pullover!




For little girl: Zanzibar Shores Tank Top


For little girl I did the Zanzibar Shores Tank Top with woven panels. I added the kangaroo pocket to the front because, well, for her anything with a pocket is a win! I layered it over long sleeves and it is perfect! She loves it, though refused to pull the hood on while taking pictures! I think she is just excited about the owls.. :)



I am excited how they turned out and the kids had to wait to wear these clothes until I was ready to take pictures! Then, all they were giving me was cheese! So much cheese, and wanted to run around the yard. They were to excited to be outside and playing in there new clothes to focus on letting me take pictures! Crazy kids!





Check out these other awesome bloggers and their super fun creations!


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Plus, there is a giveaway! Three winners each get to pick a pattern of their choice! 


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Happy Sewing,