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I have to confess that I’m feeling overwhelmed by life, lately: I have too many things going on (online and offline) and I’m not able to give to all of them the attention they deserve!
Maybe I only need some rest, does it ever happens to you?
Today I’m reminding you that I’m guest posting at my dear friend Deanna @ SewMcCool, sharing there a FREE pattern for a Tank!
It flashed in my head like a revelation while I was browsing one of that site that sells kids clothing, searching for inspiration.
I’ve noticed that almost 50% of girl’s tops (and dresses) have an Hi-Lo hem detail, most of them include pleated details or ruffles and the color that goes better is, as always, pink!
Why not creating something in trend?
I had these two fabrics (soft pink knit and woven purplish floral cotton) in my mailbox, coming from Wholeport (sponsor) and I was wondering how could I use them… and the Pleated in Pink Sweetest Tank was born!
Obviously, it’s the perfect project for recycling anything knit you already have in your closet (think a T-shirt or an adult tank, just to name a few) and some woven remnants from your stash, just to use a bunch of leftovers we all have there!
What do you think about it? My daughter loves it! She says it’s a princess tank (hence the crown she insisted on wearing for the photo shoot!)
I’ve been told from my Lovely Affiliate Craftsy that a
BIG (should I say Huge?) Summer Sale is going on on ALL their Classes!
What’s better than this? There are some you can buy for only $ 9.99…Want to learn a new skill or brush up on an old one?
Now is your chance! You can save up to 50% off on ALL online classes at Craftsy’s BIG Summer Sale! Cooking, cake decorating, sewing, gardening and so much more… all up to 50% off, with some classes starting at just $9.99!
This is a sale not to be missed, so make sure you hurry because it
ends at 11:59pm MT on Monday, June 9th.
PS: I’ve had this class, this time: Angela Wolf – Sewing Designer Jeans… and I’m planning to draft my own pattern… will I be able to do that? Will see!