I made this way back in February, before Easter, as part of #sewallthepintucks month. Lol! This is the coordinating pattern to the Charlie Button Up I posted recently. This was also, really, my first time working with rayon, and it was a *@$*#$(*&^#$ to do pintucks on. Shifty, drapey, can’t touch it with a warm iron longer than .38 seconds or it will burn, etc…but I love this yellow, and the end result is better than I thought it would be while I was sewing it up 🙂 Plus, now that I’ve done one garment in this fabric, my next will be perfect 😆
I love this style, I love that it’s woven, I love that I can match my baby boys 😍😍😍 It’s a winning pattern for me! This is from Made for Mermaids, it has top, tunic, or dress options, five sleeve options, including sleeveless, optional keyhole, and optional belt ties.
Yellow: 100% rayon from Hancock flat fold apparel table
Harper: All vintage (sheet and tablecloth)
Charlie: Upcycle from men’s button up shirt
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