Hey ya’ll! Katherine, from Purple Posies, sharing a recent sew that I love! I had the pleasure of sewing up some FooFoo Threads patterns for my youngest, and let me tell you...FooFoo Threads is quickly becoming one of my favorite pattern designers! I am a fan. The instructions are thorough, and the style is right up my alley...easy to wear, but with lots of cute extras that make the outfit special (buttons and ruffles are my thing).
I have been eyeing the Camille Knit Top since its release, and it did not disappoint. After the Christmas hustle and bustle has passed, I plan to sew many more...especially the flutter sleeve option for warmer weather. Who doesn’t love a good flutter!? I used a soft, thick knit for this version...it is so cozy and comfortable, and I love that I can mix and match fabric - I find it very charming. The fit was great on this shirt. I love the idea of the button tabs on the sleeves, but I think next time I’ll place them differently as they are not prominently displayed on the inside arm seam.
I chose to pair my top with the Roller Coaster Swooping Ruffle Pants, because as I previously stated, I am a sucker for ruffles. I went with a simple one ruffle option to pair with my classic chambray material, because I wanted a pair that she could wear anywhere, with anything. My little girl is a 12 month size in width, but a 2T in length - grading was easy, and the fit is so much better than ready to wear pants that slide off her.
I really love sewing everyday clothes that my kids can get plenty of wear out of, and these patterns fit the bill. I’ll be sewing many more!
Today Kimberlee shows us her Rapunzel inspired mashup dress she surprised her daughter with on her recent trip to Disney. Using the FooFoo Threads Josephine and the Handmaidens Cottage Tea Party Dress, Kimberlee made her daughters dream come true while making lifetime memories.
Today Kimberlee is featuring her version of the Cinnamon Sugar Dress by Foo Foo Threads.
Today Teronia sewed a one of a kind Valentines blouse for her daughter. This super feminine pattern is sure to please the little diva in your life.
Today Katherine sewed the Camille Top and Roller Coaster Ruffle Pants by FooFoo Threads. These patterns include lots of adorable ruffles but are still perfect for everyday wear.
Halloween is just around the corner and we are sewing up a storm, or should we say a ball? Today we are sharing Katherine's version of Belle using the Beloved Fairytale Ballerina dress pattern from Foofoo Threads.
Kim changes up an adorable dress by transforming it into the perfect holiday nightgown. Featuring the Cinnamon Sugar from FooFoo Threads.
Today Kari reviews the Eloise Dress by Foo Foo Threads while Laura sews up another version as well. This dress or shirt is super adorable and fun to wear.
The Pink Thistle Coat from Foofoo Threads is a double breasted jacket with a skirted bottom. Perfect for the fall and winter! It was just revamped to add layered printing also to add a "regular" skirt in addition to the "extra full" skirt option. You can grab the pattern through September 15, 2017 for only $6.50!
Today Heidi reviews the Ruthie's Picnic Dress by FooFoo Threads. Reminiscent of simpler times, this delicate and feminine dress is full of ruffles and charm!
Cassie review of the Clementine dress by Foo Foo Threads is the bees knees! Several styling option to choose from such as with or without a collar. Erica sews her version without the collar but with same adorable twirl-able skirt and tie back.
Teronia reviews the Camille top and Marley pants by Foofoo Threads. It's sure to bring some flare into spring!
Heather is sharing her version of the Audrey Retro Style Dress by Foofoo Threads Patterns. This retro style button front dress features a circle skirt and adorable collar.
Kim shares her version of the Esther Rose Bib/Yoke Dress.
Sarah shares her version of the Enchantment Dress from FooFoo Threads
Jane shares her review of the Katy Dress from FooFoo Threads.
Kim shares the new Roller Coaster Pants from FooFoo Threads.