Ending On A High Note


First of all I have to say, KCWC, you kicked my ass!  I am exhausted.  And my house if officially a disaster area.  That said, I appreciated the motivation to get a little sewing done every day and I now have six little clothing items to show for all my hard work (we'll just ignore the fact that only four of them actually fit my child).

In an attempt to end on a high-note, here's my last little creation.

My favorite thing about this shirt?  The ridiculously small amount of fabric it took to make this shirt.  I had about a 1/3 of a yard of this fabric left over from a dress that I had made and I had no idea what I was going to do with such a small amount of fabric.

Then I remembered the unique construction of the dress that I had made and I figured that it was worth a try to make it into a shirt for O.  And surprise, surprise...it actually worked.


KCWC Item #6

Pattern: Based off of instructions for Anna Maria Horner's Museum Tunic
Fabric: Anna Maria Horner's Little Folks Dobby Voile - Gray


  1. I love this little top! I've just caught up with all your other creations too since i've been away. I loved every minute of reading about your week!

  2. The moment I saw Anna Maria's museum tunic last year, I was smitten. Created in a smaller size is like...uhhh...could it get any cuter? I think not.

  3. So so cute! And I love the fabric!

  4. Cuute! You guys can really work the matching outfits lately. It is so nice to have something work after a project that didn't.

  5. what a cute little top, it looks so soft and comfy!

  6. Adorable! And that is a little amount of fabric for such a great top. Good job making it through your week.

  7. Anonymous17.5.11

    Aww, it looks too sweet!!!

  8. Will you STOP it with that brilliant sewing stuff?
    You're amazing.


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