Fabric Testing, Using It All

(Last week on The Blog I sewed a jam jam set for myself using the panda panel, main print and coordinate that The Fabric Cottage sent me for test. If you aren't familiar with fabric testing please see this post here and if you want to see this awesome jam jam set I'm talking about see this post here.) 

I had a bit of the main print and coordinate left after using it on the Seattle Sleep Mask (a free PDF Sewing Pattern I'm releasing soon) and I knew that I wanted to make something for one of my twins, Penny specifically because I'd already told Lucy she could model the High Street Halter Top (another PDF Sewing Pattern I'll be releasing soon). 

I decided on my new, and awesome, Warren Ave. Top. The Warren Ave. Top has pretty much endless options but I decided on the sleeveless shirt length option. I would use the panda main on the crop top part and a light pink interlock for the undershirt. I was going to use the coordinate for the undershirt but there wasn't quite enough left of it...

 

panda fabric on a cutting table with a cutting mat and rotary mat

 

So, what to do with the coordinate?

What to do?

What to do?

I don't why but fingerless gloves popped into my head.

I imagined it paired with the Warren Ave. Top and how Penny would absolutely rock the look.

So, guess what new free pattern I'll be working on next?

Ya, that's right, Fingerless Gloves.

 fingerless gloves from rain city pattern company

 

And If you're wondering how the shoot with Penny went, well...

 

badass girl in front of graffiti wall with fingerless gloves on and a panda shirt
#nailedit

 

 

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