Next on my list of new pattern releases: two of your favorites . . . now in sizes 5 to 14 for your big kids!
The Everyday Camp Shirt is such a great choice for boys of any age. My boys wear them for everything from days at the zoo to Sunday mornings at church.
Allen and Jamie are wearing samples sewn up in the plaid and floral fabrics from Deena Rutter’s Stars & Stripes fabric collection for Riley Blake. I love how you can get completely different looks with this pattern just by changing the fabric or the buttons and snaps. We think these shirts have a decidedly western flair to them. (Jamie plays the part well, doesn’t he?)
And, the Which Way Out Jacket in corduroy and flannel (or twill and quilting fabric, or PUL and minky, or . . .) is exactly what your big boys and big girls need to top off their fall wardrobes. (Yes, I know summer is barely here. That means you have plenty of sewing time before fall arrives!)
Allen’s Which Way Out Jacket has an outer layer of gray baby-wale corduroy, and the reverse layer is Michael Miller’s Gray Camouflage on cotton flannel. It’s a fairly lightweight jacket that is still nice and warm.
What fabrics do you think your big kids would love in an Everyday Camp Shirt or a Which Way Out Jacket?
All of my new patterns are set to be released next week! More previews to come!