So, I purchased the Simply Sweet Tunic pattern on September 7, 2012. I finally sewed one up as part of Kids Clothes Week. Seriously, I need to do a better job of using patterns that I actually own!
I used some Kokka double gauze from my shop. I've said it previously, but if you've never sewn with double gauze before, you owe it to yourself to give it a try. It's such a pleasure to sew with. It's soft like a knit, but with the stability of a woven.
This particular print is kind of wacky, as some Japanese prints tend to be. It's one of those prints that you can look at for a while and see new things - like the fact that there's a bear shooting a slingshot....
In retrospect, this Kid's Clothes Week was definitely a success. I made a dress, two tops and a pair of shorts. Oh yeah, I also did some pattern testing for Heidi and Finn's new pattern release - I'll be showing off those photos soon! So, if I include both versions of that, my kid ended up with 6 new pieces of clothing in just one week!