Easy OLAF Pattern!

Easy OLAF Pattern!

 
Exciting news!!! Our OLAF pattern has just released in our Etsy and Craftsy shops for purchase, and just in time to whip some up for Halloween!! 
 
The pattern features 6 crossover sizes: 12-18mo, 18-24mo, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8 and 10/12
 
With the pattern you can make the head/hat and the body, with either a zipper or velcro back closure (both full instructions included):
 
Easy to read, step by step directions included: 
….with even a clear table of contents to help you easily navigate the choices.
 Preview of what our professional and easy to print.
 
Example pattern pieces :
 
(for pattern pieces that require more than one page, you will just overlap the blue dots provided and tape it together, creating full-sized pattern pieces)
 
A huge thank you to my wonderful testers for their amazing work!
Olaf Costume
With this new Olaf pattern, you’ll be ready to make your own wonderful Frozen line up with all of our wonderful and very popular Frozen Inspired Costume patterns!
 Elsa Ice Dress and Olaf made by the talented Angel Tirrell-Voss for her adorable kiddos 
using two of my patterns! LOVE seeing them together!!
 
 
Get your copy today and look just like Olaf!!! 
 
now available on Joy2Sew Etsy or Craftsy 
Olaf Costume
Wrapping Up The Winter…Fleece Vest!

Wrapping Up The Winter…Fleece Vest!


Why are there swimsuits in the stores? It’s still cold and I need winter clothes! So, in leu of wrapping up the winter here, I’ve decided there’s still time for a little more sewing of winter clothing…..
Above is what I started with. I picked up this Polarvide Fleece throw at Ikea for $3.49. It’s a little over a yard and a half…and a steal for that price! I have been dying to make this fleece vest before the weather starts warming up soon here and I head into Spring Top Week

Cutting out the Green Pepper pattern. This is our adorable kitty, Lexi (Alexis). She insists on helping me and getting involved in whatever projects I embark on! We love her so much!

As when you make anything (especially for yourself), you must try the garment on a hundred times during the process to make sure it’s coming out just right. You don’t want to make it and get an undesirable surprise at the end!

This is as good as it gets taking pictures by yourself ; )! I had to take in the vest quite a bit on the sides and the bottom. At 5’3″, I have to make sure that my shirts stay above my hips (or else I look even shorter)!

The finished vest! Yea! I’m so pleased with it!
So for about $5.48 (fleece and zipper purchased), I have an awesome new vest!