Rowan Tee Pattern Tour: Day 7

November 18, 2014

First up today is Crystal from Stitched by Crystal. I really admire how purposeful Crystal is with her sewing, no messing around – she tested the Rowan Tee pattern for me and had made her first T-shirt less than a day after I shared the pattern. I first came across Crystal and her adorable daughter when she reviewed the Small Fry Skinny Jeans for Pattern Revolution. She sews in a lovely, airy modern style and takes gorgeous photos as well – she also has a shop.  I really like seeing the fabric combinations Crystal comes up with and she’s found another great one today for this spotty Rowan Tee.

Rowan Tee from Stitched by Crystal

My second guest is Annelies, a Belgian living in Texas, who has switched days with Jane. She writes the blog Miestaflet and has this amazing playful style, with the perfect combination of bold prints and patterns with clean lines. Seriously, if you haven’t visited her blog before then you’re in for a treat – this sleepsuit is just stunning and this is the cutest baby jacket. Annelies is sharing two T-shirts today. How cool is that panda fabric and look, it’s got ears!

Rowan Tees by Annelies of Miestaflet

My last guest today is Shino from Nutta, which means “I sewed it” in Japanese. Shino lives in Japan and sews for her two girls and herself. She has a lovely clean style with the perfect mix of solids and prints and an occasional twist of fun (check out this Hello Kitty dress).  I only discovered Shino’s blog recently so wasn’t sure if she’d be able to join the tour but fortunately for me she did. Shino sells some incredible fabrics in her shop and she’s used on of these for her Rowan Tee. Find out more on her blog.

Rowan Tee by Shino of Nutta blog


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  • Reply Erin November 18, 2014 at 3:32 pm

    They’re all so cute! The pandas….so awesome.

  • Reply Annelies November 18, 2014 at 5:15 pm

    Thanks again for the invite, Laura! I had so much fun sewing up my tees.

  • Reply Mie @ Sewing Like Mad November 18, 2014 at 11:45 pm

    SO many good ones….every day. Eeek.

  • Reply Shino November 19, 2014 at 12:39 am

    Thanks for the sweet introduction, Laura! BTW, that’s not “Hello Kitty Dress”, it’s “Miffy Dress”! Lol. It’s okay I understand you boys’ mom might not know much about girly characters 😉

    • Reply Laura November 19, 2014 at 9:19 am

      Thanks Shino! I feel silly now – Miffy is so much cooler than Hello Kitty and it’s an adorable dress 🙂

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