Friday, July 2, 2010

Raglan hoodies and French lycra terry

The Scientific Seamstress All-the-Rage Raglans

Trying out a new pattern this week from the Scientific Seamstress.
They are well constructed patterns to work through.
Lots of information that you can use if you need
and easily ignore if you don't.

There are a number of variations with respect to length, sleeve types, hood types or no hood.

Little Boozle 2010

First up- boys' version for my older son.

Little Boozle 2010

Fabrics: Lycra French terry with Stella for the hood lining
(all from Crafty Mamas shop)
Embroidery: Sapphire Dragon from Urban Threads
Approval rating: Gotta love boys. Easy to please.

Little Boozle 2010

Does anyone out there have a 6-7 year old boy who will sit demurely and smile at the camera?
I wonder how you get one of those.

Then the girlie one for my daughter...

Little Boozle 2010

Fabrics: Lycra Fench terry and hood lining is a rib knit from Crafty Mamas shop
Embroidery: Embroidery Library

Little Boozle 2010

Little Boozle 2010

Approval rating:
Abbott 47%
Gillard 53%
Mummy 99%

So it doesn't add up. I am still apparently favourite at the moment.
Bless pink and butterflies!

Little Boozle 2010



3 comments:

Kate said...

That looks like a brilliant and very versatile pattern. I love the two of them. And seriously, who would want a boy who sat quietly and smile for the camera? Hope you have a great weekend.

Clodagh a.k.a. Isra said...

great job and it looks like you have the kids approval!

michal said...

pink and butterflies are sure winners also in mu house. Lovely tops!