Saturday, September 18, 2010

Sis Boom Maddie top

Little Boozle 2010

The Sis Boom range of patterns are some of the most comprehensive and laid out patterns available.
There is a lot of information about the variations of the pattern,
how to size,
fabrics to use,
plus garment construction.
The step by step photos can be a great help to get you over any bumps in the sewing road.

Little Boozle 2010

I made the short (top) version of the Maddie pattern.
I love the ruffled bodice neckline.

Little Boozle 2010

The neckline is the same at the front and the back.

Little Boozle 2010

The little goddess wanted pink
- as to be expected-
so I offered up some fairies with sparkly bits
and all was good...

Little Boozle 2010

(Michael Miller Flower Fairies)

My only comment on these patterns is to read them on your computer first
then print out only the pages that you need.
They can be well over a hundred pages
as there as so many sizes within each pattern.
Within the text, a guide tells you very helpfully which pages to print out
for each size and the variation that you are after.





7 comments:

Kate said...

Its gorgeous!
I love that neckline.
I'm going to check out that pattern now. Thanks for the advice.

Vic said...

Oh Tas that is gorgeous! I know that is MM fabric, but damn it looks like a vintage quilt cover I found at the oppy! Will have to investigate this pattern, after I save up for some printer ink that is!

toadstooldots said...

stunning!!! love all the fairies. your DD looks so cute in it.

Sally said...

Wonderful. The fabric is delightful and the style so very very sweet.

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

I have ummed and ahhed over this one for a while, now you have sold me. And that fabric ... wow to die for. The top looks great.

Tanya said...

I love it Tas, love the neckline.

michal said...

so pretty! I love the outcome. thanks for the info and tip of sisboom patterns, never tried one before...