Easy T-shirt Freezer Paper Stencil Refashion & Greenstyle Creations Raglan Pattern Review

I pattern tested this Centerfield Raglan from Greenstyle Creations a few months ago and realized I’ve never blogged about it! I sewed up this plain version out of Target jersey sheets (my favorite!) but found myself not wearing it. I pulled it back out to jazz it up a little and thought I’d try out a freezer paper stencil. To be clear, it says ‘Woodson ZOO’ not ‘Woodson LOO’ like my husband suggested. If you haven’t tried using freezer paper, I have a quick tutorial at the end of the post but first I’ll share my thoughts on the pattern!

As a pattern tester, I received a copy of the pattern for free but all opinions are my own.

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Superhero Doll & Matching Toddler Cape — Stitch Swap

Handmade doll with a matching cape set? Check! I got a little carried away with this project but I love how it turned out. I doubled up on sewing events with this little guy, linking up the softie to the Peanut Baby sew along and the cape is my contribution for Stitch Swap! Stitch Swap is a fun collaboration where a group of bloggers mailed a yard of fabric to one another. Fenna from Fabulous Home Sewn sent me this cheery star print and I turned it into a superhero set.

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