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Jackalope Tee – One Thimble Issue 8 Giftables!

Jackalope Tee by Momma Quail Patterns - From One Thimble E-Magazine

Have you started thinking about holiday gifts yet? Rebecca mentioned using One Thimble Issue 8 patterns to start checking people off her list and I decided to organize a week of posts doing just that! I jumped at the chance to sew up a Jackalope Tee, from Momma Quail Patterns. My friend Amy is the woman behind the designs (she blogs here) and she came up with a winner! It fits sizes 2-14, with cuff and band options, and these fun inset stripes for the bodice and arms. You can use knit or woven for the stripes – perfect for scrap busting, which is always my favorite!

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The pattern was released in issue 8 of One Thimble E-Magazine* (along with my Little Collector Backpack) or you can purchase it separately on One Thimble’s website.

Jackalope Tee Momma Quail

I love how the accent panel connects! I always see people asking how to use flannel in clothes, and this would be a great spot.

Jackalope tee Momma Quail

This is a size 4, which he measured for. Amy is awesome and I trust her, so I didn’t even muslin. I did use the cuffed length and then added a band – extra length is always a plus for my son’s big belly.

Garbage Truck Shirt DIY

The front is a semi-failed Inkodye project (you can see more details here) but you wouldn’t know it from his reaction, he LOVES this shirt. Loves it. I’m making a matching one for his best buddy, and he won’t stop pestering me about if I’ve sewn it yet or not.

embroidered size tag on twill tape

I’ve shown you how I embroidered size tags on fabric scraps with my machine’s “alphabet stitches” before – this time I did it on twill tape! So cute.

jackalope tee slide

Naturally, lots of hijinks tested the fit of this pattern 🙂 He literally cried when we took it off to wash it, there will be more jackalope tees in his future and in my gifting arsenal!

Again, you can find the pattern, along with a ton of others, in issue 8 of One Thimble E-Magazine*or you can purchase it separately on One Thimble’s website.

Click around to see what everyone else sewed up!

Monday, September 14th

Amy at Friends Stitched Together made a Little Collector Backpack

Jen at Ainslee Fox made a Coco Flower Crown

Tuesday, September 15th

Lauren at Molly and Mama made some hexie wall art

Wednesday, September 16th

Stephanie from Swoodson Says sewed a Jackalope Tee

Thursday, September 17th

Alicia from Felt With Love Designs sewed a Little Collector Backpack

Michelle at The Toffee Tree sewed up a fedora

Friday, September 18th

Rebecca at Hugs Are Fun used the Coco Flowers

Rachael from Sew Today Clean Tomorrow sewed a Desert Fox softie

DIY Garbage Truck Shirt

 

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