Saturday, October 25, 2014

Malcolm Reynolds Costume

My next instalment for Sew Geeky's Episode 7: Geek Spectacular

Malcolm Reynolds from Firefly and Serenity

This is one costume I have wanted to make forever...and I was about crafting a little baby Mal for Atticus but I thought it might be fun to make my dream come true...in costume form...and then once Atticus can walk and tote a toy gun he can have one too!


The finished costume is a mix of handmade and found elements. I was lucky - I only had to go to two op-shops to get the main clothes - the first gave me the perfect shirt + pants and the second gave me gloves and my Browncoat!


Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Elsa Costume


80's Inspired Children's Costumes

In the lead-up to Halloween I thought I would share our collection of 1980's cartoon inspired costumes!

Here are a few I have made for the girls over the years...and I'm sure there will be more to come! I can't wait to dress up Atticus as He-Man one day!

My Little Ponies

Monday, October 20, 2014

My Little Pony Capes


My Little Ponies! 

Another awesome piece of 1980's nostalgia that I can share with my girls!

They love watching and playing anything to do with the ponies so I thought they would love to have reversible pony capes to play with!

Amelie chose Twilight Sparkle + Fluttershy 
and 
Clementine chose Pinkie Pie + Applejack

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

The Amelie Cape Blog Tour Wrap Up and Winner Announcement


Thanks to all the amazing bloggers who helped me launch the pattern with their beautiful capes!

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Max California Sews The Amelie Cape!




The last stop on The Amelie Cape blog tour is Max California!

She has sewn this AWESOME Harley Quinn inspired cape using BOTH the hood and the collar! Amazing!

She has also used two fabrics for the main cape to add the Harley look!

Head over and see more awesome photos HERE!


Thursday, October 9, 2014

Rae Gun Ramblings Sews The Amelie Cape with an Awesome Tutorial for Cat Ears!


I was super-excited to see Marissa's version of The Amelie Cape

She added ears and batwings, turning it into an amazing Batgirl cape!


She has also created a super easy tutorial on how to add ears to the cape to turn it into a cat, bat, or anything you can imagine!

Head over and check out the tutorial and more awesome photos HERE!


The Amelie Cape on Frontier Dreams


Today the Amelie Cape Blog Tour heads over to Frontier Dreams!

I love her beautiful fabric stash...some of my favourite prints!

You will also get to see one of the first capes I ever made back in 2011!

Check it out HERE!

& Check out the Amelie Cape Pattern HERE!

Monday, October 6, 2014

Katie's Kitchen Sews The Amelie Cape!



Next up on The Amelie Cape blog tour is Katie's Kitchen Blog! She has sewn an adorable version of the smaller size with The Very Hungry Caterpillar fabric! It is beautiful...I love the dotty fabric too!

Check out some more awesome photos HERE!

Check out the Amelie Cape Pattern HERE!

Friday, October 3, 2014

Little Betty Sews The Amelie Cape!


First up on the blog tour of The Amelie Cape is Little Betty Sews!

She has made an adorable version - I love the fabric combination and the ribbon....and that Adele wants to be Batman!

Check out some more awesome photos HERE!

Check out the Amelie Cape Pattern HERE!

Monday, September 29, 2014

The Amelie Cape Pattern Release and Giveaway

I am so excited to announce the release of my very first PDF pattern - The Amelie Cape!

After years of making these wonderful capes I have created a pattern so you can join in the fun too!

The pattern features four different variations and comes in two sizes 1-3 years and 2-6 years. The capes can be worn beyond these ages as a caplet - so they get plenty of wear!

The PDF includes easy to follow instructions and both patterns. It is a great starter project for a new sewer and comes together quickly and easily.


To celebrate the launch some of my favourite bloggers will be sewing along in the next two weeks!

I will also be sharing some pattern hacks for the capes to transform them into different creatures and costumes!







Giveaway

I have 4 patterns to giveaway to some lucky readers!


To enter simply leave a comment with what pattern you would like to see next from Amelie and Atticus!

You can get additional entries by:

1. Liking / Following Amelie and Atticus on any social media (see the red buttons top right!)

2. Sharing the giveaway on any of the above platforms!

Please leave a comment for each entry!

I will draw a winner on Saturday 11th October 2014 - At the end of the blog tour!

I would like to thank the talented Andrew Battye for making my patterns digital and creating all the awesome artwork for the blog and the pattern!


The giveaway is now closed...check out a wrap up of the blog tour and the winners HERE!

Monday, September 8, 2014

Vintage Sheet Star Quilts

Having fun trying to get a shot of the quilt!

Interesting Tales....




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