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Wild Horses for Willow

Horse Print Top and Pants

This outfit was made for my ten year old niece, Willow. She's been wearing it for a few weeks now....and probably will continue to wear it until it warms up around here. That may not be until mid June!

The "horse print" cotton knit fabric was so much fun to work with. Starting with Ottobre Design pattern 01/09, #34, I played with the sleeves, splitting the pattern and adding gathers to the top part. I then shaped the hem, and added twisted trim to the neckline.

Ottobre Design Pants, 03/03, #23, made from Stretch Denim.

Many have asked about the twisted neckline trim that I used on this top.
There are good tutorials about this twisted trim already written, so instead of writing another one, I'll direct you to:
Sigrid's Twisted Trim Tutorial
Liana's Twisted Binding Tutorial


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Blogger Ann Made Studio said...

What a fun and sweet outfit. It looks wonderful and the added details make it a very one of a kind shirt. I can see why she would be thrilled with this outfit :)

9:06 AM  
Blogger Linda T said...

So cute!

9:27 AM  
Blogger Gigi said...

Your kids' clothes are so adorable! And what little girl doesn't just love horses!?

12:57 PM  
Blogger gwensews said...

That's a great outfit. LOVE those pants! Your nieces are so fortunate to have such a talented aunt to sew for them.

8:05 PM  
Blogger Lori said...

Horses are favorites of 10 year old girls, I can see why she really likes this one.

9:12 PM  
Blogger Summerset said...

Oh, my daughter would love this! Very cute.

9:46 AM  
Blogger Sandra said...

Very cute fabric and nice shirt. Love the neckline on it.

12:52 PM  
Blogger BCN - UNIQUE designer patterns said...

yes Pam, another beautiful set. Congratulations, your creativity knows no bounds.

ahhh ... very pretty in this new photo. thanks.

greetings, Paco

10:45 AM  
Blogger Judy Ross said...

Gorgeous outfit! My nine year old would go nuts for it. I especially like the twisted neckline trim. If you don't mind me asking, how did you make it? Do you have a formula?

I've only just stumbled across your blog, so my apologies if you've explained it elsewhere!

8:15 PM  
Anonymous Psaryce said...

I love the horse print fabric! Where did you get it from? My daughter would love something made from that!

4:17 AM  
Blogger Pam Erny said...

Psaryce...the horse print fabric is from http://www.TheFabricFairy.com

5:36 AM  

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