|Yesterday I was dreaming of sunshine…So I guess it’s no wonder that I have had yellow on the mind. A few months back I found a striped long sleeve tee at old navy on clearance for 1 dollar. It was size XXL, which was even more awesome. So I grabbed that (and a few other awesome clearance pieces) It sat in my pile until I thought up the perfect top. That’s when I was drawing with my kiddos and my 3 year old held up his piece of art. A beautiful scribbled mess (uh I mean bad guys…) He wanted it to hang on the fridge. As a looked at his scribbled drawing I thought, why not put a scribble on a shirt? It’s what anyone else would do right? Besides it looks so cute with her button trousers.|
|I just love the mock-doodle down the front of her shirt…
Want to make your own?
|To start use a shirt that fits well and follow the shirt as your guide for the new top. Follow the top for the sleeves.
If you need more details of how to do that go HERE
For the neckline I made this top a boatneck top. TO do that keep the neckline up higher and the same in the front and back. Extend the neckline just past the shoulder so the neck opening will be just slightly wider.
Then you will also want a neck lining piece which should fit just inside the neck of the shirt.
|For the sewing start by sewing the front and back pieces together at the shoulder.|
|Next pin the sleeves in at the arm opening and sew in place.|
|Sew the neck lining together at the shoulders.
Then with right sides together sew the neck lining to the neck line.
|next the fun part. I used some bias tape, but ribbon would work fine too. Then have fun making a scribble on the shirt. Pin in place. I made my bias tape stand up on edge a bit.|
|Then when the scribble is all sewn in place you are done. Easy right? Fun right?
|Then we took advantage of the sun pouring in my bedroom window, since it is too cold to actually enjoy it outside, and had a fun little photo shoot.|
|The color combo was pretty great with the yellow of the shirt and the brown and teal back drop, with the pops of orange and yellow…|
|Maybe it is future combo of a scribble shirt? hmmm…
Jessica at Me Sew Crazy
this is adorable! Like your child had some fun with a crayon cute 🙂
I think this is one of my favorites. I love the fit, colors, and design. It is simply a perfect top.
So precious– on to my Pinterest board. 🙂
so cute and unique!
What a cute yet simple idea! I love the yellow (and the model's cute too!) I think I'm going to try this myself. I've included it in my link round-up on the FaveCrafts Blog: http://www.favecraftsblog.com/link-love-clothes-for-the-little-ones/<br /><br />Would you like to publish your tutorial on FaveCrafts? Email me if you're interested 🙂
this is cute! love it!
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