Friday, April 19, 2013

A pattern for Rudolph!

I've had this length of Rudolph fabric for a while now and while it makes me smile everytime I look at it I couldn't figure out what to do with it.  So now I've finally found a pattern for it and I love it.  I used the Colette Laurel pattern and it has been great to work with.  I felt this fabric might really put it to the test since it is so busy.  I was smiling the whole time I was cutting it out and sewing it.  It just makes me that happy to sew Rudolph fabric.  I may even have to wear it this summer, it makes me that happy. 
You can see all the scenes and characters, theres Yukon Cornelius (smak, smak, smak aahhh nothing), Rudolph (Put her down!), Herbie (I'm am not just a nitwit), the island of Misfit Toys (Even among misfits you're a misfit), the Abominable, snow man guy, Santa(lets hope he grow out of it).
Anything that makes me smile this much shouldn't be put away until Christmas right?
The pattern has been great to work with, the only change I made to this one was to move the darts down a bit. Well early Merry Christmas to all and to all a crafty night!


  1. Hey Liz, sorry, I looked at this post after I hung up with you and forgot to comment. Is this not the cutest thing ever!!? I love it, misfits and all. And NO, you are not a nitwit for wearing it! I would wear it all year long :o) It is that adorable. I will have to keep my eyes open for some Misfit fabric to make some pjs or a top to match yours :) Love ya and have a wonderful night, Holly

  2. You should definitely make something to wear from this fabric, it just oozes smiles! Love to you!

  3. This is so cute.. I have this fabric too.. I need to make this for my granddaughter, she would like it..

    1. Thank you! This is definitely the happiest shirt I own!


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