Saturday, November 5, 2011

The Ruffled Collared Cape

About a week ago I was chosen to test a pattern for Jenny at  http://seaminglysmitten.blogspot.com/   for a child's ruffled collared cape.

I’ve never tested a pattern before so I was over the moon excited to give it a try! The pattern was  simple to make,the instructions clear as a whistle, it didn’t take very long and look how it  turned out - Amazing!! 

Here are some pictures of the finished product!

 How cute is that?!





Once again If you haven't tried any of Jenny’s patterns at seamingly smitten I Highly recommend you do!!

28 comments :

  1. This is so cute!!

    New follower here from the weekend blog hop

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  2. Just Darling!!

    I'm your newest follower. Hope you'll FB

    Http://mommieagainblog.blogspot.com

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  3. I just found your adorable blog and now I am a follower - I can´t stop reading your posts! :) Greetings from Germany! Melanie

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  4. I love your blog! Thanks so much for stopping by mine at http://ladybirdathome/blogspot.com!

    I've already pinned your DIY storage box. That is absolutely my next project!!! I can't wait to go through everything here!

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  5. It is so cute! I love the fabric you used, and your daughter is the perfect model. Thanks for your comment on my post, it is really appreciated.
    I'm your newest follower, and I'm looking forward to seeing many more of your creations!

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  6. This is so adorable... and so is your model :) Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and following. I am following back. I was browsing through a few of your posts and I just love everything. I think I may be hooked and I can't wait until I have some more time so I can look through some more :) Hope you are having a great weekend :)

    http://julia-happilyeverafter.blogspot.com/

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  7. The cape is soooo cute and your lil model is gorgeous!
    I am a new visitor and follower via Crazed Fans...
    I am in awe of anyone that can sew because I cannot:)
    http://www.doreenmcgettigan.com

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  8. I think that turned out adorable! And of course, so is your daughter =) Thanks for linking up to Sunday's Best!

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  9. Love it! I don't know what is cuter, the cape or your little model :D

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  10. Adorable cape! I'm a complete moron when it comes to sewing, but if I could actually do something besides hem pants with my expensive machine, I would definitely give this a try! Aww... maybe I'll be ambitious and give it a try anyway... this is just so cute! And it looks like it could be somewhat forgiving since it's loose!

    It's nice to meet you! I'm a new follower from the Monday hop... congrats on being the featured blog! I write a humor blog about all things motherhood, and I hope you can drop in sometime! It's usually good for a laugh, and sometimes even a snort or two!

    Have a great week!

    Smiles, Jenn @Misadventures in Motherhood

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  11. Adorable! Both the model and the cape! Thanks for sharing at Etcetorize~

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  12. Your daughter is the cutest! Love the cape too ;) Thanks for stopping by my blog and following, I'm a new follower here now too!

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  13. Just darling... My daughter who has an aversion to coats, just might go for this!

    Carlee
    www.ladybirdln.com

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  14. The cape turned out so cute!! Your model is such a doll! I tested her pattern too and loved how easy it was. I'll definitely make another one. Stop by and check it out if you have a chance. :)

    http://thelittlegiggler.blogspot.com/2011/11/i-tested-pattern.html

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  15. Wow you must of been ecstatic to be asked to test a pattern. I've never been asked that and I've been sewing for over, dare I say, 30 years. It's really and adorable cape. And you daughter makes a great model. Thanks so much for sharing this at Sunday's Best Party.

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  16. looks great would luv for our readers to see this at
    http://www.passionatelyartistic.com/2011/11/thanksgiving-showcase-tutorial-with.html

    Thanks for joining the party,
    Maggie
    http://Passionatelyartistic.com

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  17. Oh gracious, she is such a doll! Feel free to link up as many projects as you like! Thanks for your sweet comments and for following my blog, I'm following you back! Jen @ www.icantstopcrafting.blogspot.com

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  18. What a cute little girl! And the cape is cute too! Thanks for sharing, visiting from The Creative Spark

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  19. Precious! So cute. Thanks for sharing it with us at our linky party :)
    Britney
    www.jandmseyecandy.blogspot.com

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  20. Hello there.. Nice to meet you.. I'm Marilyn and stopping in from Night Owl.. :)) Loving your blog here.. Officially following with smiles.. Hope you can stop in and visit sometime -- http://theartsygirlconnection.blogspot.com :)) Wishing you an amazing start to your weekend.. TY

    ps: would love for you to link and share this adorable cape at my pin'inspirational party please.. Happening today ;)) TY

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  21. Sweet cape! I have a little sewing and fabric craft linky party I'm starting tomorrow and I was wondering if you could be so kind to stop by and post it? Thanks so much!
    Sew Country Chick

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  22. This cape is adorable...as is your daughter! Thanks for linking up to What's In The Gunny Sack!

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  23. Well done! The cape (and your model) are absolutely adorable! Thanks for sharing your sweet cape at the Tuesday To Do Party!
    Smiles!
    Jami
    www.blackberryvine.blogspot.com

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  24. That is so cute.I love to buy fabric and pattern but don't like sewing much.lol New follower.
    http://newyearsresolutionexercise.blogspot.com/

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  25. Sorry I am getting over late to let you know--You've been featured at www.itssoverycheri.com in my Saturday Showcase.

    Cheri

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