I’m a Sewlebrity?

I’m so honored and excited to be a part of Rachel’s Sewlebrity series over on Family Ever After! I sewed up this color block tee for the Sadester, who almost immediately smeared pink sidewalk chalk dust on the white part. At least I got pics, right? That’s what counts in bloggy land. ;)

Hop over to her blog to check out the tutorial! Go leave some love too (aka comments!) if you don’t mind!

I think this look would work for boys too-though don’t quote me on that, I don’t have much experience sewing for boys. (and with another girl on the way…not in the near future either haha!)


  1. Very cute! I’m going to have to try this for the granddaughter. Just make them a bit longer for dresses, since she loves them!

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  3. Another super cute top Jess. Thank you. I really need to swipe some of my granddaughters clothes so I can use some of your awesome tutorial and make her some things.

  4. I def. think it could work for a boy, too! Sewing for boys is my thing and I thing this is pretty gender neutral! :)

  5. I’ve been looking for a good tee tute for quite awhile. Not surprised I found it here! Thanks! My son will be so glad I’m finally going to make the “hunting” ( read: camo) tee he’s been begging for!

  6. It would work great for boys! Maybe different colors though =) Congrats on the 3rd girl by the way! 3 girls is so much fun (and quite loud).

  7. I think it would look fantastic for a boy in red, navy, and gray! I might just have to do that for my son. I sew for my daughter but my poor boy is almost one and I haven’t made anything for him other than burp cloths. Thanks for the inspiration!

  8. You are most definitely a sewlebrity (at least in my eyes, hehe!). Very cute, Jess!

  9. I love it! I want one! :) And yes. I think if you made the neckline higher and maybe the ribbing thicker it would be a great boy’s tee.

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