It’s been about 18 years ago since I last wore a boilersuit, my younger self had one in Levis denim that I wore for work at the advertising agency that I worked at on Regent Street. I thought I was cutting edge because boilersuits were not a thing and I didn’t care that other people probably thought I had arrived at the office to unblock the sinks in the ladies toilets.
I stand accused
I’m back, my first blog post of the year, but I desperately need to clear something up before I can ever write another blog post again. I stand here today, accused of stealing, yes stealing, stealing someone’s style. Taking it from them and claiming it to be my own. Continue reading
That’s the criteria I work towards when making clothes for Darcy. I want her to feel confident, she needs to be comfortable and she has to be able to cartwheel in everything she wears. When we stick to the three C’s everything else just falls into place.
If you read my last blog post, you will know all about The Strip Tee Team Challenge. Where 8 experienced sewing bloggers and their newbie t(w)eenagers were competing to make the most awesomely beautiful, ridiculously cool, utterly inspiring Strip Tees for themselves.
Well, they did just that. No joke. Do not underestimate the power of a basic tee.
When parents share their love of sewing with their child, they are passing the skill on to the next generation. It’s a life skill that everyone should have. And after making your first garment, you can not help but feel incredibly, insanely proud.
So, without further ado, let’s see how the all the teams got on…
Introducing Madeit Patterns STRIP TEE
Madeit Patterns Strip Tee is the t-shirt that you put on for comfort but without looking like you’re staying in all day to do the cleaning.
With capped sleeves and a semi-loose fit which slims down towards the hem, it’s a flattering style you can chuck on with jeans and not be worried when you accidentally find yourself out out.