Some of you might have thought to yourself... what happened to Stitch Once, Rip Twice? I posted about our Mad About Plaid Challenge and then I shared with you the plans that I had to make a coat.
...a big fat nothing. Yep, the holidays came around, and there was complete radio silence on the blog, at least about sewing! Since this is the first year of my blog, I was completely unaware about how busy I would be to blog/work/shop for gifts/sew/celebrate. It seems like I am not the only one who was short on time, because we only had four members (including myself) who had time to sew something!
Stitch Once, Rip Twice members did participate in a small holiday swap, which I posted about. I was set to share my own project last week, but instead I had a mini rant last week when I lost my pictures. Oh well!
It's long overdue, but I really wanted to share the other projects that everyone else made for our challenge!
Mad About Plaid Challenge Round-Up!
This project from Amy at SewNBows one is completely different than what we have had before...
It's a plaid outfit for an American Girl doll! Isn't it an awesome skirt? I would wear it if I was doll-sized! Read all about it here. :)
Next, from MammaNene of Serger Pepper this Sheer Plaid Top! I can't believe she found a sheer plaid fabric, and it looks great. :)
Here is her post about the top AND lucky for you, she has her pattern on sale today! Check it out here. :)
ChiChi from ChiChi Loves started to make her plaid coat using the same pattern as I did!
In her Facebook post on Stitch Once, Rip Twice's page, she mentioned that the pattern runs large, and I totally agree! I still think hers looks amazing and I have never seen a mint green plaid like that. Sweet!
Tiffany from Tiffany's Notions and Knits sewed these plaid pajamas for her hubby!
Check out her thoughts on the pattern here and a few more detailed shots. They look so comfy cozy!
So this challenge, we had a just a few amazing projects, but we're racking our brains in the group right now, trying to figure out our next challenge so everyone can make the deadline. As always, if you are interested in joining, send me an e-mail or send a request from the Facebook page.