Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Car Seat Cover and Superhero Doll- More Sewing projects

I've been on another sewing kick lately. This car seat cover was for a friend who is having a baby soon. It was very easy to make although I butchered a corner pretty badly:) I didn't use a pattern but just eyeballed it with a friends carseat. I used a yard of the gray zebra fabric and a yard of the soft yellow chenille fabric, both found at Joanne's. 
 This was a doll for a birthday party. 
I purchased a pattern at Dolls and Daydreams for this one and it was very detailed and easy to follow. The instructions were visually pleasing to the eye and I would highly recommend using any pattern form her shop. The cool thing is that you can sell your creations as long as you give credit to her shop. This little superhero also has a pair of glasses and a bowtie and both glasses can actually be worn.
Both were fun things to work on. I just am amazed that these things can be created out of a piece of fabric with minimal effort. I think that is why I enjoy sewing so much.

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