Sunday, September 6, 2009

KS 3234 - More microfleece clothes . . .

It's fall time again so I'm making microfleece tops and pants again. We use these for everything from pajamas to long underwear to regular daytime shirts. I'm making five sets of shirts and bottoms using KS 3234. I've used this pattern so many times and I'm only on the S size. It goes all the way up to size XL which is 12-14. My girls are in the XS size range but The Boy is in the S size now. Only one pair is for my son. The other pairs are for another girl friend who has 3.5 YO boy twins. The cuffs and neckline are either solid green or green stripes. The photos really don't show the green at all. All the embroidery is from UrbanThreads.com.


I love that I can use random stash buttons for the appliques.

Some of these are hard to see but you can make these photos larger by clicking on them.


This is favorite one.


How cute are these?




I hope to cut out and start a pair of pants today for myself but my brother-in-law is in town with his kid so we've been catching up with them. We'll see what gets done.

6 comments:

Kristine said...

Super cute, lucky kids! I've got to get my embroidery machine going for more than the FD logo's!

Linda said...

Very cute!

gwensews said...

Very cute tops, and something the kids will have that is not like anyone else has.

Bunny said...

Very cute. I love the stitch you used around your appliques, effective, obvious, and distinct!

Pam~Off The Cuff ~ said...

Cute tops !

My nieces have already reminded me that I need to start making them new fleece tops....they call them their "soft cozies".

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

I've been using the same patterns for my son for 3 years now. I traced each size onto fabric that is exactly like plastic/flannel backed tablecloths (purchased at Joanne's with a coupon). Love the shirts and I bet the kids do too!