Thyme vest/ Veste Thyme-One Thimble 14

La revue One Thimble 14 est sortie il y a déjà un moment. J’ai eu coup de coeur était pour la veste sans manches -Thyme- de Karly de Paisley Roots. C’est certain que je ferai aussi la robe Loli de Bobkin et le couvre bouillotte de Twig & Tale. Je dois aussi dire que j’ai acheté la revue pour voir le super tutoriel de mon amie Alison Barnett (Mama Panda).

One Thimble 14 magazine was released a couple of weeks ago. I had a crush for Paisley Roots’ sleeveless jacket -Thyme-. I also bought it for the dress Loli dress from Bobkin and the hot water bottle cover from Twig & Tale. I must also say that I got the magazine to read the great tutorial of my friend Alison Barnett (Mama Panda).

VESTE THYME:

-Grandeurs de 2 à 12

-En anglais seulement

-Unisexe

-Niveau intermédiaire

-Impérial et métrique

-Impression par grandeur unique avec Adobe

-Charte des grandeurs et mesures finies

-Instructions illustrées

-Patte de boutonnage avec boutons cachés ou non.

-Pièces additionnelles pour le rabats de poches disponibles ici: Rabat de poches

THYME VEST:

-Sizes from 2 to 12

-Unisex

-Intermediate level

-Imperial and metric

-You can print only one size using Adobe layers feature.

-Size chart and finished measurements

-Illustrated instructions

-Option of hidden or visible snaps.

-Additional pocket flap pieces available here: Pocket flap

Pour compléter l’ensemble, ma petite chérie porte un  ONE t-shirt qui était aussi disponible dans l’édition no. 13 et ici: One Pattern ainsi que le capri Souris.

To complete the outfit, my little darling wears a ONE t-shirt that was also available in issue no. 13 and here: One Pattern as well as a knee lenght Souris.

 

 

La fashion wannabe yes, j’en suis encore une- que j’étais lorsque j’ai étudié en design de mode n’aurait JAMAIS fait des vêtements de poupée. AhA! Imaginez! Aujourd’hui j’assume et j’ai même du plaisir à le faire. Pour la veste j’ai utilisé un patron d’anorak trouvé sur Pixie Faire que j’ai un peu modifié pour faire matchy-matchy.

The fashion wannabe that I was -consider that I am still one- when I studied fashion design would NEVER made doll clothes. HAHA! Imagine! Today I assume and more, I do have fun to make it. For the jacket I used an anorak pattern found on Pixie Faire that I have a little bit modified to make matchy-matchy.

Si la veste vous intéresse ou n’importe quel autre fabuleux patron de la revue no. 14, cliquez ici (lien affilié):

If you want to give a go to the Thyme vest  or any other fabulous pattern of the issue no. 14, click here (affiliate link):

 

Bonne couture!

See ya!

M

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8 Comments

  1. Karly Nelson

    April 9, 2017 at 11:19 PM

    How adorable is that???? Love the fabrics you chose and so fun that she’s matching her doll!!!

    1. Mel Henry

      April 10, 2017 at 6:37 PM

      Thank you Karly, such a cool pattern. Thanks xx

  2. Alison

    April 10, 2017 at 1:42 AM

    Haha, oh that is BRILLIANT! How great is that last photo with the matching outfits?! Oh, bravo, Mel! Love everything in this blog post. (And always happy to inspire you to read One Thimble!) :-)

    1. Mel Henry

      April 10, 2017 at 6:37 PM

      Thank you Alison! I was so curious to see your tutorial, which is beautiful BTW :)

  3. Emi

    April 11, 2017 at 6:06 AM

    Wowowowow!!!! What an adorable outfit! I love everything!!! Especially that sweet vest!

    1. Mel Henry

      April 11, 2017 at 5:58 PM

      Thank you so much Emi! I really enjoyed sewing it!

  4. Tanya

    April 14, 2017 at 7:48 AM

    Love this whole set SO much Mel – I am desperate for some time to try the souris pattern!! My girls will love them

    1. Mel Henry

      April 14, 2017 at 8:46 PM

      THank you Tania! Actually, it’s a very quick sew ;)

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