Wednesday, September 29, 2010

School Days Jacket

Mezmur officially has a School Days jacket for when she is in school. This is a large size, because it will be hanging out at Bolt for the next few months. I'm a little bummed I chose to sew something that is out of print...bummer.
For a closer look at this jacket go to Bolt or wait for Mezmur to grow into it and you will see her all around town in her stylish purple corduroy jacket. Bolt does have a few more of these patterns too...it was a great pattern. I think I might make a wool one for Rhett...I have plaid wool in mind. I love Oliver and S patterns!



5 comments:

Duncan said...

Cute. . . I what to see it with the model! Take care. Love me

dan and rachel said...

i check in with your blog from time to time because we also adopted from Ethiopia and i love sewing. i just finished this jacket as well. i made a brown wool one for my son and a red corduroy for my daughter. i really enjoyed sewing this pattern. your daughter's jacket is lovely!

dan and rachel said...

ps i thought the sleeves were a bit too flared for my liking for my son (perhaps his arms are just really skinny!) :) but i wrote a bit in my last blog post on how to my them more tapered, if you are interested. i think plaid wool will be awesome!

Erin Sager said...

gorgeous, I want one...

Christy. said...

Hi,

I follow your blog as I live in Portland too and I love all your projects!

This Christmas, Perpetual Change (theperpetualchange.me) is going to be opening an Etsy store from November 15-December 15 to raise money for a country near and dear to our hearts, Ethiopia. Please go to the website and check out the amazing things that are being done to help the children of Ethiopia.

Here is where you come in… For the month of October we will be collecting donated items to be sold on our Etsy site. Your donated item would go on our Etsy site for the price that you sell it for on your site and in the description your Etsy site would be listed, which will be great advertisement for you. The money we make from the sale of your item will go directly into helping Perpetual Change make a difference.

We would love to have you consider participating in this beautiful opportunity to tangibly help children in need. Please contact me at cgladheim@gmail.com if you have any questions.

You can mail your items to:
Perpetual Change
c/o Christy Gladheim
22297 SW Fisk Terrace
Sherwood, OR 97104

Please include in your package, or in an email, the price you would like your donated item to sell for and the description you would like listed on our Etsy site.

Thank you for your support,
Christy Gladheim for Perpetual Change