Thursday, August 8, 2013

22 Tumblin' Along


When Rachael invited me to do the blog tour, my mind raced with endless possibilities of modifying the Tumble Tee. I thought of adding fun pockets like the pouch I did HERE and I thought of altering the sleeves to make it like a dolman style dress, but honestly... when you have a great basic design, why change it?
So I didn't.
And I'm happy.
The fabrics were from my last trip to L.A.'s fabric district.
I had other plans for these fabrics. The floral was intended for the older girls and the stretch lace was for a different top for Lala. Change one-change two and here we are!
The pattern was quick and easy. I think the only hard part was deciding whether to make it a top or a dress. Perhaps the next Tumble Tee will be a modified rendition and yes... there will be a next!
So have you made a Tumble Tee, yet? Haven't got the pattern?
Say wha?!
Do I have a goody for you!
Leave a comment here no later than August 16th, the winner will be announced on the 18th and Rachael will send the lucky duck their very own Tumble Tee pattern.
Easy-schmeasy!
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So keep tumblin' with us and make sure to visit all the other lovely blogs on the tour!


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22 comments:

  1. oh, i love love love it!! the lace in the back is perfection :) yayy!! XO

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  2. Hopping over from Imagine Gnats. I love your version of this pattern and what an adorable model! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  3. Oh man!! This is my favourite one so far! Love the stretch lace!! :-)

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  4. Oh my! What a pose! Sexy Lala! Great pattern and love your version! Wanna make one too!

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  5. Wow! Totally my favorite tumble tee to date!! It is awesome.
    Heidi @ handmadefrenzy.blogspot.com

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  6. Love the dress so cute and would love to win the tumble tee.
    Kellymsummers at gmail dot com

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  7. Hi Venus, I'm tumbling down to see Lala and her new tee! :). Last week when JC saw the SS dress you made, she also asked me to make one for her, it's because kangaroo pocket that too cute! :)

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  8. So very cute! I love the back!

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  9. adorable. yours is my favorite version so far!

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  10. Your fabric choices are amazing and your little girl is adorable! I love her tights too!

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  11. Adorns! Love the turquoise lace . This top makes me think od early Madonna. Get Little Miss Some bangles!!

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  12. adorable!!!! I want to work with stretch lace! I need to move back to the U.S.!!

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  13. Beautiful - the girl and the dress! I love the lace back - very chic.

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  14. So cute and perfect with the tights!

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  15. You certainly know how to make a basic design S H I N E ! ! ;)

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  16. cute!! thanks for the chance to win!

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  17. I love yours! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  18. This is A-Dorable!! Love love the colorblocking!!

    I visited you a few times during KCW, great to be back! :)

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