Sunday, September 4, 2016

Popsicle Top: Pattern Review

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The Popsicle Top by Oh Sew Kat is the perfect shirt pattern for your doll!  It's a simple tank, so it can be paired with just about anything, plus it can be reversible and it's easy to embellish.  I highly recommend this sewing pattern.


The Popsicle Top is an easy sewing pattern.  The instructions are also very clear and include lots of pictures.  (If you want to just print straightforward instructions there's a page for that too!)  I've been sewing off and on for a while, but I think even someone just learning to sew would be able to make the Popsicle Top.


This is a great project for either fat quarters or the leftovers from other projects.  I used random bits from my scrap bin and I just love how these shirts turned out!  I'm excited though, because now I have a perfect project anytime I fall in love with a fat quarter and just "need" to have it.  (I do need to remember to get some more Velcro, I only had a teeny amount in my stash.  If you're making doll clothes you're going to want some extra on hand too!)



I don't know about you, but whenever I use anything from my scrap bag I am reminded of the original projects.  The above top is made from some scraps from my Fabric Headbands, a dress I cut up for fabric, and some bias tape from the edging of a quilt for Catherine.  It's a walk down memory lane!  (Also pictured are the Sandbox Shorts, also by Oh Sew Kat!, and a little sweater I knitted which is modeled after the In Threes Sweater.)



This top and skirt set is made with some of my my favorite quilting cotton.  I made matching Mommy and Me Easter dresses with it one year.  (Art Gallery has a gorgeous knit fabric that is quite similar that I'd absolutely love to have!)



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13 comments:

  1. These are so adorable! I can't wait for my little girl to get an American Girl doll so that I can make fun stuff like this! :)

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  2. This is such a cute top! So many possibilities! It could be my 1st sewing project!!

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  3. I love the versatility of the top. I can see so much potential! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

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  4. Super cute -- would work well with all different fabrics.

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  5. Cute top - it reminds me of the tops from the 60s beach movies

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  6. So cute, and I love the fabrics you chose. It looks like an easy pattern to make!

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  7. This top is one of the easiest to make--she's resized it now for Wellie Wisher dolls and it's just as adorable!

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  8. Can't wait to make these tops and have so many trims to use on them, too.

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  9. Cute top that looks easy to sew -- would be a good beginner project for my granddaughter.

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  10. A must have top to go with the too cute shorts!

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  11. I love when little girls can match their doll! The pattern looks super easy too.

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