17 November 2015

Japanese Series - Part II

You can find Part I HERE!

Today I bring you Francisco's Japanese clothes...
(If you clic on his pictures it will take you directly to the posts with all the details).
I've made it before and during summer and they still fit perfectly. Since the weather is crazy and we are having hot temperatures at this time of the year (summer in November?!?) he has been using all of it over and over again. 
My Japanese books collection is growing and now I have more patterns for boys, but when I've started to sew from japanese books the only one that I had with boys stuff was Sew Chic Kids
1. Both of these shirts were made for special ocasions. Both recycled from Dad's old shirts...
2. This is one of my favourites. He looks too cute with it! It's getting small so I don't think it will have much more use... anyone with a 2 year old (or a petit 3 year old) want it? 
3. This is my pattern for shorts! I've made several already! I love the back pockets and the faux fly (although I'm too lazy to make it the major part of the times). I already have 2 pairs planned for winter. Just because its cold doesn't mean you can't dress your kid in shorts! Francisco is always in shorts... Little ones are never cold!
Finally tomorrow I'm going to show you all the details of Teresinha's closet! All sewed specially for this tour!

Sara organized all of it and there's a link up so you can play along too :). All details HERE!

There is an AMAZING giveaway running along with this tour !
There will be three lucky winners among all of the lovely readers. Each winner will win one of the following prizes: 
- One pack of 2 two Japanese Sewing books from Tuttle Publishing
- One pack of 2 two Japanese Sewing books from Tuttle Publishing
- A $40 fabric voucher from Urban Sew 

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Check out what all the AMAZING bloggers are sewing...
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15 comments:

  1. I love this book for boys! Those shorts are the perfect height, need to make some too! and your fabric choices are so cool! Can´t wait for tomorrow! :D

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    1. Se nao fizeres a faux fly (so fiz uma vez) e super rapido! LOL

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  2. These clothes are gorgeous. I've sewn all of this patterns and they are great. Love your fabric choices, specially for those fun shorts. You are amazing honey <3

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  3. What perfectly lovely outfits. I love your choice of fabrics and colors and how they coordinate so well.

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  4. What perfectly lovely outfits. I love your choice of fabrics and colors and how they coordinate so well.

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  5. Francisco is a very lucky boy ;-) Love everything!

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  6. Francisco surely has the best boy's handmade wardrobe :)
    I love every single piece, but those shirts - wow, I'm so impressed!

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    1. Tks! Need to make some long sleeve ones now ;-)

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  7. My favorite is also number 2, really cool detail to use pink on the tie and I think it's great for girls as well.
    I also have that book and love it, bit still didn't get around to sew anything from it ��

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    1. Tania ha um sew along antigo para esta tunica de capuz. Esta optimo e poe o passo por passo... :) http://youandmie.com/happy-homemade-sew-along/

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  8. Oh my! What an adorable collection of separates for a little boy. Definitely sew chic.

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    1. I'm really glad that the weather was holding off... until last week he was able to wear all of it! I guess the cold finally arrive... so back to the sewing machine to make him some wintery clothes!

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