Thursday, April 10, 2014

FREE Girl's Shirt Pattern: The Izzy Top

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What's better than an easy, adorable, FREE sewing pattern?  Not much, if you ask me.

You may have seen my previous post about 2 Izzy Tops I made from an old bed sheet.  If not head on over and check them out, but don't forget to come back!

After I made the first Izzy, I knew I had to make more to be a staple of PiePie's Spring/Summer wardbrobe this year.  So... I made SEVEN more!


Not only was the pattern I used to make these shirts free, but I used all scrap fabric left over from previous project to make all seven shirts.  So, that kind of counts as them being almost free, right??!


I really do love this pattern and highly recommend it.  The Izzy Top pattern comes in sizes 18m-12!  To download it, click here.  

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13 comments:

  1. All your fabric choices are adorable! I love that you made all the tops with scraps.

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  2. That's adorable! Pinning and following. :o)

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  3. Very beautiful. Cannot believe they are scrap fabrics

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    1. Thank you! Yes, all scrap fabric from other projects!

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  4. I love them all! You certainly have prettier scraps than I do :)

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    1. Thanks Teri! I'm glad you like them and thank you for the great pattern!

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  5. They are all so cute these tops!! Well done!!

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  6. These are awesome! I love the Izzy top!

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    1. Thanks! The Izzy is a favorite of mine for sure!

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  7. Thank You For the Sharing... Its really inspired me...

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