Sunday, January 27, 2013

Renfrews #8, #9 and #10

After so many makes with this pattern, there's really nothing left to say except, "Look at the cute fabric!"


Number 8 was made a couple of weeks ago.  I've already worn it once and the cute little floral print made me feel smiley.

Vintage Peach Green Floral Cotton Jersey Knit Fabric

Numbers 9 and 10 were made on Friday.  All three have the round neckline, as that's the neckline I like best on me.   Numbers 8 and 9 have long sleeves, and number 10 has 3/4 sleeves.

Retro Poppy Peach Cotton Jersey Knit Fabric

Vintage Bird Floral Red Cotton Jersey Knit Fabric (currently only available as a half yard cut) 

Now that these pictures are up, I can start my 2013 FOs page!  Woohoo!

29 comments:

  1. Yay! I have about 12 Renfrews... mostly the scoop style too. It's just so perfect for everything! i've never even tried the v-nick or the short sleeves... Such a great pattern!

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    1. I've done all the variations but the V-neck. I actually kind of like V-necks, but I always seem to be using fabric that I think doesn't suit them! Plus, I'm a little afraid of sewing that point!

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  2. Your Retro Poppy Jersey is my fav this drizzly wet morning.
    Have a great day, Gail.
    Hugs

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    1. It's funny: I liked it online, and when it came I was a little disappointed in it. But once I started making the tee shirt, I fell back in love!

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  3. Ooh, I've had my eye on the bird fabric for while. Lovely shirts!

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  4. Yay for happy fabrics, happy Renfrews and a new page :)

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  5. Love the happy fabrics! Every time I wear one of my 'frews, I find myself wishing I had a closet full of them. I suppose I should just go ahead and grant myself that wish...

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    1. Hehehe - I'm pretty sure you have plenty of stash fabric you could use!

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  6. Love that retro poppy fabric. I think I need to try a Renfrew for myself, it seems very popular!

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    1. I've got to say, I've gotten my money's worth out of this pattern! I definitely recommend it - Tasia's instructions are so clear!

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  7. Sigh ... Renfrews. I need some more too. I love your fabrics, especially that bird fabric -- waah! I meant to buy some but didn't jump on it (kind of uncharacteristic of me, really) ... hope they give me a a second chance and re-stock it...

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    1. I know what you mean: I find myself ordering for just that reason. I'm really glad I jumped on this one.

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  8. Super fabric choices, and all three look great - you seem to have nailed this pattern perfectly! You will be whipping them up in your sleep...J

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    1. Thank you! I don't know about sleep, but I can do them without looking at the instructions now!

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  9. Shazzam! Another three renfrews as if by magic! Fantastic! You are unstoppable! :)

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    1. Hehehe - that might become a problem! You guys might have to stage a Renfrew Intervention!

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  10. love them! a gal can never have enough nice t-shirts.

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  11. I know that I don't know you very well apart from our blogging/ravelry exchanges, but I truly think that those shirts are so perfect for you, exactly your style. The fabric is also a perfect match for a casual shirt. If you started up your own clothing line, I would be a loyal customer.

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  12. I love, love the bird fabric!!

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    1. I have to admit it's my fave too!

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  13. You can't have too much of this good thing, renfrews are awesome. I adore that bird fabric too, soooo cute!

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    1. It's so cool to be able to make whatever tee shirt I want!

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