Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Project Run&Play season # 7 : 2nd week "M&M inspired for my sweetie"

Last week at Project Run&Play was super fun. All 80 entries from sew-along group are wonderful and the designers's creations are all gorgeous. The best part of it is the fun begin again this week with the theme candy inspired looks.  The looks from designers are marvelous as always and you can vote for your favorite here. The sew-along entries here are also breath taking! And I can't help but join in this week theme with this sweetie outfits...
m & m's inspired hoodie and skirt
Top was made with The recess raglan from SeeKateSew. Using up-cycled tee for the main part and add the girly factor with the pre-ruffled sleeves. I was also add the ruffle lined faux leather hood to go with the skirt.
You may found that almost of my knit projects are up-cycled. That's not because I'm so green person. (I'm try to reuse but the big bunch of fabrics that I keep stock up don't say so) But I just simply can not find knit and especially cute printed knit at my hometown. So, the up-cycled is only way to go.


The recess raglan with faux leather hoodie 
I was also add the ruffle trim and pom pom to the top to ensure the sweetness degree. I'm so in love with this pattern. You can see the first one I made here.

Pom pom trims at he neckline and the skirt.
The skirt was made of Insa skirt from farbenmix which came with the book Sewing Clothes Kids Love that I bought for long time but just got the chance to use it.

Insa skirt with trims
This skirt pattern is very fun and has many options up to your imagination. I'm sure to make this skirt more for my girl.

m & m's looks
Do you like those m&m's peek out from under skirt? The faux leather also looks like chocolate but the most candy likes thing for my girl is the pom pom. I found she tried to taste them for once and have to speak to her not to do so.

The girl with her rhino baby, she said it's her sister.

Love Love!

The reason for choosing m&m's looks was it 's the girl favorite candy. She also love twix bar but I was happen to have fabrics suited for this theme. So, we go for m&m's. 

Thank you for stop by, I would love to hear from you. :)

Love!

26 comments:

  1. The 'hidden' m&ms are so fun! I know our niece would LOVE to have a pom-pom trimmed garment!!

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    1. My girl love that pom-pom so much. Unfortunately I can't finished another flip, the W pants on time. :(

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  2. Beautiful outfit! I think you did a good interpretation, also is so perfect for autumn.

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    1. Thanks! I made these with autumn in mind but actually, my country doesn't has autumn.
      It's cute, that's all :)

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  3. Love it, especially the skirt - so fun!

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    1. Thanks, the Insa skirt is really fun to sew. Love it :)

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  4. This is beautiful! I love everything about it. Of all the candy looks this is one of my favorites. :-)

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    1. Thank you. Your creation is so clever. Love the color theme and your model is just cute!

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    2. Thank you so much. I just read your message this morning and it really made my day. I don't know why I didn't mention it in my first post but your little model is also very beautiful. I think your words of "sweet as the candy" are quite fitting for your adorable little girl too. :-)

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  5. I just love it! Love the colors and the little m&m's poking out! Great job!

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    1. Thank you, you hoodie and legging are so fun! really love them.

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  6. So sweet! I love the ruffle sleeves, and the faux leather. Gorgeous!

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    1. Thank you. To set all ruffles staying on the right direction was take me a million hours. But I also love the result. :)

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  7. Oh, so Cute! Great chocolate-looking fabric choice! Love the skirt!

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    1. Thank you. The skirt's also my girl favorite, especially the pom pom. :)

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  8. Great interpretation of m&ms! Such a cute yet functional outfit!

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    1. Thank you! Your all creations are amazing. I especially adore your pea coat. :)

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  9. very cute. I love especially that skirt.

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    1. Thank you, I love your twizzlers dress so much. Do you have a plan to do the tutorial for this ? :)

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  10. too cute! i have two little girls that would love this whole look!

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  11. The insa kirt is my favorite pattern and what got me into sewing. I just love this outfit! Really cute. I love the colors. And how it all goes together : )

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  12. I don't think I've seen ruffled fabric used on sleeves before and I love it!! Great idea and great job :)

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  13. The details are amazing...the bottom of the skirt and the ruffle fabric are so darling!
    elizabeth

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