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snickerdoodlestew.com · May 14, 2018

One Thimble 19- Monster Mash Pinny

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5/10 Pattern Revolution 5/11 That’s-Sew Kari Beri Bee Designs 5/12 GAAFmachine
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Max California 5/13 Call Ajaire 5/14 Made by Sara
Snickerdoodle Stew 5/15 Candice Ayala Curtiepie
Once Upon a Sewing Machine 5/16 kathyskwiltsandmore Elli and Nells Now that we have that star studded line up posted, let me tell you about the Monster Mash Pinny from Duchess and Hare.

Duchess and Hare is a new-to-me pattern company, but I had the pleasure of hanging out with Bernadette at Quilt Market a few years ago and while she’s the quiet type with a quirky sense of humor (which I totally get!), her designs stand out as classic looks with a fun twist. The Monster Mash Pinny is a perfect example of this!

The standout features of this pinafore are the welt pocket on the bib and the stripwork skirt with POCKETS! The pattern accommodates sizes 1/2 through 12 and can be easily adapted for girls that are between sizes or have to combine sizes to get the perfect fit.

The pattern has a combination of printed pieces and a cutting chart, and the markings for the welt pocket and belt loops help you give the garment a polished look.

I wanted something fun and kitchy to show off these pockets, so I chose Melodie by Ink & Arrow for QT Fabrics. The navy floral fabric shows off a fancy French Horn, while the pop of coral displays the conductor and a circular motif. I would be remiss to not mention my favorite crochet edge bias tape in Coral polka dots from Vintage Door. It’s a great trim to have on hand!

I really think these pockets steal the show. They were what drew me to the pattern in the first place, and it’s what will bring me back to make more! I did shorten the final length by about 2″. The skirt has a slimmer fit than most, so I felt like the shorter length fit the bill. This is an easy adjustment to make after the pinafore is just about complete. I also left off the eyes for the “monster” portion of the bib, only because I wanted the fabric to stand out.

Make sure you follow all of the other posts on the blog tour posted above, and check out One Thimble Ezine Issue 19 for yourself! Whether you are gearing up for Winter in the Southern Hemisphere or welcoming warmer temps in the Northern, you’ll find something to love in One Thimble!

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