When you realise that your three year old is happy to match mummy – you run don’t walk to the sewing machine! I mean how cute are mummy and baby (ok not really baby anymore) matching sweatshirts?! I ordered this amazing narwhal sweatshirt for me but as soon as I realised I had enough scraps for both of us it was happening! I mean we all know twinning is winning right?!
This is the second Papercut Patterns Kyoto Sweater I’ve made so clearly I am becoming a fan! You might remember this one I made a little while ago. Anyway, I can’t say too much because I’ve written a whole blog post over on the Minerva Crafts Blogger Network. So click here to read the full post.
Disclaimer: ⭐️Fabric was provided free of charge by Minerva Crafts, as part of their Blogger Network programme. Patterns and other supplies were bought by me. All opinions are totally my own, and I wouldn’t recommend something I didn’t like!
Pattern: Papercut Patterns Kyoto Sweatshirt and Made By Jack’s Mum Adventurer Raglan
Size cut / adjustments
For me: made the size S at the bust graded to M at the hips, shortened by 3 inches for a more cropped look.
Anything Sustainable about this one?
The only good thing is that I used up almost all my scraps on making the small version so every bit got used! And I made my son’s version two sizes too big so he should get quite a bit of wear out of it!