Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Mammoth Flannel Cheyenne Tunic

It's flannel week at Imagine Gnats!


My contribution is another flannel Hey June Cheyenne Tunic (see my first one here!), a mammoth flannel Cheyenne, to be specific, which you can read about over on the Imagine Gnats blog... 


Vermonting real hard with this one (although not very Vermont-y of me to chicken out of taking photos outdoors in the cold)!

In any case, go check it out!

14 comments:

  1. It's a cute top but seriously it's time to move inside. I have two scheduled blog posts that were taken outside and I was shivering the entire time so it's time for pictures back in front of the fireplace until spring! *LOL*

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    1. Eek, yes! I initially went outside for these photos and then was like "NOPE!" and walked back in. It was a particularly bitter cold and windy day last Friday.

      I need to find a better spot in my apartment, though- this one is too restrictive. I don't have a lot of solid walls with proper lighting, though. Hmmm.

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  2. I love it. Looks so warm and yet stylish. I've looked at that pattern so many times and now I know its a definite for me. So thank you

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    1. Thanks, Margaret! It's a lovely pattern!

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  3. I have a tunic bible shirt out of mammoth flannel it is so cozy. I love the fabric. How did you get your pattern matching so well on the front sleeves? They look terrific. I've been eyeing this pattern for a while and been trying to decide between this one and the grainline archer popover.

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    1. Hmm- the matching across the sleeve to front bodice seam? It works on at a few spots, some of mine don't line up (although close enough for my taste), but I always cut flat (not folded) and use this method, matching the line across the armscyes and across the sleeve: https://grainlinestudio.com/2013/12/10/sewing-tutorial-quick-easy-plaid-matching/

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  4. Very lovely as usual, it looks so comfortable but also a lovely shape!

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    1. Thank you! I love the shape, too. And so, so comfy!

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  5. It looks great. You definitely need to stock up on the flannel in Vermont. Welcome to the Green Mountain State! I live in St George, the smallest then in Vermont. :)

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    1. Thanks, Michelle! Flannel is definitely more popular here than anywhere else I've lived!

      You live so close! We should grab a coffee!

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  6. A great looking pattern and material. I really like the colors. You look great in it! Its really cold here in Washington run from house to car. My best exercise. We have snow and there is still leaves on the trees. Fall or Winter?? Love the v-neck too!

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    1. Thanks, Barb! Ha ha, I love your form of exercise! My car is parked down a steep set of stairs and an angled driveway- I fear if I ran to my car I would faceplant!

      Stay warm!

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  7. Ooh cute! I need a flannel Cheyenne!

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