Laela Jeyne Sasha, Charlotte and Sammy PDF Sewing Pattern. Art Gallery Overshot,

Laela Jeyne Plaid and Boots Blog Tour

Laela Jeyne Sasha, Charlotte and Sammy PDF Sewing Pattern. Art Gallery Overshot, Indigo Window Crystal Voile, Triangle Tokens Metallic Ink

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Do you love Blog tours as much as I do? I’m so excited to be a part of the Laela Jeyne Plaid and Boots Blog tour. The theme for today is Black Friday Shopping. As I was choosing our patterns, my first priority was choosing comfortable outfits for both Madeline and I that we could easily wear all day. If you’re going to make it through a day of Black Friday shopping, comfort is a must!

Laela Jeyne Sasha PDF Sewing Pattern in Art Gallery Observer Indigo Crystal Window Voile.This was my very first time using Laela Jeyne Patterns. For myself, I chose the Women’s Sasha PDF sewing pattern. The Sasha pattern comes with many different options including a button down bodice, faux wrap bodice, blouse, mini, knee, and maxi length skirts, romper short or jumpsuit pant bottoms, and sleeveless, short sleeves, 3/4 sleeves, and long sleeves.

Art Gallery Voile Observer April Rhodes. Laela Jeyne Sasha PDF Sewing Pattern.

I opted for the button down bodice, 3/4 length sleeves and mini length. After sewing up my tunic I decided to add a hem facing to give the tunic a little bit more weight at the hem. I also added elastic to the sleeves.

Laila Jeyne PDF Sewing Patterns

Art Gallery Fabrics Observer

I was so excited when I found out the Art Gallery fabrics had offered to sponsor this tour. If you’ve read my posts before you know what a huge Art Gallery fabric fan I am.

PDF Sewing Pattern Sasha Dress from Laela Jeyne. Art Gallery Observer Voile

Shibori dyeing is all the rage this year,  and I’ve been dying to try my hand at it but I haven’t had the time so you can imagine my excitement when I came across this gorgeous Indigo Crystal Voile fabric from Art Gallery fabrics. It’s part of April Rhodes Observer line. I decided to plan the whole look around this one fabric. Overshot Gold and Triangle Tokens were the perfect choices for Madeline’s outfit to complement my fabric choice. I love that these fabrics are a little bit different than what I would have normally chosen to sew with. I’ve been trying to sew things a little bit outside of my comfort zone lately to find my style and this was a fun experiment!

Art Gallery Knit Fabric Triangle Tokens and Overshot Gold.

For Madeline’s outfit, I used the Charlotte Girls Leggings PDF sewing pattern and the Sammy Swing Dress PDF sewing pattern. I cut a size 3 from both patterns to give her a little bit of room to grow into this outfit during the winter time. I adore the hi-lo back on this dress as it’s so stylish and it’s a super quick sew. How cute are those little boots I found at Target? I originally bought them in a size 10 and she hated them. Granted, they were too big but little miss was totally not loving the idea of boots. So I returned them and bought a size 8. Now she’s magically in love with them. She’s actually been wearing them for two days straight, even through nap and bedtime. I’m going to have to pry them off of her feet her soon.

Laela Jeyne Sammy Swing Dress PDF Sewing Pattern.

How cute are those little boots I found at Target? I originally bought them in a size 10 and she hated them. Granted, they were too big but little miss was totally not loving the idea of boots. So I returned them and bought a size 8. Now she’s magically in love with them. She’s actually been wearing them for two days straight, even through nap and bedtime. I’m going to have to pry them off of her feet her soon. 😂

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Art Gallery Overshot Gold Knit Fabric and Triangle Tokens. Sammy Swing Dress PDF Sewing Pattern.

I paired my tunic with a cognac belt and hat from Target and a pair of cognac Steve Madden boots. Who else has a cognac leather obsession? It’s such a perfect color for fall!

Shibori Dyed Fabric

PDF Sewing Pattern Tunic.

I’m so pleased with how this coordinating look turned out and I know we will both get plenty of wear out of these pieces. Make sure to stop by the other blogs listed below to get even more Laela Jeyne pattern inspiration.

Art Gallery Fabrics Indigo Crystal Window Fabric in Voile Observer line from April Rhodes.

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Tour Schedule

Monday

Kaleidothoughtidle sunshineAllie J.

Tuesday

Sew PinspiredSewSophieLynnThe Wholesome Mama

Wednesday

Nini and AshSew and Tell ProjectSweet Red Poppy

Thursday

Pear Berry LanePaisley RootsThreadbear GarmentsLace and Pine Designs

Friday

Olive AshbySunflower SeamsElegantine

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25 Comments

  1. Yours and Madeline’s outfits are both so beautiful!! And I just love her with that purse 😍😍

  2. I definitely have a cognac obsession! I love that it works all year round, but I agree it looks especially good in fall. Y’all’s outfits are so cute, love the styling.

  3. oh so sweet! I am definitely inspired to try that mustard knit on my blondies! I always think we need to stay away from it but we just may be able to pull it off.

    As always, your styling is fabulous. You have taken prints that don’t necessarily catch my eye in swatches and made me want to rush out and get them on my cutting table ASAP!

    • I always steer clear of mustard colored anything. I meant to make a infinity scarf so that they yellow wouldn’t be against her skin but of course I forgot until we were walking out the door for the photo shoot! Ooops! I picked out colors for this tour that wouldn’t normally have caught my eye to try a different style and I ended up loving it! I guess I’ll have to stray from florals more often!

  4. Love your fabric selection especially your dress. It looks to have a great weight. I’m often afraid voile will be sheer but this looks marvelous.

  5. Kristine Clay

    I love the blue distressed look.

  6. So good! I love your styling, and these are beautiful as always!

  7. I just love what you made! Your Sasha is great and I think the elastic sleeve is a great mod. I’m sitting here working on my post and have realized I have almost the exact same outfit for myself that you made for Madeline. So funny. I know you have great taste, so maybe you are rubbing off on me. 🙂

    • Isn’t that so funny! I wish I would have made a matching one with Maddie after seeing your dress! You looked fabulous in it!
      I think next time I do that mod I’ll add a little bit of sleeve length. They ended up just a tad bit shorter than I would have liked.

  8. I absolutely love what you have made – they are some of my favourite AGF prints! I might need to make myself a Sasha tunic now!! <3

  9. Beautiful styling and sewing! Thanks so much for joining the tour!

  10. I love everything about your looks. The fabrics, the styling! All soooo good!

  11. I love your blog! These are so pretty! 🙂 I love to sew purses, and I would really like to start making clothes. Is there an easy pattern that you would recommend for beginners? Thanks so much! <3

  12. Kimberly McQueen

    I absolutely love what you did with these prints! I’ve been trying to get me and the kids to venture into adding some color to our wardrobe, and these make me want to race out and order some cute fabrics and sew up some love! I love that your daughter loves those boots that were just a few minutes ago unloved. My daughter does that to me all the time so I had to laugh a little at that. Beautiful creations!

    • Aren’t kids the funniest? She absolutely hated them and now she won’t take them off. I’m glad you liked the color. I was hesitant at first to go with these colors but I ended up loving them!

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