Tuesday, 30 June 2015

A Nutta Mulberry tunic (pattern Kid Approved) #parissewsocial blogtour & give away

Yay, #parissewsocial is back with a blogtour to show some of the fantastic stuff we got from our sponsors and there's something in it for you too! Regular readers have already seen a couple of makings with the parissewsocial goodies over here and today you can find garments made with the sponsored patterns & fabrics over at all of our blogs, including those of the ladies who won the giveaway!

a Nutta Mulberry Tunic (pattern Kid Approved) sewn by huisje boompje boefjes


Mulberry Tunic

I finally got to make the Mulberry Tunic, a pattern by Olga, the blogger behind Kid ApprovedActually I had my eyes on this one ever since it came out as part of the Willow & Co collection and I've seen some amazing versions around the blogosphere already.

a Nutta Mulberry Tunic (pattern Kid Approved) sewn by huisje boompje boefjesI went with the short sleeved hooded option in a size 3 and just love the result! The tunic has a nice, roomy fit and this version is just perfect for summer, light and breezy. I can definitely see myself sewing up a longsleeved version in flannel for the fall season as well.

a Nutta Mulberry Tunic (pattern Kid Approved) sewn by huisje boompje boefjes

Nutta & Mon Depot

So now let's talk fabric! The plaided fabric is a lovely Japanese linen/cotton blend from Nutta Fabric. Shino has two other gorgeous plaided colour combo's in her shop as well, I just think I need them all.
I matched the plaided woven with a blue jersey we received from Mon Depot, a Belgian online fabric shop, I used it on this tee as well.

a Nutta Mulberry Tunic (pattern Kid Approved) sewn by huisje boompje boefjes




Give Away

And you, do you want the sew up a Mulberry tunic? Than this could be your lucky day because I'm allowed to give away one Kid Approved pattern. Just enter the rafflecopter below, it's open from now till the 10th of July!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

And that's not all! Do check out the other amazing stuff my fellow #parissewsocial bloggers made and win different patterns over at their blogs as well!
* I received this pattern and fabric as a gift from our Paris Sew Social sponsors. However all opinions are as always honest and my own. 

25 comments:

  1. I like the combo of solid and print fabrics.

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  2. very cool fabric choices! love them!

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  3. It's perfect! Love your fabric choice! Happy you enjoyed the pattern!

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  4. I've been wanting to get this patten for my son. I love your take on it!

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  5. I have never seen this pattern before and I'm glad I found it because It would be perfect for my nephew. I really like that it has such a big size range. batresyohana@yahoo.com

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  6. I've been wanting the Mulberry Tunic for a while, great for boys and girls! You're version is so great for boys.

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  7. So cute and stylish for the guys!
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  8. I like it! Great choice of fabric!

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  9. What a comfortable and stylish mulberry! I love this so much!

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  10. Love this! I have the Mulberry for ages and still didn´t manage time to sew it, must do it quickly!

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  11. I must agree with alot of the commenters: the fabric combo is šŸ‘.

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  12. What a cool Mulberry! Aren't Nutta's fabrics the best?
    I think migh need to make a Mulberry this summer too.
    I still can´t believe my kids lost the one I made last Spring...

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  13. I always loved hooded clothes when I was a kid - this could be the start for my daughter!

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  14. Definintly a versatile pattern!!

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  15. Definintly a versatile pattern!!

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  16. Very fun Mulberry! Love the plaid!

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  17. Love this giveaway! thanks for offering it!

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  18. Love your fabric choice. I have this pattern, it's such a great sew, and so versatile being gender neutral.

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  19. Love this pattern! Would be so sweet to sew for my youngest too! Thanks for the chance!

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