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Sew Much Love for Tierras

Aww!!! It is September 21st. Happy Peach Day, lovely people!  I am so inspired about this celebration. Why? I am blogging for two companies,   Itch to Stitch and Raspberry Creek Fabrics.

This ITS Blog Tour 2018 is also sponsored by  generous fabric sellers. Here is the comlplete list of the sponsors. Just click their store logos below if you want to see what they are offering for all of us.

Okay, Since it is Peach Day today,  I thought of something that is connected to this celebration. Not only because this has something to do with the peach but it is also perfect  for this project. I am talking about my fabric. It is called Grey Peach Dusty Blue and Lavender Floral Rayon Challis, Flower Child by Maureen Cracknell Art Gallery, Flowery Chant in Subtle.  Yaay!! this medium weight challis will work excellently with my Tierras woven joggers pattern made by Kennis Wong.

Tierras Woven Joggers pattern is created by Itch to Stitch ; for us to enjoy our day doing at-home activities or even when running errands around town.  These tapered, pocketed bottoms will keep your chicness and comfort equally. They’re so easy to make. If you categorize yourself under beginner+, this is the perfect pattern for you to sew up. I understand that some of you hate to print and tape papers together. No problem! The Tierras Woven Joggers pattern now includes an additional large format file (size A0 paper) that you can send to your print shop to print! So, don’t think about the time you will consume in assembling this pattern pieces together.

Now, let’s go and talk about more of the pattern I am in love with.

Tierras Woven Joggers Feature:

  • Elastic and drawstring waist
  • Low rise and can be lengthened to suit your style (instructions included)
  • Deep and functional side pockets
  • Tapered leg for a slim look
  • Optional elastic hem
  • Layers feature (print only the sizes you need)
  • Sizes 00 – 20

 

For me, Tierras are  great not only for spring, summer or fall but I do think they will also do the job of keeping me warm at winter time as long as I use the right fabric.

Trying medium or heavy weight woven fabric? Why not? I might even try fleece for my Tierras on winter time. I love adventure and I will surely try those different weights/bases fabric, Im gonna rock them however I want to. If ever you tried other fabrics other than those I mentioned about, please let me know. Oh! Perhaps it’s better to share it in ITS facebook group. If you haven’t joined the group yet, well, what are you waiting for?

Going back to my project, here are the ways how I wear my light weight Tierras.

Wear them with black tank top.

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Wear them with pink Largo.tierras4-1.jpgtierras5-1.jpg

You may also wear them like Capris.

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It’s all up to you how you want to wear them. But one thing is for sure! You, lovely people, will certainly fall in love with this sewing pattern as well as the fabric I used.  Always remember,  Set your exploring mind free , Raspberry Creek Fabrics has tons of fabrics to offer for you. Just visit their site and find out, yourself.

That’s all folks! Oh! hold on.  If you’ve missed the other ITS bloggers,

 

Thank you so much for your precious time, reading.  I hope this post helped you.

Happy sewing, beautiful people!

 

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