Today we’re sharing an outfit Annie has been wearing all spring and summer! Better late than never when it’s a llama queen outfit, right?
We paired the llama jersey knit fabric with some pink and white CLUB stripes fabric, and some gray knit from our stash. (Still attempting to reduce the size of our fabric stash over here!)
The llama queen graphic was a fun addition we decided to add. Annie is NOT a drama queen, so it was a fun and silly item to make. We used the Cricut Maker machine to cut out the llama, and the words. For the little blanket on the llama queen’s back we used a scrap of fabric, and just stitched it on over the vinyl llama after we ironed the llama in place. The selvedge at the bottom creates a nice fringe effect!
For the llama queen shirt, we used our beloved Camden Raglan pattern. Annie loves the fit of this shirt, and I love how quick and easy it is to sew. I haven’t told her, but I can sew one up in less than 20 minutes!
The skirt pattern is the Skipalong Skort pattern. It’s also a favorite around here for several reason. First, pockets. Need I say more? Second, there are shorts hidden underneath, which Annie and I both love! Third, Annie loves how “play friendly” the width of this skirt is. She loves pencil skirts, but can’t run as fast in them, she tells me!
As with all the Raspberry Creek CLUB fabric we’ve used, this fabric is soft and durable for everything my kids throw at it. Or roll in it. Plus, no pilling after wearing this llama queen outfit steady for a couple of months already! The llama fabric also comes in french terry fabric too.
Annie had fun trying out some “llama queen” poses! Really, she’s too sweet for it to be effective!
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