I do not sell the pattern or share dimensions. The design is not copyrighted. You are welcome to knock off the pattern or email me to place an order. T-shirt quilt orders are taken Nov.-Jan. The rest of my year is spent doing Prom and Bridal Alterations.
A t-shirt design plus three color options. Creating the annual 8th grade party/class shirt design was done using black, white and bright royal screen printing ink. A-Team apparel out of Prairie City, IA were contracted to print and fine tune the design. The finished product was a huge hit. Thanks A-Team Apparel for sponsoring the Pella Grade Party this year!
Kudos to all those parents of 8th grade girls that have spent the last 6 weeks looking for “The Dress”. The idea of finding the perfect dress by far outweighed the actual hunt experience. That infamous day is almost here and I have come to realize my calling. After 8 hours at the Mall of America and placing two different website orders we settled for a dress that would work, only to head to the fabric store the next week to start all over. We found some fabric and drafted a pattern to create a dress Maddy would feel confident and comfortable wearing. After talking with many of the girls and their parents, so many had the same experience and settled for a dress that was “okay”. The dresses available to these girls are too short, too tight, too skimpy and too much black. If the money and time were no issue, I would create a unique and individual dress for each and every girl in the 8th grade. Thank heavens prom is 3 years away!
While I no longer created custom bridesmaid or wedding gowns, I will from time to time take on custom flower girl dresses. For this bride four custom Flower Girl dresses were created in bright coral taffeta and satin for a fall wedding. Dresses were created to fit each girls personality and body style. Can't wait to see the formal group pictures.
Our 10 year old decided she wanted to create a lemonade stand for our garage sale. She painted an appliance box we picked up from the local furniture store and then had fun with her cricut decorating it.
It's that time again to create the Annual 8th Grade Party t-shirt. Wordle was used as the inspiration to create this t-shirt design. It became alive with all 180+ students names. Note: Wordle only allows you to use up to approximately 80-100 words. Additional words and names were placed using post it glue while cutting and pasting. A-Team Apparel out of Prairie City, IA polished up the layout, created the vector art, screen printed the shirts and sponsored the annual party. A big thanks goes out to them for all their hard work in creating such a fun shirt and for generously sponsoring the 8th Grade Party!