This is one of those other projects. There is this really cute ruffle fabric that I love! If you haven't seen it the fabric comes with ruffles already sewn onto it.
One morning I woke up with the great idea to make raglan t-shirts with it. Okay, but there was a problem. I don't know how to sew clothes (at least not very well, and I usually end up cursing it about halfway through) and I couldn't find a pattern. Low and behold the internet came to my rescue once again. I found this great tutorial on how to make your own pattern and step by step instruction on how to sew it together. You can find the tutorial at Craftiness is Not Optional. Seriously, this was a great tutorial and I could show you the steps I took but why? You should just go there and see for yourself.
Here is the final product!
They are a little hard to see so check out the ones further down.
I found the ruffle fabric at Hobby Lobby. I think it was originally about $11 yard, but it was on sale at the moment for around $7. I felt okay about that, especially when they turned out cute!
For the older two I bought 1 yard, and I have enough to make a pillow or something out of it. For the youngest I either bought 1/2 or 3/4 yard. I can't remember but I have some left over of the pink also.
They were not that hard, I just had to line up the ruffles before I cut out the pattern. Really easy!
Sorry, I had to add another picture of all three girls they are just growing up too fast!
If you have any questions leave me a comment or email and I will get back to you!