Fluffy Cozy embrace cardigan

With the fall and winter setting in our girls are in need of cardigans. The Cozy Embrace Cardigan by Made by Runi is just perfect for that and it is pattern of the week, which means you can get it with a discount this week!
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I had some teddy fabric in my stash and was looking for a pattern that would fit that fabric. Then I saw this cardigan and thought this pattern would be perfect for this fabric. During our sewing weekend my sewing buddy, who buys at a wholesaler sometimes, brought this lovely fox teddy fabric with her. So I bought a meter from her and made this vest with it. I also made a dress from it, but you will have to wait until it makes it to the blog. The teddy fabric for both our girls is so soft and cuddly I just want to touch and stroke it all day long.
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Our girls love their cardigan, they are totally into these fluffy, soft fabrics. For our middle daughter (with the fox fabric) I sewed the band and cuffs with the right sides together so that the fluffy fabric is on the outside.

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Making pictures is sometimes a challenge. Our eldest is never in the mood for making pictures, while our middle daughter always loves to make pictures. Once our eldest is convinced to make pictures, she is doing great and loves doing it. The best and quickest photoshoots are when they are together having fun.

Fabric: the blue flower teddy fabric comes from textielstad, the foxes and blue teddy fabric comes from Nooteboom
Pattern: Cozy Embrace Cardigan by Made by Runi (English tutorials are available at her blog)
Sizing: 80 -164 (12M – 14Y). Also available in women’s sizing (34-58)
Options: 3 different lengths and with or without pockets.
Difficulty: 1 out of 7 stars, so an easy pattern to sew.

# Fabric this week: 0 in – 5 out (Total fabric in 2019: bought 87 new fabric – used 74 fabric – used 9 gifted fabric – used 15 scrap pieces of fabric) – in total 87 in 98 out
# Patterns in 2019: 17 in – 14 out (4 new patterns, 10 already owned unused patterns)

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