So, yes, I have a Scout Woven Tee problem. I was feeling pretty bad about my lack of diversity until I came across the blog One Million Dresses and the amazing Sarah who has made over one hundred Emery Dresses, and blogs them all. I decided that my Scout Tee addiction isn't so bad after all, and that other seamstresses like to make and re-make easy and favorite patterns just like me. (I wouldn't mind moving on to the Emery Dress one day and making a million cute frocks like Sarah's ...)
Having said that, I am actually venturing out into some other patterns, but had already cut out these two Scout Tees and felt like I needed to finish them up.
Presenting Scout Tee #7 : yet another miáucoles tee shirt, a.k.a. another catnap top.
I had cut this out before I made my recent double-catnap bess top ... and actually, for the record, I don't see anything wrong with owning an entire wardrobe of catnap clothing. (Lizzy House might have told me that she's considering a Catnap 2 line ...)
I so love this cute print, called "Cattitude." It's perfect for miáucoles (my version of Spanish-Wednesday-meets-cats), right?
It made an appearance in my instagram Me Made May wardrobe before I had a chance to blog it here. I'm also wearing a hitchhiker scarf and a really really old Koigu hat (unfortunately, so old it was never recorded in ravelry!). If I look grumpy, it's because I was standing in the rain, though you might catch a glimpse at the amazing rainbow that was *right* behind me. (I almost ran away to look for the gold!) It's been raining straight for the past week here in Colorado, which is highly unusual -- and we're expecting up to 10" of snow for Mother's Day this weekend!
(Waiting for summertime ...)
Pattern : Scout Woven Tee
Fabric : Catnap by Lizzy House
Mods : slightly longer hemline