Monday, September 27, 2010

Not Such a Scaredy Cat!

I just happened to find this darling shirt recently, and loved the little glow-in-the dark face!  It reminded me of fun glow-in-the-dark garments that my son wore so many years ago.  Unfortunately, the glow-in-the-dark print seems to prevent the true colors and cuteness of the shirt to be captured in photographs.  So, just use your imagination that those eyes have almost the exact yellow glow as a cat's eyes in the dark.  Those cute little ears and nose are really a bright orange!  The shirt also has little crochet trim around the wrists and neck.  Just sweet and not frightening at all!

Black is not my favorite color for young children.  Halloween is an exception to that rule.  I selected a Michael Miller by Paula Prass, Cobblestone in Black, for a pair of little ruffled pants.  The pattern is Jackie Clark's Britches and Bloomers.  The ruffle is edged with orange medium rick rack.

It looks a little like a costume now that it is completed, but Halloween is all about imagination and fun -- and candy!

Fabric, pattern and trim for pants available at


Brynwood Needleworks said...

What a darling little outfit, Jan! Someone is going to be "glow-in-the-dark" lucky, indeed!

Robin Hart said...

What a darling outfit! Enjoy sewing for that girl while you can. I will enjoy seeing the eye candy.

Mrs Mary Scott said...

I love glow-in-the-dark shirts too! The kids get really excited about them! :)

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