Friday, February 27, 2015

BCWP, Day 27

Today I am going to share with some something that I have already shared, but it is worth bringing back for this series. This shirt.

I adore this shirt. Everything about it. I love this fabric so much. And seeing everybody use it for girl's items made me want to use it for Thomas even more to prove that it is gender neutral. But because of the little pink flowers, it was being used pretty exclusively for girls. 

As you can see, it is very much a "boy's shirt" on Thomas. He loves lighting bugs so this shirt is one of his favorites. :)

And did you know that boys can wear pink underwear too? They can. ;) I'll spare you the model shots, but I can assure you that they are freaking adorable on him and he thinks they are the funniest underwear in is collection.

Excuse how terribly wrinkled they are. He actually does use these. They are clean, I promise. But really, who irons underwear? 

There is still time to entire the giveaway! It ends tomorrow and I will share the winner on Sunday, March 1. It's a pretty amazing prize package, so you don't want to miss your chance to win it.

The prize package includes:
One yard of Stenzo Pit Stop Poplin in pink from Mabel Madison
$25 gift certificate, plus a surprise fat quarter from Phat Quarter Shop
One yard of solid cotton/lycra & one yard of coordinating fabric from Purple Seamstress
One pattern of choice from Paisley Roots
$20 store credit from Peek-a-Boo Pattern Shop
One pattern of choice from Patterns for Pirates
One pattern of choice from Mouse House Creations
Bottoms Up Pants Pattern from If Only They Would Nap
One Pattern of choice from Titchy Threads

Thank you to our amazing sponsors! And there is still time to save 15% at Mabel Madison using the coupon code "PINKBOYS"! That deal ends tomorrow as well. And you can share your pink creations on facebook using the #boyscanwearpink. We would love to see them!!


  1. I have admired this fabric in the store for so long. I LOVE seeing what you have made with it! PERFECT on him.

  2. I love this fabric! I have only seen it as a dress which I would love to make my daughter. Now I want to do a shirt for my son. Yours looks great!


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