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I loved the Peanuts inspired Fabric that Snowy Owl Custom Fabric sent me from their Autumn Inspired round so much, I would be hard pressed to choose a favorite between it and this Garfield print! I grew up with Garfield comics and still love them so much! Odie was always my favorite!
This Autumn Inspired fabric is covered in fun Halloween and Thanksgiving graphics of Garfield and the Gang! The matching panel says “What a glorious night to go trick-or-treating for Candy! Candy! Candy! Candy! Candy!” Kai may be too young for candy but he’s definitely going to have an awesome Halloween wardrobe!
For this two piece fabric I chose the free Hoodie pattern from Brindille & Twig. I modified it slightly to have an overlapping hood instead of a scuba style hood. These fit Kai’s head much better!
The pants are also by Brindille & Twig! They are the Foldover Pocket Pants, however, I skip the pockets and add a single layer waistband rather than a foldover waistband.
I paired the Autumn Inspired panel and the matching fabric from Snowy Owl with a chevron orange print from So Cheeky Fabric.
The Autumn Inspired fabric round is now on preorder at Snowy Owl Custom Fabric! Available in Cotton Lycra, Cotton Woven, and Bamboo Lycra! Perfect for any project!
Visit their website to preorder this round here: Snowy Owl Custom Fabric
You can also visit their facebook group: here: Snowy Owl Customs Facebook Group
Absolutely the cutest babe ever! Love the fabric aswell. I have sewn for 50+ years and still terrified of knits! I even buy them and just can’t make myself work them up. Uggggg lol
I think they are easier than wovens now! You really should give them a try! 🙂