It's an exciting MIP Monday this week, as today is the day that the Make It Perfect book is launched.
Now you should be able to find one in a bookshop near you.
This is what it looks like...
|Pic from here|
There are a few blogs hosting giveaways of the book.
So if you can't wait for Santa to bring it then head on over to
and try to win yourself a copy.
Just to tempt you further, here are a few more test patterns I made for items in the book.
Picnic in the Park Capelet.
|Ideal for over a dressy outfit for stylish warmth|
I couldn't resist making this pattern up in the lovely thick red wool that I have had waiting for the perfect project.
It's a very sweet little cape that hangs nicely around the shoulders but the shaping at the bottom leaves the child's arms free, for gathering flowers to take to Grandma's perhaps...
|The perfect button was on hand too!|
The Butterscotch Skirt is a sweet unisex pattern with a front placket detail.
This one would make a great beach cover-up if made it one size larger - or added a little length to it.
|Little Miss G was very happy with her froggy shirt!|
The Snacktime Vest is another great unisex pattern.
A vest is ideal for keeping small busy people warm at the park, without the bulk of a jacket or jumper.
This one is made in some Sandi Henderson Farmers Market, this print is still available in the Meadowsweet 2 range.
|Ideal for keeping your back warm on cool days in Spring and Autumn|
I even made a couple of things for me, including the Gelato Skirt that I made using some fabulous Pippi Joe 'Orchard' print in red and the same lightweight denim I used for this dress.
|This skirt has red topstitching throughout to complement the fabric.|
Whay are you still here?
Go I said!