I’m a big fan of this fox fabric. I initially bought it to make this shirt for my nephew, and was happy to discover I had enough left over to make matching outfits for my friend’s sons.
Skill level: This sewing project would be good for intermediate sewers.
Time commitment estimate: It took me about 6 hours total for both items.
I love the pattern I used for the first fox shirt I made (McCall’s M6016), but my friend’s oldest son was too old to fit in the largest size. I was surprised at how challenging it was to find another boys shirt pattern in the next size up. I eventually found one, but I think I’m not as in love with it as I had hoped since it’s a “learn to sew” pattern. Don’t get me wrong, I think the shirt is cute and I’d use this pattern again, I just wish there were more options for boys patterns in general.
If you want to make this project yourself, check out this link for supplies I use for just about every project. Additional sewing supplies you’ll need are listed below:
1. Fabric – I would recommend 100% cotton machine washable with the cutest print you can find.
Gymboree is one of my favorite places to shop for really cute kids clothes. Below are some options for cute bottoms that are similar to the ones that I made above!
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