Monday, May 29, 2017

The Fighter Tee Blog Tour

Introducing The Fighter Tee

It's been quiet here on the blog but not so quiet behind the scenes! A couple of weeks ago I released my first pattern, The Fighter Tee. The Fighter Tee isn't just any pattern though. 100% of the proceeds are going to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.



That's right. 100% of the proceeds.

This is my first year as a St. Jude runner. By signing up as a runner, I promised to raise $1000 for St. Jude. I wanted to combine my passion for sewing with my passion for running. And what better way than to create a pattern and donate the sales to my run.

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is dedicated in helping children fight life threatening illnesses. No family is ever given a bill. I am doing a very small part in helping raise money for this organization. But every little bit helps!!

If you would like to give directly to St. Jude, you may do so through my runner's affiliate link. 


The Fighter Tee is a unisex pattern and available in sizes 2T-12. It's relaxed fit and really great for knits with drape, such as athletic fabrics. But it works well with your favorite cotton lycra, also! The Fighter Tee features side accent panels on the body and sleeves. This makes the main portion great for those custom panels you may have in your stash! If you or your child prefer a less relaxed shirt, you can size down a size. The Fighter Tee was drafted professionally by Tami, the designer behind Love Notions Patterns. Tami donated her time in helping me draft this pattern and I can't thank her enough for everything she did.


Thomas loves the fit of this shirt. He likes a looser fit usually.

To help spread the word about The Fighter Tee, I've called in some amazing bloggers to do a little blog tour. I can't thank these ladies and their kids enough for helping me do this.

I also had some amazing help from testers. Many of them joined me on the blog tour and I'm so excited to have them be a part of this!!

Thank you to everybody who has helped me do this.



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1 comment:

  1. This is an outstanding cause to be working for! I just love how our sewing community pulls together to support each other and our passions outside the sewing world.

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