Everything Your Mama Made Cozy up to Fall Blog Tour


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Make sure to stop by all the amazing stops on the Cozy Up to Fall Tour!! (Keep in mind that the links below won’t work until their scheduled date, but feel free to click through and check out their other blog posts anytime.)
Oct. 5 - Sprouting JubeJube and EYMM

During the tour, all featured patterns are on sale (save even more by buying the youth/adult bundles!) ... the Four Seasons Cardigan (both women's and girl's), the Piko Top (both women's and girl's), and the Leggings Bundle ('Get Moving' Leggings for women and Jocelyn's Leggings for girls). Use coupon code FALL17 to save 30% off these 6 patterns and/or 3 bundles in the EYMM shop, but only until 111:59pm on October 11, 2017.  

I love participating in EYMM Blog Tours, but I especially love the opportunity to spread the EYMM love by giving away a gift card. Read to the end and be sure to enter a $20 gift card to EYMM. The winner will be drawn at random on October 11th.

This was my first time making the Four Seasons Cardigan. I love it!


It goes together really quick and easy. I did just the regular length and no hood. I'm not much of a hood wearer. I made my Four Seasons Cardigan with a sweater knit I picked up at Wherehouse Fabrics on their remnant table for $2.50/yard. It's really pretty with many fall colors and flecks of gold.


It was the perfect layering piece for my Piko Top and Get Moving Leggings.  My leggings are made with a brown poly spandex sample from Zenith & Quasar Fabric. It has a smooth outer surface with the inner surface having a soft fluzzy surface. It's current;y not offered, but may be soon.


I love the Piko Top and have so many of them in my closet. This blag tour was the perfect opportunity to make another. I've been needed a few more "solid" tops in my wardrobe to pair with printed pants and leggings. I got this gorgeous knit for only $1/yard at Golden D'or. Its a nice eggplant color with a brownish tie-dye pattern.


I like to make the high-low hem version with 3" added in length to mimic a LuLaRoe Irma. But I did opt for long sleeves on this one for the cooler fall weather.


I love all three pieces that I made. These will definitely be in regular rotation in my fall wardrobe together and individually. If you don't have these patterns, sign up for my giveaway. I'll be giving a reader of my blog a $20 EYMM Gift Card.


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