It’s Louis’ last day of school before Christmas break tomorrow and they aren’t required to wear their uniforms…so naturally I needed to make him something fun and festive. Because that’s just how we operate as a family. Louis went upstairs with me to my sewing room and we picked fabrics and talked about what he wanted. I wasn’t planning on printing anything on it, but the first thing kiddo said was that he wanted something funny. A little while later, we had it all figured out. A dabbing Santa. I mean, what could be better than that?
I’ll have you know that he was the one to place the final letters for “tree” on the design. I am starting to get a little nervous that my 7-year old is about to take over my job. Maybe more than a little.
As per my usual, I thought it would be fun to share the design with you fine people as a freebie. We’re cutting it close to Christmas, but in case you have one more shirt you’d like to make…Louis and I have you covered.
Pattern: Jolly Roger Raglan by Patterns for Pirates
**The download is packaged as four file types: SVG, DXF, PNG and PDF. Just unzip them and you’re ready to go! Please do not share the files, claim them as your own, or profit off of my design in any way. They are for PERSONAL USE ONLY.
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