I have started doing hot yoga two times a week and I love it. I can feel myself getting stronger and more flexible, which was my number one reason for going.
The fabric has a great feel and is moisture wicking, a plus after hot yoga. The fabric was very easy to sew and for the most part was constructed on my serger. I did use my regular sewing machine for the zipper.
Love this picture, Junior is looking one way and I am staring the other and we are both to intent.
The pattern I used was Jalie 2682, I wanted the 1/4 zip look and I have made this one before. My only change was to add 1" the the front and back bodice.
I am a bit off on my zig and zags on each side of my zipper, which aggravates me a bit. The front bodice is lined with the same fabric and wouldn't you know those zig-zags match perfectly!
To show I am learning new things in yoga and how nice this performance knit works, I will start in prayer and work on growing my tree.
Yes, I can do a very nice tree and even better in class with no shoes and my feet really planted firmly on solid, level ground.
My initial plans when ordering this fabric was for yoga pants. One thing I didn't think of is the white, you know when you stretch this it gets thinner and a bit see-through. I do want to make yoga pants but I will look for a dark background fabric!
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I will pick a winner on Thursday, March 4th, so the drawing ends midnight central time on March 3rd.
Disclosure I received this fabric as an allowance from My Fabric Designs. I was able to select the fabric and what I wanted to create from the fabric. The opinions of the fabric are all mine.