it holds up great in the wash i made a hoddie a few weeks ago much cheaper than buying a hoddie with somthing already on it i did use the actual fabric crayons from crayola i did know you could use just regular ones and i've been doing stuff with theses since i was little (memories of pillow case drawing parties)
i just finished the tunic in a sweatshirt fabric it's cute it's a little big but not to bad it should look cute i'll post pictures asap i have cute and started to sew on the dress but put the long sleeves on it so we will see i'm at a stand still on the dress due to school and frustration with my sewing but as soon as i get some pic's i'll post them.
well i have finished mine but i'm not at all very happy i had to rip out all the seams and start over this morning and i staqrted another one yesterday b/c i had given up on the one i finished yesterday so i think i might alter the patter a bit while i sew leave some things out but we will see what happens i'll up date you soon (i hope)
well to bad i didn't read this earlier today b/c i cut mine a size bigger than what i needed oh well at least i got my fabric at wally world for $1 a yard. and now I'm stuck at how you sew the top to the bottom do you put the right sides of the bottom and top together or what??? if any one can help thanks i would love to finish this tomorrow and since this is the closest i have ever come to finishing a pattern i would love to do it right.