This was a recent birthday gift. One of my friends on an online sewing group was destashing her mom's sewing stash, and when I saw this print, I knew it'd be perfect for a new scrub shirt for my mom. Though it wasn't done for her birthday, it was done and mailed in time for her to wear it to their church's yearly VBS program. (Apparently her fellow volunteers and the kids keep track from year to year whether I've made her any new scrub shirts?)
So Tigger is of course colorful and adorable on his own merit....but I discovered after prewashing the fabric that I didn't have enough to also make the bias binding for the neckline from the main fabric. Instead, I stole from fabric designated for a different fabric (don't worry, it's at the local JAF - I can get more!) to make the bias binding. Then, I figured that to tie it together, I should also use it for the tops of the pockets. Makes it look intentional, and added bonus that it's easier to find the pockets in the busy print!
No pattern matching here for the pockets - the print was busy enough. And I think the orange tonal print looks great against the blue background and Tigger.
I hope everyone really likes this one!