The next fabric we’d like to share is the Adventure Mapped cotton jersey fabric. We used this to make 2 garments, and they’ve become very fast favorites around here.
Adventure Mapped is the main print from the Project Nature Adventure fabric collection. It has elements of all of the other designers fabrics in it, and was put together by Toya of Made by Toya. The resulting fabric scene looks like a fun treasure map!
Annie is wearing the Adventure Mapped fabric in the Forest Friends story in the Project Nature Adventure lookbook. We self-drafted a pencil skirt with sporty side stripes, for her to wear with the Tip Top Tunic in Binoculars fabric. The silhouettes work perfectly together. We of course included bike shorts into this skirt because they’re a must! Annie has been wearing this outfit constantly.
Adventure Mapped cotton jersey fabric is super soft, and doesn’t pill or fade with repeated wearing. This is super important because kids wear their clothes often and give them a hard go of it! This fabric has stood up to the test of repeated washing and wearing. We highly recommend it’s quality.
The fawn mask Annie is wearing is a digital design created specifically to go with the Project Nature Adventure collection. You can find it in the Project Run & Play shop here.
All of the designers sewed garments using Adventure Mapped fabric. You can see from this spread in the lookbook how versatile this fabric is, and how much fun we had creating with it!
The other garment I sewed with Adventure Mapped cotton jersey fabric is another Polo Romper for Baby. It’s just the perfect pattern from this chubby baby in hot summer days.