Weighing up to 350 kilos…
Vogue 7433 in a dense polyester and elastane scuba-style knit.
The vast plains and semi-arid grasslands of…
While most at home foraging for information along vast rows of shelving or through the labyrinthine corridors of the Internet, in the winter this creature is a frequent visitor to suburban gardens.
Easily startled, a good picture will take plenty of patience.
Seen in the plains and plateaus of southwestern Africa…
Well, you know. The garden, the kitchen, dare I take her to work?
- You can identify the different species of zebra by the stripe patterns on their:
2. Lord Rothschild had a zebra carriage
3. This foal has a reeaally fluffy tail.
My love-affair with vintage patterns continues un-abated. This jacket has shoulder darts, bust darts and a single sleeve piece.
My zebra not-hide was from Stone Fabrics but it’s no longer available, this at Ditto Fabrics looks to be the same.
Hands-down my favourite event of the sewing blogoverse, thanks Anne for hosting another Jungle extravaganza. May all your (animal) print matching be flawless.
19 thoughts on “Jungle January IV – my jungle has a zebra”
I’m in love! Sometimes zebra looks…..meh. This is such a rich print it looks lovely with the vintage edge. Nicely done!!!!
I was quite scared when the fabric arrived, having never tackled full on animal print. But, I think that I might just be converted to animal every day. Thank you my jungle enabler! *bows as if at Pride Rock in front of Mufasa*
Bravo. Slightly wacky idea, but great outcome.
Pretty impressive taking a zebra print AND a vintage pattern and making it work! I love it!
Thank you! It’s my first foray into full-on animal print and I was quite afeared.