Sunday, January 2, 2011

Woody Vest

This was a 15-20 min. project for my little guy for Christmas.
A quick little Woody vest, with the Sheriff star.

Super easy and quick.
cow print fabric 1/3 to 1/2 yard (mine was flannel from Wal-Mart for $1.50/yd)
1 package extra wide double fold black bias tape
scrap of yellow felt, fleece, etc

Pattern is 2T

I didn't photograph the steps, but it's so easy, I just made this little chart instead.

For my vest, I used yellow sweatshirt fleece left over from the Vermont Jacket.
I used the free motion sewing to sew the "Sherrif RJ" and just straight stitched the edges.
You could always use a fabric pen or hand embroider the text on your star too.

Cheap, easy little vest for those Toy Story fans out there.
Remember you can share any vests you make on the flickr group that is really lame right now, with nothing in it, or you could or email your project:


Larissa said...

Love a good Toy Story Costume. My Middle Little Man was Woody for Halloween. He LOVED it.

Sheila said...

Love the pictures of RJ. He has the best expressions. Bet he loved it.

Lynette said...

I love how much candy RJ can eat.

Andrea said...

Every little guy and girl needs a woody vest. Thanks!

Cammie@Flutterbys and Frogs said...

Thank you so much for the how to and pattern! I'll be doing one of these for my lil fella soon! I posted a link to this from my blog at

Glenn Chapman said...

Thanks heaps for this, my 3 1/2yr old just got to be Woody today at a friends birthday... SO Cute!

~Krista~ said...

Thank you so much for this pattern!! I made my son a Woody costume for Halloween, if it is ok with I am going to link back to this post so people know where I got the pattern! Thank You!!!

AustinFam4 said...

I know this post is a few years old, but is there anyway to get the pattern you used?

Tammy Hoover said...

Thanks for sharing this, I just made it for my grandson's first birthday party!!


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