Have you heard about the awesome new pattern form An of Straight Grain?! If not, then you are missing out. Hoppe is a jumsuit pattern that was designed in collaboration with Fabienne from the blog 128. It comes in two styles (with or without a front pleat) and you can choose to make it with halter straps or shoulder straps. It is sold in PDF format or in paper form and it's designed for sizes 18 months to 12 years (what a great size range, right?).
Thursday, June 30, 2016
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Tuesday, May 24, 2016
I had the opportunity to test pattern from Chalk and Notch, the Top Knot Romper. This pattern is seriously so well drafted and illustrated. I can tell Gabriella Longfish poured her heart into this pattern. It is very detailed and well explained, with easy step by step instructions and an interactive table of contents! If you decide to buy it, you will not be disappointed.
The pattern comes with many variations including, short sleeve, long sleeve, shorts, pants and dress version (maxi and knee length), making it perfect for every season and any personal preference your little one might have. It comes in sizes 18-24 months to 12 years.
Sunday, May 1, 2016
I was one of the lucky testers for the new patterns from Cali Faye Collection, The Trophy Jacket and the Jogger pants. Both of these patterns are now for sale on the Cali Faye Collection store and come in sizes 2T to size 10.
I made the drape option on the Trophy Jacket. There is also a zipper option, which is super cute! I will make the zipper version next. The style is a cropped jacket style and it has a fitted look.
For the jacket, I used a black pleather and I lined it with a beautiful red satin fabric.
Thursday, April 21, 2016
Today I'm sharing my versions of the gorgeous new pattern by the talented Heidi from Elegance and Elephants, The Mori Dress (there is a 10% discount at the end of this blog post).
I love the flounce style sleeves and the easy fit. I also love the fact that it doesn't have any closures, so it's easy for my little girl to put it on and take off by herself. She's starting to be more independent and enjoys dressing herself. :D