First up is the Prudence Jacket. With a cute puffy short sleeve large floppy collar, and faux belted waist.
Next up is the Maggie Mae Tunic. Seriously one of my favorites! It has all of my favorite things, clean lines, pleats, pockets, color blocking and buttons!
The sweet curved lines and color blocked body is cute and fun and so easy to mix and match with any combination of fabrics. I made two for Abbey. One in this mustard and teal linen (made in her current size) I love the big fabric covered buttons for the back and the fun bright colors.
The other one I made her was actually the first one I made her, it’s a touch big since I made it one size up but it’s nice that she will grow into it, and still be wearing it when Spring actually arrives (ha!) This one was made with a slub linen and cotton. I just love the clean lines and modern feel to the tunic. The pattern also offers a dress length. It would make a great easter dress!
A little something for boys! I have a few others in the works but seriously they will likely be for fall, for now though I have the Nowhere Man Pants!
Next up is the Sadie Tunic. This one almost got scrapped. When I started the Spring collection I made 8 designs. Some got scrapped right away, some were just too complicated (as in if I can barely figure out how to make is I certainly can’t tell someone else how to make it) Some just don’t “inspire” me enough. Sounds weird. Well this one was one of those, I liked it but I didn’t love it. Then I remembered the Penny Lane dress. I am still in LOVE with the button shoulder, so with a little edit the pattern finally made me happy. Out of the scrap bin, and wouldn’t you know it’s my husbands favorite top, to think it almost got passed up.
(shown Abbey is wearing the 2T when I made her 3T later but I didn’t change the pictures out so they are a touch short on her)
These are some darling little pants flat front and elastic back. 4 pockets and a little button flap at the ankle. They can also be made without the button flap for just a regular leg pant. The leg is a slim leg, like a skinny but not uncomfortably tight like a “jegging”. They can be perfect with most any fabric but something with a touch or stretch would be the most comfortables. Shown is denim without stretch, but stretch would make them be a tad more comfortable and gives a little more wiggle room, although I would not recommend making them from jersey or other knits, since they would likely be too large for something with that much stretch. Maybe go one size down if that is the case.
We would love to see your fabulous creations!