In September I decided I needed to choose a designer each month and dedicate myself to sewing up patterns I hadn't ever made by that particular designer. I have this tendency to see a new pattern and say, "I NEED this pattern in my life." I buy it, download it, and file it away in Dropbox. I may or may not actually make something with that pattern within the first few months of acquiring it.
I designated September as the month to sew up at least five patterns from Peek-a-boo Pattern Shop that I hadn't made yet.
First up was the Violet. This comes in dress and tunic lengths and has three sleeve length options.
Twist & Shout Dress. This pattern can be made as a top or a dress, and has single and double skirt options, multiple back views. My daughter chose the simple back, double-skirt version, so that it would be dress-code compliant. She even wore it to her roller-skate birthday party.
Tatum Twirl Dress. I even blogged about it here.
Lullaby Line Bodysuit & Lap Tee pattern and the Lullaby Line Pants & Shorts pattern. I hadn't made anything so tiny in a long time! I used these same fabrics to make mama the Sun Kissed Tee with the maternity add-on.
Poppy Polo. I think my favorite part of making this dress was when my daughter said, "Mommy, the top part feels like a school girl dress, but the bottom part makes me feel like a princess."
Little Miss Sunshine Tee and the School's Out Shorts are both super quick sews.
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