I made the child’s version of the bowling shirt pattern, size 11/12, for my daughter for her Girl Scout World Thinking Day event. The girls were presenting Tonga and decided to wear tropical shirts. This pattern and my fabric stash to the rescue! Sewed up quickly and my daughter loved it!
Love how my new shirt turned out! Used cottons that have been in my stash for years. Easy, detailed instructions on how to customize the shirt. I added my own adjustments by adding strips of fabric to the cuffs and bottom hem. Fun to sew!
Violet dress, made with a double knit polyester athletic fabric. Not quite as float-y as the recommended lighter weights fabrics, but held up to two days of Alabama humidity! I did not attach straps to back until everything else was stitched since my daughter needed longer straps
Halter & Capri Pants for 14 1/2” Doll. Halter top ties in back and has rick rack on bottom. Also made ruffle on bottom of capris to match top. This pattern has lots of alternatives to change the look so you get different outfits from the same pattern.
This was so easy to make! I made this using one of the alternate choices in the great instructions, adding lace to the front of the skirt and to the top. I also made the top reversible, which is another option in the instructions
This pattern was incredibly easy - each sleeve is cut out of a single piece of fabric, instead of a separate angled fabric bit at the top of the front (like the Leotards 6 pattern). I'm going to be using this pattern quite a bit!