It’s that time again! Time to Bundle Up! No I’m not talking about staying warm for cold weather, although with the current snow storm here in New England we are doing just that. I’m talking about that time of the year when you can get 11 new patterns at a fraction of the cost; and the more you buy, the more you save. I’m sure you know the theme by now. But in case you don’t, this sale’s theme is for the girls! I absolutely love all the patterns and now own them all. These will certainly help keep my girl stylish for awhile.
Today we are taking a closer look at one pattern on the Bundle Up tour! The Freestyle by Everything Your Mama Made (EYMM) is a fun and comfy pattern for girls, and boys too! It comes in sizes NB-18 as well as 18″ doll. There are many options with this pattern such as 3 lengths (shorts, capris, and pants), 2 waistbands (straight or pointed), and 3 hem options (plain, cuff, or elastic). You could make many different looks with this one! The back has elastic for fit and comfort. The hardest part of the pattern is making the pleats, which isn’t hard at all!
I used a very cool woven fabric I have been hoarding for awhile waiting for the perfect pattern. Well this was it! I just knew it as soon as I saw the pattern. I couldn’t be happier with the results. For baby girl I made the 12-18mo with the pointed waistband and elastic hem. The fit is great with room to grow. She looks absolutely adorable (yes, I’m a little biased) and comfy in these. I also made matching doll pants too! Don’t they make such a cute pair?
Like I said before, this is just one amazing pattern in the Bundle Up Sale! You have to check out all the others. Trust me, you won’t be disappointed. Make sure you also check out the Pattern Revolution blog for all the giveaways during the Bundle Up sale. There are some amazing prizes you don’t want to miss. While you are on your cyber travel checking out those amazing prizes, don’t forget to also stop by these other blogs and check out the stunning outfits made from these new patterns!
Wow, the bold print you used for these is just perfect. And your little model is such a doll!
Wow, too adorable for words!