I am so excited to share this blog post today! While I have been quite on my blog I have been busy sewing away on the Nautical Collection for Ellie Inspired! This time not only did I get to test patterns but I also have a few of my own too.
First up is the All Hands On Deck girl's pattern. This cute tunic/pants set is all made in knit fabrics. It sews up so quick and is so comfy for wear. One of my favorite part of this pattern is the collar. I love the construction of the collar so much on this tunic.
The pattern has a capri pants length option and a dress option as well.
Of course Sweet pea's doll had to have a matching outfit too so there is a Mini All Hands On Deck pattern as well. (This is another one of my doll patterns. that I made after Theresa's designs.) She is so thrilled that they can wear the same outfit.
The doll outfit is just like the big girl's.
They both have a cute bow at the collar point and double ruffle skirt. This will be one of Sweet pea's new school outfits. (Yipes I still can't believe she is starting school!)
The third pattern out today is the Starboard pattern, this one is my very first children's pattern!! Yes I am super excited! This pattern also has a girl option as well. A sailor collar bodysuit shirt with either suspender shorts or a suspender skirt option for girl's. The girl's shirt also has a gathered cuffed sleeve. This pattern is for infants and toddlers.
This will be Prince C's Fourth of July outfit this year. I really love dressing up my baby boy still and he still loves it just as much. I am holding onto these days as much as I can because I know he is growing up way to fast. He will 3 this next week. Where did the time go?
Another favorite feature of this pattern is the optional back welt pockets. I love how my little prince loves his welt Pockets! he has great taste in style I think. (Yes really does check for and request for these things at this young age)
You can find the All Hands On deck here
Mini All Hands On Deck here
or you buy all there patterns here