Monday, February 16, 2015

A Peasant Fit For a Princess

If you are anything like me, sewing has to be fit in between the thousand and six other things you have to do in a day. Laundry, chores, groceries, school responsibilities, kids - you name it and sewing probably isn't one of the things that easily makes the list. That is exactly why I love it when there is a pattern that you can grab quickly and have the finished garment completed in no time. The new release, Vivian, from Create Kids Couture fits the bill perfectly. 

I was a tester of the Vivian in the tween sizes. I tested the 15/16. It is a peasant top with several sleeve options and an attached sash. I did a 3/4 sleeve with shirring and the length is perfect for covering the behiney for school if they want to wear leggings with it. The tween edition goes from 7/8-15/16. There are no pattern pieces except for the arm hole cutout templates, so you can go from cutting to sewing in no time flat with no pattern pieces to put together. The pattern also has directions to add a cute ribbon accent at the bottom. 

The Vivian pattern is on sale right now at the intro price of $6.00. You can find it here

Here is the cover picture

And here are my tester pictures

As usual, CKC has another great tween pattern that you can make fun and current for your older girl. Check it out while it is on sale!

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