I just have to share with you the other brother and sister set I made for these munchkins of mine.
These two are pretty happy with their new clothes!!
I have so many photos but some are a bit blurry, taking pics of two kids dancing is no easy task when you are total amateur photographer. They are just so cute I have to include some of them. I just decided I’m going to do two blog posts on these patterns because I made two sets of outfits. Although what I’m showing you here was my first muslins I like them so much that they totally deserve their own post.
The fabric I used for these is quilted knit from simply by ti, I’ve had the fabric for some time just waiting for the perfect patterns for it. Now that it’s getting colder here jackets in a heavier fabric are perfect. The jacket comes in a long version which is perfect for boys and a shorter more sporty version which is perfect for girl. But you can also switch it around just as you prefer!
I made Viktor the long version and blended sizes to get the best fit for him. According to his measurements he falls in size 9 for chest and length and since he still has a bit of his cute baby belly his waist is a size 12. The pattern has great instructions on how to blend for different sizes and by doing that you get a perfect fit every time! Can you guess his dance move above?
For Anita I made the sporty version and her size is all over the place. Her chest is 5, waist is 4 and length is 8 and by blending sizes I got it perfect for her as well. Photographing this awesome pink colour was very hard and the lighting outside was super unstable, you just have to believe me when I say it’s awesome.
The skirt sews up super fast, the overlay piece gives it something unique and you can play around with your fabric combo. I used ponte for the inner front piece and the waistband and I blended sizes from 4 waist, 5 hips and 8 length.
The Seronera has welt pockets on each side but since these were only my muslins I only put one on each jacket.
I might be biased but these two are just too awesome for their own good! I for sure need more unisex patterns so I can get them on a photoshoot together again.
(This post includes aff. links, but my opinion is honest and my own)