I've been sewing up a storm lately and scoping out all the new Spring patterns coming out. How about getting a big 50% off your next pattern purchase AND checking out a new pattern? Seamingly Smitten is hooking up Sew Can Do readers with that very thing - just keep reading!
For a new look for the new season, the new Oak Street Romper Pattern lets you can create a cross-bodice romper with a deep v or more modest coverage. It features a gathered, elastic waist for a comfy fit.
I'd never thought of making a romper for myself before, but seeing how cute this different top & bottom half version looks is making me re-think that:
There are four sleeve length options too: sleeveless, short sleeves, three quarter length sleeves or long sleeves. Plus make the shorts portion in your choice of three inseam lengths: 4”, 6” or 8”.
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Like the fabulous Lesley Flutter top. I bought this pattern last year and love how easy it was to make and how chic it looks on. I did mine in a navy stripe (my full review can be found here), but it's perfect for Spring in colors like this:
Or the Magnolia Street Wrap Dress, which I've made too. It's an easy sew and so comfortable and flattering on:
Plus there are some seriously adorable kid's patterns to pick from too. I've made several of these as well:
|From left: Adelaide A-Line Dress, Maddie Peplum Top, Rory Girl's Romper, Boy's Romper|
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Seamingly Smitten is a paying featured advertiser at Sew Can Do. The opinions are completely my own, based on my honest experiences using & purchasing patterns from this shop.