Weather is still warm but I’m already thinking fall wardrobe. Laurel is a favorite as it is completely versatile. Whether you need it for spring or fall this can fit your everyday needs for your LO.
Babies NB – 24 months & Size 2t – 12 years
Dress or Tunic
V-neck or Curved neck
Dramatic hem with ruffles
Short, Mid or Long sleeve
Quick read instructions (for pros, lol)
Easy to follow visual and written instructions
Layered printing (save on ink and paper and print only the size you need)
So here in Michigan its cold all day and then heats up after 5pm. I opted for a tunic length. I also didn’t feel like doing ruffles so I did a band instead. I used the same measurements as instructed in the cutting chart and just folded in half. I omitted the armband and just did a simple 1″ hem.
Regardless of mods you make with Laurel this a simple and quick sew. I was able to finish the tunic in under 30 mins. The instructions are easy to follow and the pictures help tremendously.
So now your probably wondering ok, so what does the actual Laurel look like. This is an older photo of a tunic length Laurel. I did long sleeve with bands and opted to do a lace hem on the tunic.
If you have yet to grab your copy make sure you grab it, HERE.
I also would like to take the time to bring a pressing issue that the ladies of Petite Stitchery & Co have brought up. If you have the extra time and fabric, please consider donating your time and efforts to help adDress Houston. PSco is calling all sister seamstresses to help adDress the needs of Huston, TX! You can use Petite Stitchery &Co patterns or any patterns you own to help sew clothes for those in need.
HERE is a link to the sign up form if you would like to volunteer. Anything that you can do to help those in Houston is greatly appreciated ❤
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Thank you so much for reading. Happy sewing!
Peace, Love & Bedoo Bedoo – Sofia
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