Last week I started sewing up some of the great patterns from the Sun & Surf Collection. I began with the Beachy Boatneck sewing pattern. I love the 3/4 length sleeves, boatneck, curved hem and generous length. I was so excited to sew up this pattern for both my boy and my girls!
I started with one for my middle daughter (I’ll share later in the week). Then I decided to make a handful for my son. I cut three out and once they were cut they only took me an hour and a half to sew all three. And that was with little distractions here and there. Pretty sure this one of my favorite patterns.
This was a size 2T. It fits perfectly and it’s adorable on him. The green stripe fabric on the left was some leftover I’ve had from this adorable green dress that was one of my first internet sensations a few years ago. It was from JoAnns. The middle fabric was from Michael Levine Loft in L.A. and the fabric on the right was from SAS Fabrics in Hawthorne.
Then I made one for my oldest daughter. She’s a size 6 but she has been for a couple years. I’m hoping she’s got a growth spurt coming soon so I made the size 7. She is very picky about neck holes that are too large so I made the neck opening a little smaller.
I love this shirt. The fabric was from Michael Levine Loft.
You can also see a few more of the Carousel Tops from the Sun & Surf Collection that I made:
Here are a couple Beachy Boatnecks from around the web.
I’ve had a stack of patterns printed and ready to sew up for a couple days but life has been happening. And now I’ve got one kid throwing up but I hope to sew up a Santa Monica Cinch, Submarine Pullover and hopefully some Coastal Cargos this week.