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Paneled Sunsuit Pattern

Hello blog friends old and new!

I have some fun Summer makes and new patterns to show you this week and next. First up is the highly anticipated Paneled Sunsuit from my good friend Call Ajaire!

Pattern: Designs by Call Ajaire - Paneled Sunsuit
Available exclusively at UpCraftClub through this weekend.
Available on Etsy and Craftsy next week.

Fabric: Deliciousness from the Imagine Gnats shop - Teeny Dots Double Gauze in yellow, and Chambray Union Stretch in light indigo. YUMMY.

I am a hopeless sunsuit/romper/onesie fanatic, so this pattern is perfection to me!  It's got an incredible size range, and a fit that isn't 'babyish' on my five year old. You know what I mean?

I made View A, the short sunsuit. I was actually a tester for this pattern, so I can tell you first hand how much effort and detail went into its design. There are some great techniques and details in the Paneled Sunsuit - whether you've been sewing for years, or are new to the craft - you can create some seriously gorgeous and well-finished looks with this pattern!

Just take a look at ALL THE OPTIONS included in the Paneled Sunsuit pattern... I mean. C'mon!
As if this is not enough, Ajaire is offering a FREE newborn-sized version of the tank, so you can get a feel for her style of pattern-ing. Trust - it's FAB! Detailed to the max.

Speaking of details...

So get yourself over to UpCraftClub for your copy of the Paneled Sunsuit. I truly can't wait to see more of Designs by Call Ajaire... I have no doubt she'll be a phenomenal resource in the pattern world!

HEY! Happy Fourth of July weekend, everyone!

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  1. I totally get the "not babyish" part! It's soo hard to find a good romper that doesn't look like a baby onsie. Your sun suit looks soo cute!

  2. Thank you friend!! I love this one so much. Double gauze is so lovely for the bodice. :)

  3. Absolutely! As adorable as baby onsies are... sometimes a young lady wants to look a little more grown. ;)

  4. You are so welcome my love! Congratulations on your inaugural! :D :D :D

  5. I love the colors you chose! I used double gauze, too, because my daughter often complains about things being "scratchy" against her skin. You've convinced me that I have to go find some chambray....

  6. Same over here, Emi! I primarily sew with knits for that exact reason, but double gauze is just so so soft!



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