Pattern Review: Sewing the Farrah Girls Peplum Romper from Create Kids Couture



Happy Saturday! Is it a busy summer weekend for you? Last Saturday we had our first swim meet of the summer season. My three older kids are in a little novice league that is fun without too much pressure. Cadie is only 6, just a year shy of the team cut off, so she gets to be the swim fan.

And I do have to mention Cadie’s hair. Some of you will remember I’ve had problems with it in the past. Doesn’t it look tidy? We’ve had a breakthrough since we bought Disney’s Frozen movie. Cadie has decided that Elsa’s braid is the most beautiful thing ever and she will tolerate her hair being braided.

The night before I stitched her up the Farrah Romper by Create Kids Couture. She was very happy to wear it (can you tell?). The fabrics are from Riley Blake, a few different prints that I had in my stash.

The pattern was totally easy and I’ll probably make her another one since she wears it so much (about every other day). I always love when that happens.

So, what have you been sewing up this week? Did you make something with one of my free sewing tutorials or patterns? I would love to see! Tag me on Instagram @sewcanshe.

Happy Sewing!

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