The gals of Pattern Anthology have done it again! They've put together a truly cohesive collection with all the details and style that we've come to expect from them. The collection comes with 4 patterns: the Bookworm Button-Up, the Adventure Tee, The Imagine Jacket, and the Explorer Hoodie. This time around, there are a few different packages to chose from: but basically you can get the patterns for under $5.00 per pattern. That's a steal in my opinion. There's also an e-book of activities for children included in a few of the packages. I've looked over the e-book and am so excited to get started on these activities. Now that summer is here, my girls and I have a lot of time on our hands and its nice to be able to reach for a structured activity. You can read more about the different packages and the e-book here.
I was one of the lucky testers chosen to test all four of the new patterns. If you've never tried a placket, or sewn a collar with a collar stand, or installed a zipper, these patterns are just the perfect place to start.
The Bookworm Button-Up includes boy and girl versions with 3 back options, 3 sleeve options, and 3 pocket options. This is the girly version with bow sleeves and pockets, and a pleated back.
My version of the Adventure Tee has rolled-up sleeves with button tabs and a hi-low hem.
I made 2 Imagine Jackets, one for each girl. For S's, I used a super-soft brushed cotton and for B, a purple velour. Both jackets have ruched sleeves and shoulder patches. I love how different the jackets look with the different fabrics. The jacket also comes with regular sleeves and a color-blocked shoulder option.
The Make (Believe) Collection is available for only 2 weeks, so get it while you can!
(image from Pattern Anthology)