Pattern Reviews

Petite Stitchery Oversized Andy Raglan and Jessica Skirt Patterns

I was able to test out a few new patterns for Petite Stitchery these last few weeks.  The Jessica Skirt and Andy’s Oversized Raglan in Baby, Kids and Adult sizes all released this week and are great for mixing and matching!

First, let’s talk about Andy’s Oversized Raglan.  This pattern is an oversized, loose, flowy fit.  All sizes of these are designed to be unisex patterns with feminine details available as well to dress it up.  The baby sizes range from nb-24 month and include options for a crop top, shirt length top, dress, onesie or bubble romper.  The kids sizes offer a huge range from 2T all the way up to 17 and adult sizes range from XS-4X.  Both the kids and adult patterns offer options for crop top, shirt length or dress.  There are cap sleeves, short or long sleeves in all 3 patterns and a sleeve ruffle that is optional on the cap sleeve length.  The long sleeve has an option of a flowy sleeve with elastic wrist or a more fitted traditional long sleeve.  There is also an optional ruffle for the bottom of the crop top.

I sewed up a different option in each of these patterns!  For the baby size I sewed a bubble romper with long sleeves and added the sleeve ruffle.  The bubble romper has leg bands with elastic and a snap placket on the crotch for easy diaper changes.  I blended an 18 month width with 24 month length and used an adorable fawn print I got ages ago from Girl Charlee that was perfect for Valentine’s Day this week!  For my bands and ruffle I used double brushed poly from Knitpop and I paired her romper with the Opal Socks in thigh length worn scrunched down.  I can not get over how stinking cute this romper is and plan to make her several more for Spring!

For the kids sizes I sewed up the dress length for my six year old who is in a dress only phase.  The dress option features a drop waist and gathered skirt.  I used the cap sleeve with ruffle for her dress.  All of her measurements fit into the size 6 so no size modifications were needed.  This fabric is from the Doodles line at Joann Fabrics and I paired it with a double brushed poly also from Knitpop for a pop of bright aqua.  My daughter loves this dress and it will be great in those upcoming hot summer months!

Next up are both the  adult size raglan and the Jessica Skirt.  I made two different tops and made several of the skirts.  These two patterns pair together perfectly and make me feel put together without much effort.  All of my measurements fit into the size medium so no size modifications were needed.  I made a top length and a crop length with ruffle both with ruffled cap sleeves and both are made with rayon spandex fabric.  Now let me just say that this belly has not braved sunshine or the outdoors or the public in probably 10 years (hello 4 babies worth of stretch marks).  I was terrified to try the crop option but also wanted to be open to the idea.  Can I tell you something?  I LOVE it on my body.  The loose and flowy fit makes me feel confident and comfortable.

The skirt features either a fitted or a-line silhouette with multiple options including pockets, slits and different lengths.  I sewed a maxi length fitted skirt with modest side slits (thigh length slits are also an option) and I also sewed up the a-line in mid-thigh length.  The fitted skirt has a contoured waistband and the a-line skirt has an elastic waistband with optional drawstrings.  Even better, the a-line skirt is perfect for a mommy and me set using the Lola pattern.  Now, let’s talk fabrics.  The sunflowers are a scuba crepe from Knitpop, the maxi skirt is a ponte and the pineapples are French Terry.  Are you ready for picture overload?

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These patterns are on sale for a short time and are eligible for bundle discounts on the website as well!  I’d love to see what you create:)

**I RECEIVED A FREE COPY OF THESE PATTERNS AS PART OF THE TESTING PROCESS. ALL OPINIONS ARE MY OWN. THIS POST CONTAINS AFFILIATE LINKS**

 

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