Pattern Reviews

Pattern Review: Petite Stitchery Eden Dolman and Ivy Lounge Pants

Petite Stitchery just released four new patterns in their lounge collection and they are so comfy!  I was able to test two of these in kids sizing and can’t wait to share all the details with you!  The Eden Dolman and Ivy Lounge Pants are available in kids, baby and women’s sizing. 

Let’s talk about all the options on the Eden Dolman first.  This top is the ultimate in comfy and casual without feeling like pajamas.    You can choose from tunic, top or crop length with simple v-neck, faux button down v-neck or crossover tied bodice.   Sleeve choices include short, long or bishop and an optional pocket as well.  The kids size range is huge ranging from 2T up to 17 and is drafted for knit fabrics with recommendations of rib, waffle or sweater for the best fit.

Next, let’s go over the Ivy Lounge Pants options.  This pattern has the same extensive sizing included above and is also drafted for knit fabrics.  There are optional pockets and lace-up front along with a variety of waistbands including elastic, yoga, or drawstring.  The women’s pattern also includes low or high rise options.  These are a relaxed fit casual pant perfect for lounging!

My oldest has hit yet another growth spurt and needed new clothes that fit.  She lucked out and got the ultimate in comfy attire with these.  First, I sewed up a pair of Ivy Lounge Pants in French Terry that I have had in my stash forever from Knitpop.  I used the elastic waistband and pockets on this pair.  Her measurements put her into a size 8 width and size 13 length and I had no problems mashing these sizes together for a perfect fit for her.  I paired these pants with a bishop sleeve top length simple v-neck Eden Dolman in waffle knit. This top has NO HEMMING as it is banded on the hem and sleeves so it is super fast and easy to make.  I used the same size grading on her top with no issues at all.  The top also pairs great with high waisted jeans so I included photos of both to show the versatility!

For the next pair of pants I wanted a pair that she could use for everyday wear instead of just pajama or lounge wear.  This pair is also an elastic waistband with pockets but in a mystery knit that has texture similar to a Liverpool.  I paired it with a ribbed sweater knit (also from Knitpop) this time in a regular long sleeve with simple v-neck and tunic length. 

I am always impressed with PSCO patterns from the fit to options and these patterns are no exception.  I will be sewing both Ivy and Eden up for myself next week and can’t wait to share them with you.  Grab all the new patterns on sale for a limited time now and check 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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