Wednesday, March 8, 2017

All about Petitboo!

So its my turn to post my makes using Petitboo patterns...but first I think it would be fun to back track to when Petitboo was E+M Patterns, just so you know these patterns have been around and they are tried, tested, and true! 

First up, Rose. This was Julia's all time favorite dress and I just had to make another. This dress first appeared on my blog in September 2014. Squeel! Look at her little round face! 

And now, March 2017

This is the Hemlock shirt, it was on the blog back in June 2014...

Here's the most recent one I made.

I made the bottom part of the bodice a longer, and instead of the 15 inches required in width I used 23 inches to be able to make gathers and create a little girly look for this shirt.

And finally, Huckleberry, from March 2014...That cat must have made it into every photoshoot...It kept JubeJube happy at least!

And now, March 2017... Three years later!

I've been hoarding this fabric for some time now, I love it and I thought it would look best as a very comfy looking trouser, its more of a chambray then a denim, so light and airy.

All week long you'll be able to see more fun creations and inspiration with Petitboo patterns...And to top it off, Allison has added a coupon code for her Etsy shop! Enjoy 50% off on ALL patterns with the code "PETITBOO50" at checkout! Code only valid in Etsy and until Friday, March 10th. Oh and FYI you can get a couple of free patterns in the Petitboo Craftsy shop...try them out, you'll love working with these patterns! 

By the way, Melissa at MahlicaDesigns has her post up too... you need to go check out the lightning t-shirt she made! 

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Inspinration * Crafty Like a Rox * Sew and Tell Project 


  1. That eyelet border fabric is so gorgeous! Beautiful girls ;)

  2. I'm really glad to see your past makes for your littles and look how they've changed. Thank you for featuring my lightning tee in your post, it was a very nice surprise today.

  3. I love the then and now. It is so neat to see how they have changed. And how the patterns are age appropriate for transitioning into older ages.

  4. They're getting so big! I love A's new Hemlock tee. So pretty!