Sewing

Baby Juliet

Hey Crafters! I feel like I blinked twice and its almost February, please tell me I am not the only one? Before I start mapping out what my kids are wearing for Valentine’s day, I just want to gush about my MOST FAVORITE thing I have ever sewed for daughter. The Juliet from Petite Stitchery & Co is the pattern who stole my semi-girly heart and ran away with it. IMG_4308

A little background on me:
I have three kids, two boys and one girl. My baby is my little girl. I am one of those chicks that tries to look girly but, I am so bad at being a girl it is pretty comical. Seriously, I am the grown woman in Sephora asking the saleswoman where to find the powder that goes on after liquid foundation so, I can add my blush and the bronzer I hardly use. NO JOKE you guys, that happened and that was my second time looking for it because the first time I was too embarrassed to asked and just grabbed some powder I thought was the same thing. It wasn’t. lol So when I had my daughter I freaked (still do) because I can’t throw super cute outfits together, style hair to save my life, or much less paint my face like I know what I am doing. Thankfully not only is sewing my therapy (holla!) but, it has helped me branch out and create pretty things.

                                           Back to the pattern already Danielle geez:
Juliet stole my heart simply by its beauty and its versatility. It also makes me fan girl at the thought of my daughter taking ballet which, is something I always wanted to dabble in but never did. Not only did Juliet give me visions of dance classes but, you can definitely use Juliet to create a leotard for your gymnast, a one piece for your swimmer or use her as a bodysuit. * Make sure your fabric is a four-way stretch knit with at least 50% recovery. Think of material like Spandex, Cotton/Lycra Knit, Swim, DBP, Stretch Velvet, etc. Tulle, Fusible Interfacing & Lining fabric (cotton/poly blends, silk etc.) if making the banded tutu.*

                                                                    Juliet herself:
The Bells:
• 4 sleeve lengths- sleeveless, short sleeve, 3/4 sleeve and long sleeve
• Regular or set-in sleeves
• elastic or leg bands
The Whistles:
• flutter sleeve
• a bow across the upper back bodice
• banded tutu skirt

This pattern is designed without snaps but, that does not mean you cannot modify yours. Bodysuits are meant to be a little snug so try not to get your heart racing if you have to shimmy it up.My daughter measures tiny in every aspect but her belly. Her belly is the reason I say shimmy it up! lol I graded out at her waist (so easy with the pattern’s layer options) and back in for her height however, pay close attention to your little’s trunk girth measurement and you’ll do just fine! IMG_4329

Juliet made my little one feel like a million dollars. She twirled so much that I had a hard time photographing her. Lol Make sure and join the Petite Stitchery & Co  fb group, there are a lot of wonderful and helpful people in the group, as well as myself and Sierra!

PS. You can find the Girls version on there site too! Happy Sewing!

-Danielle

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