Hey all! So excited to share a fun pattern today from My Childhood Treasures. Say hello to the Ursula Sweater. We are always looking for basic tops that have that little bit of flare to make them extra special and this pattern is just that. It gives you an amazing simple pattern with enough options to add in different fabrics or prints to really make it unique.
I opted for the flutter sleeves but not the ruffle around the bottom (which is shown on the pattern cover). The pattern is designed primarily for knits, for the bodice and sleeves. I also used knit for my pocket and flutters but one could also use wovens for those (and the bottom ruffle).
The pocket gives a nice touch and could also be embellished with a ruffle or button.
This is a great beginner pattern with easy to follow instructions and the simple options give it a beautiful professional look.
The gorgeous unicorn fabric (and also the solid green) I used is a cotton lycra from Cuddle Muffins Custom Fabric. These pink polka dots I recently picked up from Mabel Madison were the perfect addition.
I just love the unicorns and dots in Carrie's version. Raedene also did an animal theme version with her cute Penguins! -Sarah
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