The Anke from My Childhood Treasures can be a top or a dress. I chose to make the dress version for my 2 year old. There are no set in sleeves, as the sleeves and bodice are connected, making it a super quick sew. Yet the sleeve ruffle adds a fun little detail. There is also an option of adding a bow, or decorating the bodice as I did. The back closes by snaps, and I chose to use KAM snaps, but you could use press studs instead.
I tried the top on my two year old to check the fit before I added the skirt and all she could say was “Ooh, petty! Petty!” Which is her way of saying she thinks it’s pretty. When she wore it for pictures she wouldn’t stop hopping and twirling. I think that means she liked it.
This was definitely a fast sew, and I was able to cut it out and sew it in a naptime. I loved this as I get annoyed with things that take a long time, even if I know it will be worth it in the end. There was no reason for me to be annoyed with this dress. It is a great pattern for a beginner, as it teaches gathering, but there is not a ton of ruffles to deal with. The bodice uses facings, but the instructions show how to do this very well. Overall, I was very pleased with this pattern.
Today Heidi reviews the vintage styled Milly Dolly by My Childhood Treasures. Could it be any cuter with the pigtails and soft body? Perfect for a little one to love on!
Heather reviews the My Childhood Treasures Wrap Top and Marnie shows her version as well. These adorable and east to sew tops have multiple uses from extra layering or dressing up a plain tee.
Today Crystal reviews the easy to sew and versatile Kaftan dress by My Childhood Treasures. Its fun and breezy styling is a perfect addition to the summer wardrobe!
Today we are sharing a free pattern from My Childhood Treasures: The Kimono Jacket.
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Erica shares her version of the Anna Dress by My Childhood Treasures
Gloria shares her version of the Charlie Romper by My Childhood Treasures
Carrie shares her version of the Ursula Sweater by My Childhood Treasures
Kara shares her version of the Womens Elke Dress by My Childhood Treasures
Kim shares her version of the Rachel Rabbit Toy Sewing Pattern from My Childhood Treasures.