These long, cold winter months have me dreaming of the bright, warm sun! So in an attempt to bid my farewell to winter, I jumped on the chance to sew for spring/summer! The Becca Bloomers by My Childhood Treasures are perfect for wearing under a sundress, with a sun top or with a cute shirt tucked in. To show off the bloomers, I took a photo with a plain top tucked in.
I love the elastic in the legs and waist! I prefer tighter elastic in the legs so you can push the shorts up a bit on the thigh and make them really poof! The ruffles around the top of the waistband and the big bow get all the heart eyes from me! They are such cute (and easy!!) accents. From printing the pattern to having the shorts on the girls, it took me about an hour! I am definitely stocking my girls’ summer wardrobe with these!
The Becca Bloomers come in baby sizes (NB to 18-24 months) and girls sizes (2-6). There is no bundle on this pattern for the two sizes. The pattern was very well written and easy to follow. I used the Scanlan Top also by My Childhood Treasures to pair with the bloomers. It’s reversible and comes in the same size ranges as the Becca Bloomers, so be sure to check that one out too!
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