Made for Mermaids

 Made for Mermaids has been on a serious roll lately. Megan and her testers certainly have been working hard, bringing so many stylish patterns to market just in time for spring sewing. There were so many awesome new releases that we hadn't been able to show yet that we decided to put together a bit of a roundup. If you're interested in testing Made for Mermaids patterns, there is currently a Top Tester Contest going on where you can put Suzanne's Photography Tips for Testers to work. Find her most recent posts here, here, and here and bring your best work over to the Made for Mermaids Challenge! Now here's our team with their latest Made for Mermaid Makes! 

First up is the Dreamy Collection. These patterns can be sewn in opulent special occasion fabrics for a dress full of drama, of in everyday fabrics for a look that is more casual. You decide what works best for you and your child.

Nicole made Isla and an Annabelle/Juliette Mashup. She'll be sharing all the details of these outfits including her hi/low peplum modification, plus another M4M mash by special guest Melissa here tomorrow.

Rebekah sewed up a country casual version of Mama Blair. This pattern also comes in little girl's sizes, so you can match your mini me. 

Kara sewed up Harper, a pattern with so many different options you can sew it again and again and achieve a totally different look each time.

Raedene sewed a beachy knee length Juliette.

Merav made the maxi length Juliette with no ruffles. You can read her full review here.

Nycole also sewed a casual Juliette.

Gloria made Mama Lauren. Check out the adorable optional keyhole front here.

Nacole sewed an Isla in cotton.  I'm calling this pattern the official simple sundress of this summer. 

Chris made the Charlie Button Up for Boys.

With so many amazing choices, which one will you sew next? Don't forget to come back tomorrow to check out the full details of our Dreamy Collection Mashup by Nicole.