Girl's Off Shoulder Cowl Neck Top by Everything Your Mama Made & More

We have fallen head over heals in love with the Off Shoulder Cowl Neck Top and Tunic for  Girls from our affiliate Everything Your Mama Made and More.  You can read the full review of the Women's Version Here

Enter below to win a bundle of both size ranges!!!!  And Check out Crystal's adorable daughter in her new tunic below - Who thinks I can get one of these whipped out for baby girl before Christmas morning???? *warning, it is a sucker's bet - I don't think it is going to happen, but she will get one as soon as the holiday craziness passes!!!

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Hey everyone!  I am Crystal from Stitched by Crystal here to share my review of the new Cowl Neck Top from Everything Your Mamma Made!

When I saw photos of this top I just loved the stylish look of it and knew I had to sew one up for my little lady!

The pattern is designed for knit fabrics.  You can use pretty much any kind of knit fabric with at least 50% stretch to it.  I went with this green interlock knit that I practically stole from Joann's, at 75% off I only spent about $2 on the fabric for this top. The pattern has 2 lengths, top and tunic.  I went with the top length which is actually pretty long on her.

Here are the details on the pattern!
  • This top sews up QUICK!  I had it printed cut and sewn all in about 45 minutes, which is perfect because sewing time can be hard to come by with two little ones in the house. 
  • The sleeves are raglan style so no setting in sleeves.   
  • This pattern comes in every size you could ever need!  There is a girls pattern for newborn through 18 and a women's pattern for XS to 5XL.
  • There is a size chart and finished garment measurements to help you choose your size.
  • There is a chart for fabric requirements that was pretty spot on for me.
  • The pages are numbered, so if you like to print the whole pattern things won't get out of order.
  • The pattern is in color, but also has different line dashes for those who print in B&W (although some of the lines look similar so pay attention, I almost cut 0-3 months instead of 18-24 months!)
  • There are pictures for every step.
  • The instructions are clear and easy to follow.  There was only one part that had me scratching my head for a minute, but after reading over it again and looking at the pictures, everything went smoothly.
  • There are tons of helpful tips for working with knits if you are new to it.

Some cons, but there really aren't many!
  • I expected a bit of a more fitted shirt, especially in the sleeves.  The pattern suggests sizing up, so I did and wish I hadn't.  But at least now she has room to grow and I think we will be able to use it next year too! 
  • Like I mentioned above some of the pattern lines look similar, so be careful when cutting.
  • There are not many markings to help with getting the printed pattern pages lined up.  

I think this is a pattern even a beginner could sew up without much trouble.  If you are new to knits, this would be a great pattern to try them out with. And it is such a cute stylish look for the colder months!


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