Parisian Top — Pattern Anthology
Another collection has just come out from Pattern Anthology! I’ve posted before about Pattern Anthology, but if you’ve never heard of it, I’ll explain.
Four amazing and wonderful pattern designers have gotten together to collaborate on a collection. They each design one or more patterns and they release them together for a limited time at a discount. Then each of the PDF patterns are available at full price on their own sites. I’ve sewn patterns from each of these designers, and they’re always fantastic. Click here to see a video about the designers. They’re super fun. :)
This is one of my favorite looks I’ve sewn, from the last collection.
I tested the Parisian Top from Go To Patterns [affiliate link], which is one of the four patterns available in this Pattern Anthology “Just Add Jeans” collection – this time, all the patterns are for women!
Confession: this is my first Peter Pan collar, that I’ve either sewn or worn. I’ve never been sure I could pull it off, but I like it! The top is super comfy and really easy to sew together. There were a few pattern adjustments made after I sewed this top, since this was a test version. But I already loved the test version, so the small adjustments will make it even more awesome! :)
I’ve raved about the Casual Lady [also from GTP], which has been a staple in my wardrobe, and I’m super excited to add this one too. You can see the whole Just Add Jeans collection at Pattern Anthology. It’s available at a 40% discount for the next two weeks, so you should totally scoop it up. [and by the way, I’m not an affiliate of Pattern Anthology. I just love all of these pattern designers and think you would too!]
Tomorrow I’m announcing something super awesome that’s coming up next week! I am so excited and kind of forgot to tell you all about it sooner :) so, what’s one more day?? It’s worth the wait ;)
Fabric is from Girl Charlee
Disclosure: I was given a copy of this pattern in exchange for testing it and providing my honest feedback. All opinions are my own.
Looks great, Jess! I tested it, too, and have been wearing mine all the time! I’m blogging about it on Wednesday (I think). Love your fabric choices!
It looks really cute on you! I’m still on the fence about peter pan collars for myself but my daughter loved the one I made for her during testing.
Love it in the feather fabric. very cute!