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Puperita and a Spring Crafters Market

Puperita Love | Made By Jaime

Spring is in the air and it’s time to celebrate all the things – sunshine, flowers, that something about the season that makes us all want to get moving/cleaning/creating –  and also, for the purposes of this post, Puperita Patterns!

A few months ago, some lovely blogger friends thought it would be fun to celebrate one of our favorite PDF pattern designers, Annalisa of Puperita Patterns for no other reason than to showcase her wonderful patterns and tell the world how kind and wonderful she is to work with!

(Don’t you just love the creative blogger community!?!)

My first time using a Puperita pattern was for a customer years ago who found my card at the local fabric store. She wanted to surprise a friend who had been through some hard times with a cow-print romper, complete with star (they were in Texas) for her new bundle of joy. The catch was, she had a deadline – a ONE WEEK deadline! I was new to the PDF world but I knew that would be the way to go in such a time crunch. After searching Etsy for romper patterns, I settled on the Teddy’s Romper by Puperita.

Puperita Teddy's Romper by Jaime Johnson

Sadly, that is the only picture I took! The only cow-print available to me locally was a close-to-real-life cow print. I wish I could have found a more baby-friendly print, but the customer was very happy with it and hopefully the mom she gifted it to was too.

The thing that impressed me most about my first encounter with Puperita Patterns was Annalisa herself! Soon after my purchase, she sent a sweet thank you for purchasing her pattern over Etsy Convo . She was very helpful and kind in her communication. When I finished the cow romper, I sent the above picture to show her what I had made. She promptly asked if it would be OK with me to share on her Facebook Page with a link to my Etsy shop! Who doesn’t love that!? Every purchase I’ve made in her shop brings the same delightful experience. This is much of the reason we all wanted to surprise her today with a tribute to her creativity and to show our appreciation for her as a person.

I love Puperita’s Teddy’s Romper pattern because it is such a classic design – it will never go out of style and I can only imagine it’s super comfy to wear! In just over two weeks I will be a vendor at a local Spring Crafter’s Market (I hope you’ll come see me if you’re in the area! See the Facebook Page here or the Instagram feed here). When I was considering what to make to fill my booth, I returned to the Teddy’s Romper.

Puperita Teddy's Romper by Jaime Johnson

I have been hoarding this Robert Kaufman Fox & the Houndstooth print since it came out and thought this would be a great chance to use it. I love that the Teddy’s Romper calls for woven fabrics because the design leaves plenty of room for the fabric to shine.

Puperita Teddy's Romper by Jaime Johnson

The closures are snaps (I used Kam Snaps) so getting the romper off and on is super simple – it is very diaper-change friendly!

Puperita Teddy's Romper by Jaime Johnson

Puperita Teddy's Romper by Jaime Johnson

All the raw edges are enclosed in bias tape, which you can either make or purchase. If you’ve not used pre-made Bias Tape before, you should definitely not be intimidated by it! One side of the tape is folded in ever so slightly more than the other side. As per the instructions in the pattern, you sew the tape on the right side of the fabric, turn it to the back and stitch down from the front. If you put that thinner edge on the outer/right side of the garment, when you flip the bias under to the wrong side, it is just a hair wider so you have no problem catching it underneath even while stitching somewhat blindly on the top side!

Puperita Teddy's Romper by Jaime Johnson

The other great thing about this pattern in particular is that there is an alternate sleeve to make it a bit more girly!

Puperita Teddy's Romper by Jaime Johnson

(YES those are heart snaps and I got them at KamSnaps.com!)

Puperita Teddy's Romper by Jaime Johnson

Aren’t those sleeves adorable?! And the edge is still finished with bias tape so no seams to bother baby.

Puperita Teddy's Romper by Jaime Johnson

Such a simple, yet lovely detail!

Puperita Teddy's Romper by Jaime Johnson

Another Puperita pattern I recently fell in love with is the Sweet Bee Dress. I found this to-die-for print at QuiltCon in February – it’s from a new-to-me company, Adorn It! (I keep meaning to write a QuiltCon wrap up post!) They started as a scrapbooking company and have added fabrics. I think that’s so smart since many people do both, but if not, the prints can so easily work for paper and fabric.

Puperita Sweet Bee Dress by Jaime Johnson

This is the BEE version of the dress with a wrapped bodice, high waistline and a full skirt.

Puperita Sweet Bee Dress by Jaime Johnson

Puperita Sweet Bee Dress by Jaime Johnson

The Pattern also includes the SWEET version, which features a rounded bodice highlighted with an optional bias or piping, high waistline and a full skirt. But I loved the wrapped bodice so much that I ended up making it in all 6 sizes using this Priory Square Print by Art Gallery Fabrics.

Puperita Sweet Bee Dress by Jaime Johnson

Annalisa puts lots of work and information into her patterns. You’ll find body measurement charts, finished measurements, a pattern diagram (for how to compile the printed pattern), cutting layouts, notions lists, suggested fabrics, and clear instructions with plenty of photographs to show you how it’s done.

Puperita Patterns has quite a design portfolio too! Whether you’re looking for patterns for your boutique or just something sweet & classic to sew up for gifts, I would definitely recommend starting with Annalisa’s Etsy Shop. And here are a few other people who would agree. Be sure to click on through the other posts to get an idea of all the wonderful Puperita designs!

Emi ~ Just Add Fabric     Jaime ~ Made By Jaime
Janice ~ So-Cal Sewing Mom     Soso ~Moineau & Petit Pois     Ula ~ Lulu & Celeste
Nuala ~ clootie dumplings     Pam ~ Threading My Way     Maria ~ Fairies, Bubbles & Co.
Shelly ~ Sew Shelly Sew     Chari ~ Take time to smell the rose     Helen ~ The DIY Fox
Karly ~ Paisley Roots     Sanae ~ Sanae Ishida     Melissa ~ Rebel & Malice
Janet ~ 7 Pine Design     Jenya ~ While she was sleeping

And I hope to see you April 30th at the Spring Crafter’s Market!

Spring Crafter's Market | Jaime Johnson

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Small Time Operator – Must Have Tax Book for Small Business

Tax & Bookkeeping Resources for Small Businesses | MadeByJaime

I have had some kind of sewing business off and on since 2008. I always struggled to understand the financial side of business, but I dutifully kept my receipts and income records and gave them to whomever did our taxes each year. I took a few years off the business and when I started it up again a little over a year ago, I was a little older, a little more experienced and working from home was my full time occupation so I really wanted to try to come to a deeper understanding of it all.

Soon after starting up again, I won a really cool prize through my Etsymom Street Team – a free bookkeeping course with LS Bookkeeping Services (formerly Crafty Bookkeeping). Lisa was great and helped set me up in WaveApps.com. I got all my bank, etsy & paypal accounts pulling all the information straight into it and all I had to do was organize it into categories. But I ran into a few hiccups with duplicate entries due to Etsy and paypal bringing in the same transaction. Then when paypal or etsy deposited money into my bank account it was accounted for a 3rd time.  Then I started adding my own categories and things started to get a little more convoluted. I got confused and stopped keeping up on categorizing everything in June and by the time January of this year came, I was feeling overwhelmed. I just didn’t have a grasp on the basics of bookkeeping.

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I joined the WAHM Tax Group on facebook, which is a great resource! But in fear of asking a million questions and getting more confused, I started to look around for a concise, hold in my hand book that addressed my small business and helped to make sense of it all.

Tax & Bookkeeping Resources for Small Businesses | MadeByJaime

Somehow I stumbled upon the book Small Time Operator by Bernard Kamoroff.  I was attracted to the subtitle, “How to Start Your Own Business, Keep Your Books, Pay Your Taxes, and Stay Out of Trouble” Apart from starting my business, the rest of those topics were exactly what I needed to know more about! I started to read in the evenings and on the weekends about single entry accounting, about using a pencil, ledger and calculator, and I started to understand the context of it all. I decided this year to keep my books differently, more simply. So I purchased the Dome Simplified Weekly Bookkeeping Record book.

Tax & Bookkeeping Resources for Small Businesses | MadeByJaime

All the standard tax categories are listed and defined in the front of the book. There is room to add your own, but I’m trying my darndest to understand & keep within the recommended categories so my CPA and I are speaking the same language next year. So far, I love the pencil and paper, weekly method because it keeps me intimately aware of what I am bringing in and what I am spending. I also came up with a method (different color highlighters and tally’s in the memo section) for keeping track of sales and use tax for next year so I am hoping for a more peaceful Jan-April 15 2016!

Tax & Bookkeeping Resources for Small Businesses | MadeByJaime

But back to Small Time Operator!

  • The first chapter of the book covers things to consider when starting a business, location and zoning for home or brick & mortar businesses, Financing, Legal Structure (Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, Corp or LLC, etc.), Business Names (DBAs), Licenses and Permits, Insurance and your business plan.
  • The next section of the book deals with setting up your books, explains the single entry system and cash vs. accrual accounting, recording income & expenditures, as well as keeping track of inventory (& COGS!).
  • Chapter 3 talks about issues relating to business growth – employees & a little more in depth on legal structures.
  • Chapter 4 is all about taxes: what really counts as a business expense, self-employment tax, retirement deductions, the IRS, Federal & state taxes.
  • Chapter 5 speaks specifically to the home business.
  • Chapter 6 discusses balancing your bank account, a balance sheet, hiring professional help, multiple businesses, importing/exporting, franchises, freelancers, pricing, contracts, websites, employee-owned businesses, collective and cooperatives, as well as managing and marketing your business.

As of the time of this post, I’m almost through Chapter 4. I’ve gone slow and implemented the recommendations as I went. Bernard Kamoroff’s writing style is very clear and makes an overwhelming topic very understandable. Now that I have been using the paper ledger & pencil method for a few months, I have a much better understanding of bookkeeping in general and find it easier to manage in WaveApps.com. So, as Bernard Kamoroff mentions in the book, the method isn’t as important as the understanding behind it. I think I will keep both going this year and use them to compare notes when next tax season rolls around. But I HIGHLY recommend this book if you run ANY type of small business. I wish I had read it back in 2008 when I started it all!

I’d love to know what you think if you pick up the book! Also, if you have any resources that have helped you in your business bookkeeping, please share! If I get a few responses, I’ll do a round up post to share with everyone!

*This post has NO affiliate links – just sharing some resources that have helped me.

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Sweet Innocence Christmas Dress

Sweet Innocence Dress Pattern by MyTreasuredHeirlooms | JameSews

Merry Christmas! I hope you enjoyed your time with Family & Friends – we’ve had a full week of celebrations!

Sweet Innocence Dress Pattern by MyTreasuredHeirlooms | JameSews

A couple months back, Annastasia,  the designer at My Treasured Heirlooms, announced she was in the process of updating her Sweet Innocence Dress and she was looking for a few seamstresses to sew it up and help spread the word! I instantly fell in love with the look of this pattern. It’s so classically girly and feminine and I thought it’d make a great Christmas Dress. It was a little cool the day we took pictures so DD insisted on wearing leggings underneath and turns out…while she has some great handmade clothes…she’s lacking in the dress shoes department so boots were the closest acceptable footwear available. HA! We’ll just pretend it’s purposeful and call it “Country Christmas” Sweet Innocence Dress Pattern by MyTreasuredHeirlooms | JameSews

When I walked into F&M Fabrics (online at www.thefabricmarket.com), they had just gotten these Christmas prints in and I was immediately drawn to them. This cotton has a little bit of polyester in it so it’s easy to work with, but has a great drape and a soft feel (not to mention less wrinkling).  A few weeks later when I was actually ready to get to work on this pattern and needed a fabric for the underdress, I was directed to their poly cotton solids. Again I love the benefits of this blend for garments – easy to work with but not as stiff as quilting cottons. Thefabricmarket.com has a great selection of colors at a great price – see them all here.
Sweet Innocence Dress Pattern by MyTreasuredHeirlooms | JameSews

The Sweet Innocence Dress Pattern includes patterns for 3 dresses, 2 under dresses, and pants in 2 styles and comes in sizes 2 to 10. The updated version offers 4 different sleeve lengths! I chose view A with the cross over front and I just love it. The fullness of the skirt and the ruffle gets me every time – so precious.  This would make a great Easter Dress or Birthday Dress too and with all the options, no one dress would ever have to be the same! I hope you’ll check out the Sweet Innocence pattern, as well as the rest of My Treasured Heirlooms‘ shop!

Have a Happy New Year!Sweet Innocence Dress Pattern by MyTreasuredHeirlooms | JameSews

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Sewing To Sell: Book Review

Sewing To Sell: Book Review | JaimeSews

I love to enter sewing giveaways. Back in 2008 when I first started blogging I won a Michael Miller fabric set and I was hooked! I’ve scarcely won anything since, but I recently hit the jackpot winning this book by Virginia Lindsay of Gingercake Designs. It’s called Sewing To Sell: The Beginner’s Guide to Starting a Craft Business.

Sewing To Sell | Review by JaimeSews

In many ways I’m not a beginner, but I’ve recently felt a little directionless. I feel somewhat stuck in between a hobby & a real business so I tried to sit down with this book with the eyes of a beginner to see if I could find some direction one way or another. I was not disappointed with Virginia’s smart & practical advice!

I sometimes find my head spinning from all the opportunities presented by the crafty business world. There is so much variety and so many possibilities and paths one could walk down. Right off the bat, Virginia encourages readers to stick with their own personal style. This may seem obvious, but it’s easy to get so inspired by everything around me that I feel I need to mimic what I see, instead of being true to myself. I can see some definite growth in this area since I started sewing to sell in 2008 after the birth of my son. I wasn’t choosing fabrics that inspired me in an effort to keep costs down and found myself unhappy very quickly. After I went back to work full time, I set the sewing business aside until the last year or so and this time I’ve endeavored to sew what I love.

In another section, Virginia discusses some business tips including changing the way you look at purchasing fabric & supplies. I definitely related to her examples and confessions and plan to make changes in this area myself. Other topics discussed (and shown beautifully) are how to photograph and package your product and for online and craft fair sales. Sewing to Sell also discusses pricing your product, organizing your patterns and sewing space and explains how to identify your customer.

Sewing To Sell | Review by JaimeSews

And then, to top it all off, there are 16 Starter project patterns included to get you started in your own sewing business. I confess, in a world with Pinterest and unlimited web resources, I hardly ever buy a book for projects anymore. But there was not one project in this book I wouldn’t want to make and many of them are a blank slate with which Virginia encourages the reader to make their own! And super extra bonus?!?! There’s a price range suggestion included at the top of each project pattern!

Sewing To Sell | Review by JaimeSews

Overall I found the advice in this book was exactly what I needed to hear. I should have known that when I felt lost, it would be best to follow the advice of Vince Lombardi and go back to the basics. So if you are a new to the craft business, save yourself some trouble and grab a copy of this book. And if you are a seasoned craft business owner looking for a little direction, you should also grab a copy of this book and remind yourself about the basics of Sewing to Sell!

Thank you so much to Virginia of Gingercake Designs for generously offering Sewing to Sell as a prize and thank you for supporting the handmade community with your practical, straight forward advice! I know I will be using the patterns included to add cute new products to my etsy shop this coming year!

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Black Friday Through Cyber Monday Sale!!

Hey all – I hope you had a great day yesterday with family & friends and that the joy and gratitude remain throughout the season! I wanted to let you know about a sale I’m running today through midnight (PST) Cyber Monday  in BOTH my shops!

JaimeSews Black Friday - Cyber Monday Sale!

So head on over to www.jaimesews.etsy.com or www.jjssupply.etsy.com and please share & tell a friend!

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Introducing Ginger House Designs!

Happy Monday!  Today is the day to check out the bloggers I tagged in the blog hop from last week! Lindsay of Sew Lindsay, Sew!, introduced last week, and Teresa of Navy Blue Threads. Teresa is from Manchester, in the North West of England and works part time as an English teacher in secondary school. She was kindly given a sewing machine for her 40th birthday, three years ago and thus, her love of sewing began. I know you will enjoy getting to know each of these ladies so be sure to click through!

And now, I am excited to introduce you to a new brand of PDF patterns, Ginger House Designs. I’ll let Darcy explain it all below:

Hello! I’m Darcy from Ginger House Designs Blog and Jaime invited me here to talk about my new pattern line, Ginger House Designs!  This past Friday, I released my first ever digital pattern, the Emerson Dress.

A little bit about myself. I’ve always had a need to create and craft and in high school, I picked up sewing as a hobby.  I mostly sewed simple dresses and vests for myself. After college, when I was engaged, I sewed all of my bridesmaids handbags as gifts. I also started my husband a Lucius Malfoy costume (which I never finished but he still asks for it so this may be a future project?!). Upon having my first (and currently only) child and becoming a stay at home mom, I began to take the time to really study and learn sewing and pattern drafting. I took many courses, some local and some online and read as many books as I could get my hands on at the local library.


Emerson Dress Pattern by Ginger House Designs | JaimeSews

I was born and raised in Charleston, SC and am now living in Upstate South Carolina.  All of my patterns (one out right now and three more in the works) are named after Charleston places and things that I grew up around, some known and some unfamiliar to most.

Emerson Dress Pattern by Ginger House Designs | JaimeSews
The Emerson Dress, which I have already mentioned is my first pattern, is named after the street that I grew up on, Emerson Street.  We were the only house on Emerson Street.  I felt like Emerson would be a good place to start my patterns, since it is my beginning!

Emerson Dress Pattern by Ginger House Designs | JaimeSews

This pattern comes with many features that are great for customizing and making it your own!  The front bodice pieces together, so the sky’s the limit for colorblocking and pattern mixing-and-matching.

Emerson Dress Pattern by Ginger House Designs | JaimeSews

Emerson Dress Pattern by Ginger House Designs | JaimeSews

The skirt piece includes cutting lengths for dress and shirt.  And it can be made sleeveless or with flutter sleeves.  The arm hole is big enough for layering underneath with a long sleeve shirt to bring us into fall and winter (spoilers: one of the patterns I’m working on right now might be a long sleeve ruffled t-shirt)!  Who doesn’t love a dress that can keep working for you into multiple seasons!

Emerson Dress Pattern by Ginger House Designs | JaimeSews

I have set up a flickr group for Ginger House Designs so everyone can share their wonderful creations! I really can’t wait to see what people do with this pattern!  To buy the pattern, head over to the Ginger House Designs Etsy shop!

Emerson Dress Pattern by Ginger House Designs | JaimeSews

Thank you for having me over here today!  If you want to see more of my doings and things in the works, head over to Ginger House Designs Blog!  I have some tutorials in the works that will be up on the blog soon!

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Uptown/Downtown Dress

Welcome to one of three stop on today’s Sew Straight Patterns Blog Tour! We are celebrating of the release of The Uptown/Downtown Dress Pattern! Be sure to read all the way to the bottom to learn how you can enter the giveaway AND get 30% off the Uptown/Downtown Pattern now through August 16th!

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If you follow my facebook or instagram feed, you saw I posted a picture of my serger admitting that it was time to use it to it’s full potential. Well here’s what I made with it!

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The Uptown/Downtown dress, available in sizes 2T – size 10! Isn’t it adorable? I made the entire dress on my serger using a 5-thread safety stitch and the cover stitch, but the good news is, you don’t need a serger to make this adorable knit dress! UptownDowntownSide

The Uptown/Downtown dress goes together in a flash and makes a comfy and adorable back-to-school and every-day dress. You can make it sleeveless, with cap sleeves (shown here) or with half sleeves.

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Elise’s measurements fell under the 2T size in the chart so that’s exactly what I made with no alterations. She loved the dress immediately and didn’t want to take it off. She just had to wear it to church the next day!UptownDowntownSideSmile

All the pattern pieces wen’t together perfectly! I chose the binding method, but there are also instructions for using a lining for sheerer knits or just for warmth. Overall I’d say it was a win and a pattern we’ll make over and over!UptownDowntownG

Thanks for stopping by and be sure to visit the Straight Stitch Pattern Company to see the rest of today’s tour stops!

Now for the giveaway details!

Sew Straight Patterns Tour & Giveaway | JaimeSews

One lucky person will win:

So click below to be whisked away to the Rafflecopter widget and enter away (now through August 11th)!!

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AND – if you don’t win, don’t worry. Terri Lin has set up coupon code uptowndowntowntour to use for 30% off the Uptown/Downtown Dress Pattern now through August 16th!

 

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Sew Straight Patterns Blog Tour & Giveaway!

I’ve “met” another great new pattern designer you all need to know about! Her inaugural pattern is a staple you’ll want to sew up again and again! Allow me to introduce to you Terri Lin of Sew Straight Patterns who has just released the Uptown/Downtown Dress! AND You’ll get to see all the variations this week in the Uptown/Downtown Blog Tour! I’ll reveal my version on Thursday, but you’ll want to check in to the Sew Straight & Gather blog each day to see all the other versions of this great dress!  
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Not only will you be inspired, you can enter to win an amazing prize bundle!!! One lucky person will win:

So click below to be whisked away to the Rafflecopter widget and enter away now through August 11th and be sure to visit the Straight Stitch Pattern Company to see each day’s tour stops!

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Sew Straight Patterns Tour & Giveaway | JaimeSews

AND – if you don’t win, don’t worry. Terri Lin has set up coupon code uptowndowntowntour to use for 30% off the Uptown/Downtown Dress Pattern now through August 16th!

See you Thursday!

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Beginner (Baby) Quilt and Ultimate Bib

Happy Monday! This past weekend I attended my cousin’s baby shower. Josh & Natalie are having their first bambino, a boy they’re naming Riley! I love to give handmade gifts, so when their registry revealed a monkey nursery theme, I was super excited to get shopping. I just got my Kam Snaps plier kit and was anxious to try it out, so I knew for sure I would be making the Ultimate Catch-All Bib, a free pattern from Peek A Boo Pattern Shop!

PAB Ultimate Baby Bib | JaimeSews

I took Amy’s recommendation and and ordered from Laminates on Etsy. She has an amazing selection of laminated cotton and this Monkey print perfectly fit the theme. The Ultimate Catch-All Bib is great because it opens flat to wipe clean, but snaps up to catch all the food that doesn’t quite make it into baby’s mouth.

PAB Ultimate Baby Bib | JaimeSews

My son and I had a great time figuring out the Kam Snaps (it’s not hard). Mostly we just giggled at how quickly they went in and how cool it was that they worked! Here’s a picture from the back showing the one side snapped and the other side open. I had a bib similar to this one when my kids were bib-wearing age. It was hands-down our favorite bib. I hope Josh & Natalie get great use out of it!

PAB Ultimate Baby Bib | JaimeSews

The same day I ordered from Laminates, I also found a cotton fat quarter of the same monkey print! Wasn’t sure what I was going to do with it, but gathered I could figure that out later. Well after a trip to the local store to match fabrics, I came home with the goodies to make a Beginner’s Quilt!

Beginner's Quilt | JaimeSews

Instructions for making this quilt can be found here. I love how quickly it comes together, but also like the size. It measures 45″ x 60″ so it will last for as long as Riley still loves it (assuming he will).

Beginner's Quilt | JaimeSews

Without question, I was in the mood for meandering, so I just stitched a big version of it all over. It’s not perfect, but I love how it turned out.

Beginner's Quilt | JaimeSews

I put an alphabet flannel on the back for warmth and a soft feel. And quite possibly the smallest quilt label ever.

Beginner's Quilt | JaimeSews

This week is a busy week, but I hope to work on my Peek A Boo Pattern Shop Swap outfits (Here’s the post from last year’s swap). This year, I’ll be sewing for a boy and girl in Hawaii and she’s sewing for my two! Can’t wait to see how everything turns out and will be sure to share!

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Coachella Shorts

I’m so excited to share with you the inaugural pattern from Striped Swallow Designs!

Striped Swallow Designs Coachella Shorts | JaimeSews

I was chosen to test this pattern and it will be ready for release very soon so be sure to like their facebook page so you can be one of the first to know! The Coachella Shorts are low-rise girls shorts with a fun piecing detail that works well with all kinds of trim. You could use pom pom trim, lace, bias tape – anything really – to spruce them up and make them truly one of a kind each time you make them!

Striped Swallow Designs Coachella Shorts | JaimeSews

I chose a soft chambray from F&M Fabrics and a giant pink rick rack I had on hand from Pick Your Plum.

Striped Swallow Designs Coachella Shorts | JaimeSews

The back fits well and with no pockets, you can construct these shorts in a flash!

Striped Swallow Designs Coachella Shorts | JaimeSews

The 1″ wide waistband is secure and comfortable. As soon as my DD woke up from her nap and put them on, I couldn’t get them off of her! She absolutely loved them. I definitely see more Coachella shorts this summer and with sizes 12 months through size 12 included, they just may be a staple summer pattern for years to come.

Striped Swallow Designs Coachella Shorts | JaimeSews

Be sure to check out Striped Swallow Designs’ Website and Facebook Page. Then check out the other tester versions of the Coachella Shorts below!