Hey Friends!!  We hope you are all are doing as well as you can be during these trying times. 2020 sure has been throwing us all sorts of curves, but we hope you are staying healthy at home and maybe even getting a little extra sewing time in!  

With many states (and countries) implementing stay at home orders, we decided now was a good time to introduce you all to a new way to lounge in style! 

Meet Cecilia & Delphine - the perfect combination of comfort and class!

{Cecilia} is a GORGEOUS and classic cami and shorts set, that has no closures - so you know what that means, right?!  This entire set sews up like a BREEZE! And it will literally feel like a breeze when sewn in lightweight fabrics like rayon challis or voile.

The Cecilia scoop neck cami top can be sewn with a small facing inside, or with a partial lining that can include an optional shelf bra!!  The straps can be left simple or they are also the perfect place to add some lace detail or even a little ruffle as well!  

The Cecilia Shorts are an easy fit short with a super comfy elastic waist!  You can easily shorten or lengthen them, to achieve the look you would like for your set.  And how perfect are they for showcasing some lace or trim for the bottom edges? These really will make you feel like your "loungewear" has become a treat to wear and show off!  One warning though, you may have to physically pry them off of your littles :)


And what is the perfect lounge set, without the perfect robe to top it off?  Introducing {Delphine}!  The classic, lightweight robe of your dreams!!

Have you ever created a robe for yourself?!  Me either...and we decided it's high time we have fixed that!  Robes are such a great piece to have in your closet - whether it's for after showers, unsuspecting door bell rings, or just that added comfort on top of your loungewear!  This is one item you will be grabbing to use non-stop! 

Delphine features drop shoulders for a relaxed fit and a fold over traditional collar.  It also includes an optional sash with belt loops and optional front patch pockets (hello phone/keys/sanity holder)!  

Creating Delphine in light and breezy fabrics such as rayon and voile is sure to give you an extra dreamy and feminine feeling robe!!  We also just LOVE adding lace and trims along the sleeves and hemline to give it an even higher end feel! 

Both Cecilia and Delphine are available in Girls, Tween, Misses and Doll sizing, which means these create the PERFECT sets for so many occasions! 

Slumber party?...CHECK! 

Bachelorette party?...CHECK! 

Spa day?...CHECK!

Just staying home and lounging around?...DOUBLE CHECK! 

Just wait and see, Cecilia and Delphine will become your most used items you've ever sewn up! 


Regardless of how you create your lounge set, we hope you all are doing well, staying safe and finding the silver linings through all of this!  And of course, Happy SEWING!

May 01, 2020 by Jessica Herning


Teronia Wilson

Teronia Wilson said:

Oh my gosh these are all so beautiful and your girls are growing into beautiful little ladies!


Aubrey said:

Please do a second May SAL with this!

Tracy Fontecchio

Tracy Fontecchio said:

I love the matching mother/daughter lounge sets! They are so feminine and beautiful! I’m wondering if you have suggestions for sourcing your beautiful fabrics? I love all your fabrics from those you’ve made the lounge sets, but also the swimwear fabrics and children’s clothing.
I made my first VFT skirt from the free Sophia skirt pattern for my two year old granddaughter. When it was bedtime, her mom tried to take it off and my Gracie began to cry and wouldn’t take it off! She said, “…but I loves it….”.
I started my next project the very next day!
Thank you for such beautiful and unique options to create for my granddaughter. I sure wish you had boy options…..!


Pam said:

Love the looks- and I too am wondering where you source such great fabrics. They really make al the difference.


Janet said:

Love this pattern! Just ordered my first downloaded pattern for my granddaughter. (Ruffles shorts). I’m stumped about fabric for it and this pattern. I need fabric that breaths well, lightweight and doesn’t need to ironed. Do you have a favorite fabric source?

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