Guess what time it is??? MANIC MONDAY FLASH SALE!
6/22/2015 Manic Monday Flash Sale, in honor of the official start of summer our team choose the California Dress & Peplum (both women’s or girls) for just $3 each when purchased from www.EYMM.com
Special valid 12am -11:59pm PDT 6/22/2015 on www.EYMM.com only. No coupon needed all items priced as marked.
The California Dress & Peplum pattern is inspired by summer and Southern California beaches. Dresses are not only a summer staple for style, but they are comfortable for wearing in the summer heat. This pattern includes 4 different lengths, ankle-length maxi, both above and below the knee length dresses and a peplum top that is great with a pair of bermuda shorts or capris. As a bonus, the maxi length also offers a hi-low option and has directions right on the pattern piece for lengthening it into a floor-sweeping length. Not only are there the 4 lengths (3 lengths for girls), but this unique bodice is reversible! That’s right, you can wear it with the scoop neck or the faux-halter style in the front. Last but not least, it has an elasticized waistline that can be worn alone or mix it up with a cute wide or skinny belt in a contrasting color. With the flowing knit fabric, multiple length options, and reversible bodice this is bound to become a wardrobe staple. As a bonus the women’s also includes 2 pages of directions for adding nursing friendly straps. The girls version includes 19 sizes newborn to 18 tween, the women’s includes 10 sizes from XS-5X.
- Infants: Newborn, 0-3m, 3-6m, 6-9m, 9-12m,
- Toddlers: 12-18m, 18-24m, 2T, 3T, 4T
- Girls: 5, 6, 7, 8, 10
- Tween: 12, 14, 16, 18
WOMENS SIZES: XS, S, M, L, XL, 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced Beginner to Intermediate
As you know this is a FAVORITE of Joelle’s for both herself and her daughters! Check out the EYMM blog for lots of inspiration as well as hacks and tutorials to get even more from your pattern! Here are just a few pictures from Joelle’s recent California projects, click on the photos to go to the blog post about the project! A few of the them have tutorials including cutting stripes for a chevron dress, using wovens, and adding sleeves.