Petite Stitchery & Co. Sunny Sweats

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Petite Stitchery & Co. Sunny Sweats

Have you seen the new Petite Stitchery & Co. Sunny Sweats*??

If you know me then you know I LOVE a good color block pattern, and a pattern that has a TON of options PLUS color blocking is just IRRESISTABLE!!! 😍😍 Why am I obsessed with colorblocking you might ask? Well it's because it allows me to use up some of my beloved scraps that I've been hoarding saving. Plus having 4 boys that tend to get jealous if mom makes something for one of them and not the others I LOVE getting to mix things up to customize their makes based on their intrests and yet they are still "matchy". Ohh and it makes laundry WAY EASIER 🀣🀣

EVERY SINGLE Petite Stitchery & Co pattern I've gotten has completely BLOWN ME AWAY with all the options they contain. I mean what kind of magic do they put into their patterns? You buy one pattern and end up with at least 3?!?!? 🀯🀯🀯 That's why when I saw they were releasing a sweatpant pattern I knew it was going to be EPIC!!! 

I snagged a copy of the pattern in kids size and shopped my stash looking for the PERFECT fabric.... My eyes instantly landed on this AMAZING Burnout Sweater Knit I snagged a while back and a vision started to form! I was hoping that I would have enough of this fabric to make each of my guys a pair of sweats from it each with a different color block option. I had some Navy*, Mustard*, and Heathered Olive* French Terry scraps and got to work!

Right as I was about to cut into my fabric I realized I haven't made pants for the boys in a few months so it might be good to check their inseam lengths to be sure I was making the correct size. I am SO GLAD I did too, because not only did they ALL go up a size, but my younger middle guy went up TWO!!!! 😲😲 Because of that I came up a little shy on the burnout, but decided since I was just making little man a basic non color blocked one that I would use some of the Ash Grey French Terry I snagged before it went out of stock, and since it was the same fabric I used for the other guys' waistbands and cuffs it would still kind of coordinate πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ

The pattern comes with both zipper pockets, and inseam pockets, or you can choose to do no pockets (but I NEVER recommend to forgo pockets because who doesn't LOVE pockets?). You can also choose to finish off the legs of your sweats with a cuff or elastic If that isn't enough for you, there is also the option to add a drawstring to the waistband!! 🀯 Ohh and did I mention not only can you do plain sweats, but you can choose to do single color block, symmetrical color blocking, asymmetrical color blocking, and you can even color block the bottom.... With all those options there is an ENDLESS variety of versions you could make with this pattern!!!

Look how PERFECT they paired with the Yoda One for Me* Ragtag Raglans* I made for them a few weeks back 😍😍😍😍

So what are you waiting for??? Go grab your copy of this AMAZING pattern and make some of the coziest, comfiest, most awesome sweats EVER!! πŸƒβ€β™€οΈπŸƒβ€β™€οΈ

Ohh and did I mention that it comes in Adult* and Kids* sizes?? Why should the kiddos get all this comfy amazingness? Hubby has already requested a pair, and you best believe I am going to be living in these.... best part I would totally rock these to a playdate or grocery pickup and not even bat an eye 😍😍

What option of the Sunny's will you make first?

xoxo- Melissa 😘

*This blog contains some affilate links. If you have been inspired by my makes and would like to create one of your own, using my links don't cost anything extra. If you purchase something after clicking on one of my links I might recieve a small commission to help support my sewing/fabric addiction πŸ’•

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