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I tested two of the styles in two different sizes. Bean is right at the edge of 2T for some clothing and about to leap into 3T for others so I thought it would be great to see how each size fit her.
The Regular T-Shirt was tested in size 2T. I used an existing T-shirt that I have been wanting to resize for Bean (it's my father's business) with some ribbing for the neckline. I think it turned out perfect. It's a basic T, but again it was made super quick without having to think of tracing or grading.
The Peter Pan Collar with a back keyhole opening I tested in a 3T. This one fits Bean better in size which is what I thought would happen. It's tough when kids are right in between sizes, but this just shows that the pattern sizes for BSP are spot on.
That collar and keyhole are adorable, right? In the picture below she thought it was hilarious that the kitty was licking it's fur so she was pretending to lick, hehe.
I love the shirt so much that Bean wore it for some family portraits we took while we were visiting MA last week.
With the option for a hood and/or kangaroo pocket I know this is a basic we'll use over and over again. Especially since the sizing goes up to 8. I highly recommend this pattern (affiliate link)!
And one last picture of Bean driving my father's lawn mower. She was very excited until she actually got up there, hehe.
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