Hey there! Happy September! I have two new great patterns to share with you this week. Today, I’ll share the mini ogden cami pattern, one of Kelli’s (from True Bias) newest patterns. I helped her test this pattern, so what you are seeing here is the tester version.
My girl is a bit particular about her clothes. Her daily wear is dependent on comfort, and as a homeschooling family, this often results in athletic shorts and t shirts. These new patterns are just as comfortable to her and she reaches for them often! I love that these two new patterns from Kelli are of the same comfort level, but definitely look so much nicer!
The mini ogden is very similar to the adult version. It has a sweet v neck front, with a front facing. The back is a bit different though. It has a straight seam at the top (instead of the v in the adult version) with elastic casing. I love the simplicity of this top!
This mini ogden was sewn in rayon challis from fabric.com (I don’t see it in stock any longer). I bought this fabric with my girl in mind, knowing that she loves bold, bright colors! I didn’t do the best of jobs lining up the stripes on the side seams. One side matches perfectly, and the one you are seeing here is just slightly off. I’m sure no one will ever notice in every day life, but it’s a little detail that bugs me!
Pattern: Mini Ogden Cami
Fabric: Rayon Challis from Fabric.com
Size: 10, lengthened 1.5 inches (my girl fits in the size 10 measurements, except she’s a bit taller)
*As a pattern tester, I received this pattern in exchange for sewing the pattern and providing feedback. A few minor changes were made to the final pattern, the front neckline was raised .25 inches, the straps were shortened slightly and the elastic was tightened. All minor changes to help perfect the pattern!