Here's how you look in just your dressing gown and ugg boots (they're not in-shot, but trust me, I'm wearing them).
But here's how you look in the gorgeous Ella set.
Spot the difference :-) ?
All joking aside, I really love this set. The cami is really quick to sew up, and with a change in fabric, would be fine as a normal summer top. You can even lengthen the main section, and loose the ruffle for a less ruffly look (although ruffles do seem to be popping up everywhere lately).
The pants also include a full length option, and pockets (I didn't include the pockets). And the set pairs beautifully with the Willow Kimono as a light dressing gown (it's next on my sewing list - that fleece dressing gown is very cuddly, but way too hot for summer).
I'm really pleased to have found a use for this fabric too. It's a random synthetic I found at an op shop once upon a time. The weave is so tight, it's like a microfibre. It has lovely drape and hand, but I'm not sure I could have pulled off that floral in normal streetwear. But it's perfect for sleepwear.
This item is available for FREE with a code found exclusively in the Designer Stitch Pattern Support group on Facebook.
And as an extra bonus Designer Stitch patterns are all on sale for 30% off during the last week of birthday celebrations (here's my Birthday Blog Tour post). This will be the last major storewide sale until the end of the year, so it's a good time to check things out. You can also check out all my previous Designer Stitch Posts.
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