Smooth Sorbet by PR&P

Do I say this every time? I think I do, but sewing for the Project Run & Play collections Look Book is one of my favorite things!

The colors of Smooth Sorbet are so fun and summery, so we had a lot of fun creating this outfit!

The collection includes a great variety of patterns, and you could sew a summer capsule, and sew for girls or boys with it!

We made the Bacca Bootcuts, the Fragola top, and Fetta purse. This was my first ever zip fly! I decided it was the time. Haha! I’ve made jeans before, but always opted for the “pull-on” waistband option. I got to tackle something new, and I’m glad I pushed myself. I think I need to do another one very soon so I don’t go years, and then totally feel like a first-timer again the next time.

White jean shorts are summer dressing at it’s best. I think they look good with just about anything, and she didn’t have any yet this summer, so I was glad to get a chance to make a pair! The Bacca Bootcuts calls for stretch denim, but Jo-Ann didn’t have any white stretch denim, which I had my heart set on, so this pair doesn’t have the same flexibility they might have, but they fit and wear just fine!

We paired it with the Fragola top, which also has dress length options. This is just a cute classic silhouette, and I made it in rayon for a super comfortable, beautiful top! This was a value cut of fabric from Wal-Mart that I loved, and was perfect for this!

Lastly, we completed the outfit with the cutest fruit slice bag! My daughter was specific that she wanted it to look like an orange slice, but I didn’t have any fabric that spoke to me, so I went with a grapefruit look, and that worked out just fine with the location we found, which added the orange color!! This pattern is called the Fetta Purse.

I hope you’ll make an outfit from the newest collection, you can’t go wrong! And check out the Look Book for loads of GORGEOUS inspiration!!

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