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Mori Dress & Top Release

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Quem é que ainda não conhece os moldes E&E Patterns, da Heidi? A quem disse não, aconselho uma visita à loja dela, hoje encontram o novo molde, que por sinal testei e vos mostro hoje. Aproveitem que está com desconto até quarta e vejam o resto dos seus moldes. Dela, testei também o Spring Showers Jacket, podem ler o que escrevi sobre ele na altura aqui.

Who doesn't know  E&E Patterns by Heidi, yet? To those who said no, I would recommend you to visit her shop, today, you will find a new pattern there, which I have tested and am sharing with you. Go there and use the discount available until next wednesday, and since you're there don't forget to check her other patterns. I have also tested her Spring Showers Jacket, and you can read what I wrote about it here


Mas voltemos ao dia de hoje, em que a Heidi lança o molde Mori Dress & Top... Que é simplesmente lindo. Quando vi este tester call, não consegui mesmo resistir. Várias vezes antes tentei a minha sorte a testar para ela, mas tirando o casaco, nunca consegui ir a tempo, pois ela costuma ter as inscrições abertas por muito pouco tempo e a concorrência é sempre mais que muita. Mas fui uma das sortudas, e depois de costurar a peça ainda me senti mais feliz por ter sido escolhida. No grupo de teste, a opinião das mães e das filhas foi unânime; tanto os vestidos como os tops, fizeram as delicias de todas. As meninas não os queriam despir, e eu, a cada versão que via aparecer achava sempre que aquela é que era a minha preferida.

Let's get back to today, the day Heidi is launching her Mori Dress & Top pattern... It is simply beautiful. When I saw this tester call, I just couldn't resist. A lot of times I tried my luck testing for her, but apart from the jacket, I wasn't able to apply on time, since her calls are on for a short time and there's lots of people applying. But I was one of the lucky ones this time and after sewing my piece, I was even happier about being a tester on this one. The opinions were the same in the testing group, moms and daughter, tops or dresses everyone loved them. The little girls wouldn't take it off, and I, at each new one I saw, thought it to be my fave. 


O que se destaca neste molde, são os folhos forrados, costurados nas costuras na linha princesa na frente e trás do corpo da peça, que é, ele também forrado. Agora mais especificamente falando do meu top, usei um tecido de algodão fino e suave que recebi da Sara, tanto para o exterior, tanto para o forro. Fiz o tamanho 4 para a minha princesa e ficou mesmo no ponto. Como estava muito frio, experimentámos vestir uma camisola de gola por baixo - porque depois de o experimentar para eu ver se lhe caia bem, quis porque quis vestir o top nesse dia, e não adiantou de muito eu lhe dizer que era para o verão. Gostámos, e assim se dá mais uso ao top, em vez de esperar que os dias quentes voltem. E pronto, se quiserem ver as versões teste do grupo, ou pelo menos algumas, visitem o blog da Heidi, aqui

I think the great thing about this pattern, are the lined flounces, attached on princess seamson front and back bodice, also lined. Now specifically talking about mine, I used a soft and think cotton fabric I got from Sara, for main and linning. I made size 4 for my princess and it was spot on. Since it was too cold we tried to layer it with a turtle neck - after trying it on her for fit, she insisted in wearing it that day, and I wasn't lucky trying to change her mind by telling her it was meant for summer. We liked it, and this way we can use it more often, instead of waiting for the warm days. And that's it, if you want to see tester photos, at least some of them, visit Heidi's blog here

Comments

  1. Que top tão giro!! E ter modelos que adoram o que lhes fazem então é 5 estrelas ;o) Este inverno está a ser bem mais rigoroso e eu que sempre fui mais de frio que calor até eu já ando farta de tanto frio, olha hoje esteve bem quente, talvez foi a biela que mandou um pouco de vontade em que o verão chegue ;o) Beijinhos

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  2. Tão giro! E que modelo mais gira ainda! ;) Está tão grande! :) Bjs

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    1. Obrigado Ana. Gostei mesmo deste. Sim, ela tem estado a desenvolver agr um pouco mais.

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  3. Fica-lhe mesmo giro, Magda!
    O look ficou super bem conseguido - e gosto imenso de o ver sobreposto. Tudo maravilhoso: o top e a mini-modelo <3

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    1. Obrigado! Os teus estão lindoosssss.
      Ahahah o facto da miúda ter exigido vestir o top num dia de inverno até calhou bem.

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  4. This is adorable! And why does your daughter all of a sudden look all grown up??
    Great photos too:)

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  5. Ficou tão giro e fica tão bem na modelo! :-) Ela tem razão, porque haveria de tirar o top se lhe fica mesmo bem ;-)

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    1. Obrigado Maria. Estou mortinha para ver o que fazes com o molde.
      Ah mas ela teve de o tirar... e voltar a vestir com a gola por baixo!

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  6. Adoro o tecido que usaste. Ficou tão bonito!

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    1. Obrigado Carla. Foi prenda de Natal da Sara (Made by Sara) entre outros maravilhosos que ela enviou e que ainda não tive oportunidade de usar.

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