Cece Top by Popolok Design - Pattern Review

Recently, I was asked by Popolok Design to test their new pattern. I happily agreed -a small business run by a mother, sign me up! The pattern, Cece top and dress, looks absolutely darling.
 Just check out the peplum! I used two coordinating fabrics by Robert Kaufman. I also added a trim around the waist. I had it for a long time and was glad that I could finally use it.

The pattern pieces were easy to assemble. I cut size 5 according to the measurements and it fits perfectly. The instructions, although minimal,  had pictures for each step and were easy to follow. There are different variations you can make, including a dress. Overall, I am happy with the top. Also the patterns are very reasonably priced. Check out their etsy store.

Ania's idea of modeling. :)



  1. That's lovely! Your daughter is adorable, love her curls :-)

  2. Very cute shirt and your model is adorable! I'm jealous of those curls. :)

  3. I love seeing all the different designs we came up with this pattern! Your's is darling and your daughter is adorable. Again, those curls!!! :D

  4. this is totally adorable with just the right amount of extra touches, nice!

  5. Your daughter is so adorable & what a lovely top! Thanks for stopping by my blog.



  6. I love the top with the little "basque"! It is very trendy and looks super nice on Ania, makes her look very very fashionable, sweet and girly:) and btw, I like the new modeling approach too! :)


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