Already 5 years ago the vivax dress was released. I tested the Vivax dress back then for our eldest. At the moment our youngest is wearing my first Vivax. And now there is a free cowl add on for the kid’s Vivax top and dress from Sofilantjes*, so I sewed another Vivax. This time I sewed a Vivax for our middle girl.
The vivax dress has a regular round neckline option, a (crossover) collar option (which I sewed the first time) and now there is an extra cowl option. This cozy cowl makes the vivax even better for cozy sweaters and dresses. I really like that you can sew the cowl with two different colors (lining and main fabric) to give it some extra colour. Of course for the sleeves I chose the sleeves with two colour blocks. There is also a sleeve option with just one colour block.
As you can see below there is a new release as the Vivax is now also available for Women, so I sewed one for myself! The Adults‘s Vivax top and dress also has the cowl included. The Vivax pattern is also available as a bundle.
I already used this fabric for another dress and this sweater. Great use of this beautiful fabric!
Fabric: The butterfly fabric, which I used in this dress and in this sweater, is French Terry Phiseux from Stoffen Hemmers.
Pattern: Vivax top and dress by Sofilantjes ((also available for adults and as a bundle)
Sizing: 12M – 14Y
Options: round neckline, collar, cowl, top or dress length, 4 sleeve lengths (short, half sleeve, 3/4 sleeve or long sleeve)
Difficulty: Beginner/ Advanced Beginner
Items in 2023: 13
# Fabric this post: 0 in – 3 out (Total fabric in 2023: bought 0 new fabric – used 21 fabric – 2 scrap pieces – 2 gifted fabric) – in total 0 in 21 out and 2 scraps
# Patterns in 2023: 0 in – 1 out
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