The tailored precision of shark’s teeth, also called prairie points, lends elegance to a boy’s gown without it looking overly frilly. And while tradition advocates white as the christening color of choice, pale blue is a charming option for a baby boy. This gown was designed by the late Elizabeth Rhodes for her grandson, Hunter Michael. Elizabeth served as director of the Kent State School of Fashion Design and Merchandising for 15 years. This pattern was excerpted from the book Sewing for a Royal Baby. Download this e-pattern instantly and start sewing this project today! Pattern Sizes: NB–18M
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