Flashback Friday & Updated M4M Charlotte Top

Are you ready for Flashback Friday & Updated M4M Charlotte Top?

Made for Mermaids is re-releasing the Charlotte Top is a special Flashback Friday 12-hour sale!  Reagan loves how simple, but “put together” this top is.  Before I talk more about the pattern itself, I want to mention that if you already own the Charlotte Top, you DO NOT need to re-purchase it.  Just log into your Made for Mermaids account and re-download it.  Also, keep reading to learn about the contest coinciding with the pattern re-release.

M4M Charlotte Top

The Charlotte Top has a classic line and vintage vibe.  Charlotte is fitted through the bust and includes a woven collar.  In addition, banded sleeves add a unique feature.  The pattern has been re-tested and updated.  Finally, the pattern include layers and can be printed in letter, A4, and A0 sizes.


With two collar options – straight or rounded, the Charlotte is an adorable addition to any girls’ closet.  Fine details include small gathers at the top of the shoulder seam and banded sleeves.  Reagan loves the comfort of a knit top, and the collar gives her just the retro look she likes.

Sale Details

Ready to purchase the Charlotte Top and start sewing?  Go grab your copy HERE!!  The pattern is on a re-release flash sale for $5.00 for 12-hours only today from Noon to Midnight CST.


The contest is pretty straight forward.  Sew a new Charlotte Top and post a picture of it on social media with #m4mflashback and #charlottepattern from Friday to Sunday night.  The winner will receive two Made for Mermaids patterns of their choice.  Finally, the random winner will be announced Monday morning.


Final Thoughts

When I first received this pattern, I thought Reagan would dislike it because, to me, it looked like a “little girl” blouse.  She surprised me, and fell in love with it!  Reagan does follow current style trends, but she also likes wearing vintage/retro clothing.  The Charlotte is a quick and easy sew, and I was able to put this one together in about an hour, including taping and cutting.  Furthermore, the collar is a great way to use small scraps from your woven stash.