Fleece hat Ribbon pattern This free fleece hat ribbon pattern is cute and relatively easy to make! This ribbon hat is adorable on little girls! This fleece project has easy sew options if you have a button-hole phobia. Tip: Make multiple ribbons so you can switch them out to go … Continue reading
Pillowcase dress pattern and tutorial This is a perfect tutorial for anyone who loves a quick and cute kids refashioning project. Learn how to make this little girls peasant style dress with an elasticated waist from a cute vintage pillowcase. It’s very comfy and the bodice pattern is sized for ages … Continue reading
Peplum Top Free Pattern With the weather getting chillier soon, this Piped peplum top free pattern seems like a perfect project to get ready for the season change. Peplum tops are flattering on both adults and children and on this particular one the peplum does a little twirl. To make this … Continue reading
Rainbow dress tutorial This rainbow dress tutorial features a cute maxi dress for little girls that is easy to make without a pattern as the fitting focus falls on the bodice, the skirt doesn’t have to be as exact. Once the bodice is made is just a simple matter of … Continue reading
Reversible Circle Skirt pattern This is a project for little girls and I absolutely love how creative the author got with this dress. She calls this reversible circle skirt The April Showers Skirt (because April showers bring May flowers). You can use whatever material you want for yours, but her … Continue reading
The Monkey Bar Skirt pattern features a playground-friendly knit skirt with attached knit shorts underneath. Your girl can spin, cartwheel, and hang upside down without worry. Make an a-line skirt or a gathered tiered skirt. The waistband is a double layer of knit so it’s comfy for them and you … Continue reading
This girls dress pattern is a beautiful summer dress made using just 4 fat quarters of fabric and some ribbon. The project is for a toddler dress but you could scale it up to make the dress for an older child.
This mini taggie quilt tutorial would make the ideal gift for a friend who is having a baby. More interesting than a taggie blanket but just as snugly for the child. It is made using fat quarters so it’s a great way to use up any fat quarters you have … Continue reading
This Flutter Sleeve Peasant top is not only sweet but also roomy and comfortable, perfect for hot days, without being too full like many other peasant or pillowcase tops can be. The tutorial has been featured on Scattered thoughts of a crafty mom.
These soft, cuddly bunnies are just waiting to be loved. This easy project is perfect for any old or scrap cashmere or soft woolens you might have. Step by step photos and directions make this a quick and easy pattern to follow, even for a novice sewer. You can find … Continue reading