Tiny babies get dirty QUICK! This is why every parent knows that you can never have too many bibs to keep baby’s clothes clean from drool, and burp cloths to keep Mom’s shirt clean from spit-up! Sew up a bunch of these for your own use, or make a few … Continue reading
This free puppy and monkey costume come in size 2T to fit a 20.5″ chest and a height of 33″ to 36″. You can also use your imagination and make many different animals! SKILL LEVEL: Beginner SKILLS NEEDED: Zipper
This free bib pattern includes sizes for infants, toddlers, big kids and adults, too! All sizes are designed with a wrap-around, snapping neckline to make the bib easy to put on and take off. Instructions are included for upcycling old button-down shirts to make clothing protectors for grown-ups and children … Continue reading
Create a rainbow sherbet fluffy coat for your kids using a minky cuddle shag fabric. The jacket is cozy, but not too heavy – the Cuddle Shag is super light and with a silky, fluid hand, unlike traditional faux fur that has a firm backing. Get the FREE tutorial HERE.
These baby leg warmers are too cute for your sweet little babies! You can make these for your cuties by using an old sweater from your closet or you can get a sweater at any thrift store. So adorable! Check the FREE tutorial HERE.
Here’s a fantastic new and FREE sweatpants pattern that forms part of a set called “Sew Fit” over on So-Sew-Easy.com. The pattern comes in sizes from 6 to 24 and is easy to make. With pockets large enough for your phone, they are certainly not the tight leggings that many are … Continue reading
This bag is really fun for little ones, but it really works for anyone. You could even make the straps longer and keep it for yourself! And it is so much fun to make! Wouldn’t a pineapple sack make a fun gift for giving too? Get the FREE tutorial HERE.
This is the easiest free hoodie pattern and tutorial I could come up with. I have tried my best to simplify the method, but still, I believe it is for the intermediate to the advanced seamstress. As promised, we are going to slowly work our way into comfortable workout clothing. … Continue reading
Here’s how to make cozy insulated snow pants for your kids for less than $25 and make them for not more than 1 hour! Let your kids wear them while playing outside this winter. Check the FREE tutorial HERE.
Here’s an easy guide on how to make a raglan shirt, with a pattern that suits children from 18 months to 10 years old. You can use old clothes for the sleeves. Are you excited to make some for your kids? Check the FREE pattern and tutorial HERE.