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 →
Car seat cover pattern Do you hate the look of your baby’s car seat. Try this Car seat cover pattern and tutorial on for size. A simple slip cover just for your car seat. Its a quick and easy sew. Find the car seat cover pattern here.
Budding Baby Bunting Blanket tutorial The Budding Baby Bunting Blanket is the perfect keepsake blanket for your little one. What makes it so special? You are using those special baby photos to create the bunting on the blanket. This will be a blanket that they can enjoy when they are … Continue reading →
The Toddler Dry Erase Coloring Placemat pattern is such a fun project, especially if you are a parent. My daughter loves coloring and we always have piles of coloring pages around the house (she loves to see her masterpieces on display – we just call it a mess) It’s quite … Continue reading →
Doll strollers are inexpensive and most times prove to be money well spent. Little kids just love pushing their babies around. If the frames seem quite durable and outlive the stroller linings, don’t throw out that old doll stroller, make a new doll stroller liner that’s stronger than the original. … Continue reading →
This turtleneck for babies pattern and tutorial is suitable for babies 18-24 months.If you wanted to sew a for babies in your family or for your friends but couldn’t find any free patterns around the blogosphere, you came to the right place. Here’s a perfect blouse for cooler days. Find the turtleneck … Continue reading →
The sun is out, the temperatures are warming up, and it’s almost time for taking the little ones to the pool or beach! Since kids grow so fast, you know that last summer’s swimsuits aren’t going to fit this year. So why not have some fun making them new … 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 →
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