Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Pillowcase Dress Sewing Pattern (3 Months to 8 Years)







This is a sewing pattern for a girl's dress and not the finished item. These lovely pictures were taken by Olive Coleman Photography.

This is a nice and easy dress for any novice seamstress. This outfit is so versatile that it can be worn all year around, paired with a tee or turtle neck during fall and winter and as it is during spring and summer. It is simple to sew without any normal hassles like zippers or buttons. Given the measurements and detailed photographs, you can complete the dress in almost an hour or even less!

The pattern contains detailed step by step instructions for ages ranging from 3 months to 8 years and can be used many times as your child grows.

* It is complete with a pictorial representation of the whole sewing process and is suitable for any beginner.

* This pattern comes with a printable template for the arm hole.

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$5.50

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Abby's Reversible Hooded Baby Blanket (Free Sewing Pattern)





This free sewing pattern is for a baby flannel with two different prints (or materials) on either side, a very beginner sewing project with delightful results!  The hood can be flipped to both sides  making it a Reversible Hooded Baby Flannel. You can make it with flannel fabric on both sides to make a heavy one or substitute with cotton fabric on one side for a lighter one. This flannel can be made in half-an-hour or even less. Now you don't have to buy  an expensive blanket for your baby or for a last minute  baby shower gift. Make them in shades of blue for a baby boy and it could never go wrong. Make as many as you want with this easy to follow tutorial and don't forget to add this project to your list of thrifty gift ideas.

Click Here for the Free Sewing Pattern