Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Allison Reversible Dress Sewing Pattern

 The hem line of  this sewing pattern is expected to hit right below the knees. The model wearing the green dress is tall for her age.

This Reversible Dress Sewing Pattern is as handy as it is beautiful, It can be your best friend during play, travel or parties. If your little one stains it, just turn it over and it looks as good as another! This could  be  the perfect  addition to your  little girl's wardrobe this summer. You get two dresses in one!
Made with cotton fabric in a class A line cut, it can take the place of your favorite sun dress. Mix solids and prints, stripes and solids, polka and stripes, let your imagination take flight!

* Deigned with the beginner seamstress in mind, this tutorial with its full body template and step by step instructions, makes it a easy for any novice seamstress.
* Pattern runs from size 0-3 months to 8 Years and can be used many times over the years as your little girl grows.
* Pictures of every step are included.

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Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Amelia's Ruffled Pants, Jeans Refashion Sewing Tutorial


This ruffled pants sewing pattern was a joy to write. Though making a step by step tutorial involved more work than I had imagined the the result was extremely gratifying. This refashion tutorial will be a breeze for a beginner seamstress and you will end up with a unique finished product that will make you proud. Amelia's Ruffled pants will undoubtedly add a touch of fun to your little girl's wardrobe.

This pants takes less than 1/2 yard of fabric and can be a great way to use any leftover fabric in your stash. I have had this polka dot fabric for quite some time now and didn't know what to do with it. I dearly hold on to  any small piece thinking I might be able to put it to use sometime in the future. You never know what ideas you might get when the creative bug bites.

My little niece hates wearing her jeans and this girly twist to  her boring jeans made her eyes sparkle. The belt can be tied on to the jeans or on to your little girl's hair to get a totally different look. You don't have to limit yourself to polka dot fabrics, try a floral or a stripe to add your own touch.  Experiment with the length of the ruffle, keep it short to get a ruffled capri. This pants will look best when paired with a simple white top. I think a peasant top would work great too.  You can mix and match it with different tops to add variety to your wardrobe. So grab your sewing notions and join me as I walk you through every step of this Blissful Sewing Project!

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