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6 Free Sewing Projects to Make for Going Back to School
If you have two little girls and want to dress them in cute coordinating outfits, follow this 15-minute girly (big sister-li'l sister) skirt tutorial. Choose fabrics that complement each other and add details to make each skirt a little bit different. Your girls will be so cute in their sister skirts!
Send your kid to school with all the necessary supplies with this Teeny Trapper Keeper free sewing pattern. Whether your child is starting a new school or just loves to keep his or her art supplies on hand, this unexpected idea would make a great homemade gift idea. Plus, it is small enough to make a creative stocking stuffer. Your child is sure to absolutely adore this free sewing pattern especially if you pack it with a brand new notebook and some crayons!
Sewing for kids isn't always easy but with super-cute ideas like the Rumble Tumble Coveralls, you can rest assured your child will be stylish and comfortable! Simple sewing projects for kids, like this one, can help you create an adorable and functional wardrobe for your kids.
When your little ones are growing every day, making your own clothes like this adorable Simple Summer Dress for Girls will keep you from spending a fortune. Follow this tutorial to learn how to sew a dress that will let her run and play in the summer sun. This free dress pattern only has four pieces, making it quick and easy for beginner sewists. In under an hour, you can make a cute dress that she'll wear all summer long. Choose a bright, colorful fabric that is perfect for the park or the beach.
We've found quality free clothing sewing patterns for girls that we think you'll love. The 35 Free Clothing Sewing Patterns for Girls 13 New Sewing Project Ideas you'll find in this collection are comfy and stylish so your little girl can play and learn in a wonderful handmade wardrobe.
The Eddie Cap Tutorial is the perfect way to outfit a little boy for fall. Sewn hat patterns like this little newsboy cap will keep your little fella's head warm, and this one is just too cute for words!
Make a bedside organizer and leave your nightstand uncluttered with books and magazines. Here's an easy sewing project that offers a stylish solution to an untidy child's bedroom. Keep books, a flashlight or even a sippy cup just a reach away. With a flap to keep this organizer securely between your mattress and box spring as well as pockets that can hold a variety of objects, this project is useful and discreet. Follow Maureen Wilson as she demonstrates how to create this project with this video tutorial.
If you are looking for a way to use up mesh fabric or upcycle some mesh bags you have laying around, this tutorial is for you. This easy upcycled craft will turn a handful of mesh bags into your daugther's (or granddaughter's) new favorite skirt. The Make it with Mesh Girls' Skirt Pattern makes a ballerina out of any little lady. She will absolutely love it! This is the perfect spring skirt. Plus, you can make it in any size.
Nostalgic for the days of greasers and poodle skirts? Harken back to the 1950s with this Boys Retro Varsity Jacket. Sewing a jacket can be tricky, but this tutorial makes it easy to create a sporty, adorable sweatshirt for your little boy. This lightweight DIY jacket is perfect for layering in cooler weather and would be an adorable back to school outfit. The vintage style is sure to capture everyone's heart and remind them of a bygone era of style. Your little boy will love his comfy new jacket, and you'll love how easy and affordable it was to make.
You no longer need it, but the fact that you spent weeks knitting that scarf makes you reluctant to throw it out. Instead of tossing your handiwork, use it on this Scarf to Shrug Transformation. From this easy sewing tutorial, you can learn how to refashion an accessory into a lovely wearable for your little girl. Apart from looking absolutely darling, this DIY shrug complements any outfit in between seasons. Whether the weather is warming up from a chilly winter or cooling down after a scorching summer, you'll be grateful you tried this DIY instead of throwing out your knit scarf.
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