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6 Free Sewing Projects to Make for Going Back to School
At the next social gathering when your son walks in donning this Little Gatsby Hat, you'll thank yourself for giving this easy hat pattern a try. For those of you who love to accessorize but don't quite know how to with boys, you might consider learning how to sew a hat like this one. A timeless design, this is one pattern for a hat that will never go out of style. Use it for every special occasion as long as it fits his head.
Let your toddler slumber in style when you sew up this free nightie pattern for her. With easy to follow directions, beautiful design, and a comfy fit, the Sweet Dreams Free Nightie pattern is going to be your girl's new favorite pajama piece. She might even beg to go to bed early just to put it on. This would make a great summer dress if you sew it up in a thicker, floral fabric as well.
Learning how to sew a skirt for your little girl was never more rewarding than this. Once you set eyes on the Bluebell Reversible Scalloped Skirt, you'll hardly be able to keep from running to your sewing machine. Easy sewing projects that yield a two-in-one piece of clothing are definitely worth the work. Put some time into this simple skirt pattern and you'll be happy with the results. Every time you see your girl wearing this scalloped skirt you'll thank yourself for making it.
Your little lady will be the most stylish diva on the playground when you sew her this Minky Swing Jacket Pattern. This adorable, faux fur coat looks absolutely trendy and expensive while only costing you the price tag of some simple, fuzzy fabric. This coat is warm enough to keep your little lady warm on a cool spring day. Plus, it looks so grown up that she will be begging to keep it on.
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.
If your kiddo has a million toys laying around, you might need a better method of organizing. There is only so much a kid can do to clean up when there isn't anywhere to put all those little pieces. This How to Organize Toys DIY Pouch will show you exactly how to create a cute little drawstring bag for the playroom. If you create a bunch of these, your kids will have somewhere to store all those toys.
The Elsa Dress will undoubtedly be a huge hit if the recipient loves the movie that inspired it. Learn how to make a dress for girls who are giant Disney fans by following this easy tutorial. With a simple circle skirt for the lower half and a basic bodice, you'll find that this design is an easy dress to make. Enjoy the gems that adorn the bodice and waistline of this dress, as well as the gorgeous tulle that acts as shoulder straps.
When you're sewing for kids, it's important to keep comfort and fashion in mind. You won't get them in anything uncomfortable or something the kids aren't wearing at school. Check out the T-Shirt Tunic and Legging tutorial for an outfit that's both comfy and stylish. If you're looking for sewing ideas for kids, here's one that they're sure to love.
Pink is the new green in fairyland. This DIY Tinkerbell Costume shows you how to create a pink variation of everyone's favorite fairy outfit. DIY sewing projects like this let you make a costume your daughter will love. Your child will have a blast dressing up in a costume made especially for her. She'll look like she's off to Neverland as soon as she dons this adorable costume and her Tinkerbell wings. This is a budget-friendly alternative to purchasing a costume from the store. Don't spend big bucks when you can try DIY crafts like this.
Audrey Hepburn was one of the classiest and most elegant style icons of all time. Give your little girl some glamor with The Audrey Hepburn Cape. This tutorial shows you how to make a cape that will make your little girl feel like a movie star. To create this cape, you can use a circle skirt pattern, making this project incredibly easy and fast. This cape would be perfect for a 1950s starlet DIY Halloween costume, but it is stylish and practical for everyday wear too. Everyone will smile when they see your little fashionista in her elegant new cape.
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