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Digital sleepover pajamas sewing pattern

The Oliver + S Digital Sleepover Pajamas sewing pattern features cuffs that can be let down as the child grows and the comfortable pants have no side seam.

Love lulu doll, plush,softie handmade one of a kind - love the hair

Pattern for knit dresses, 12 months to 12 years.  I love how versatile this is and I *do* still have four girls under 12, plus mystery-gender baby due in a few months.

Go To Signature Dress

WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE ART ROOM??: Start of 2014-2015 School Year COLLABORATION PROJECT

Hmm, this could be a good directive, do a body tracing, then all around write positive words or symbols that describe yourself.

Vision Accomplished – Bow Collar by Sweeter Than Cupcakes

Vision Accomplished – Bow Collar

As we all anxiously prepare for the Sewing Kid's Clothes Linky party tomorrow (aren't you all anxiously awaiting?

*NEW* Lace Dot Capelet

Look at this Joyfolie White Lace Polka Dot Capelet - Girls on today!

yo elijo coser: DIY: kimono o bata de casa. Patrón gratis

DIY: kimono o bata de casa. Patrón gratis

StraightGrain. A blog about sewing: Nani Iro never disappoints, episode #539

Choose your price for a collection of amazing digital sewing patterns while supporting independent designers and children’s education.

Cotton Sun Bonnet...this "reproduction" is quite problematic.  A BLACK sunbonnet is fantastically impractical, and this one is missing the all-important neck flap, which is key to protecting skin from sun and insects!  Sunbonnets were generally made from light-colored scrap muslin or calico; much cooler and more comfortable than dark hues. As a practical, not aesthetic, item, the bonnet would be pulled forward to shade eyes, cheeks, nose, and forehead...NOT set atop one's hair as shown here!

Cotton Sun Bonnet

Cotton Sun Bonnet...this "reproduction" is quite problematic. A BLACK sunbonnet is fantastically impractical, and this one is missing the all-important neck flap, which is key to protecting skin from sun and insects! Sunbonnets were generally made from light-colored scrap muslin or calico; much cooler and more comfortable than dark hues. As a practical, not aesthetic, item, the bonnet would be pulled forward to shade eyes, cheeks, nose, and forehead...NOT set atop one's hair as shown here!

White background and blue flowers.

Sun Bonnet, Blue
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