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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Stylish Kids Patterns For 2013; My Big List

Are you getting ready for kids sewing this spring?
I am really excited about some of the fashion forward kids patterns available online.
I have a few pattern picks if you are planning on sewing kids clothes for the upcoming spring/ summer season which is just around the corner!

Girls sweatpants and tunic by Burdastyle
Girls knit pullover by Burdastyle
Boys leather jacket by Burdastyle
Leopard jacket and  boys skinny jeans by Burdastyle
Varsity cowl neck pullover by Peek A Boo patterns

Lucy Tunic by Shwin Designs

Go To Shift Dress by Go To Patterns
Boys shorts and shirt by Burdastyle
Banyan by Figgy's Patterns
Sunki by Figgy's Patterns
Perfect Polo  by Blank Slate Patterns

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  1. Love the Molly School Skirt! It would be perfect with burda's: Legacy Jacket 08/2011 #143 which I'm planning to make ths spring for L

  2. Wow what a lot if very cool and frill-free kids patterns you found! LOVE the button jumpsuit even though they are crazy unpractical :-)

  3. Great roundup, Justine! Trendy, yet classic.

  4. I am going to be sewing up some Oliver and S 2+2 blouses (and dress versions) this month. Old pattern, but I still love it. Burda has had a few amazing kid's collections this year. I loved that whole issue that you featured at top. I've been attracted to Figgy Patterns, but haven't bought any yet. I did sew a couple items from Violette Field Threads. The Josephine pattern was ok, but I really liked the Whitney Pants. I'll be reviewing those soon. I've also got the Fiona from them to try, plus a cute New Look I recently picked up. Soooo, yes to answer your question - lots of wish lists. We'll see how much I get through.

  5. I love the Molly School Skirt and the Go to Shift dress! The Lucy top is also really cute. I'm hoping to make some things for my little sisters this spring/summer after the semester is over.

  6. Thank you for sharing these patterns and resources.. Some really cute ideas..

  7. Thank you for pointing out some little boy patterns that I've never seen! There's so much more available for girls than boys so it's nice to have these options available.

  8. I totally agree with all of these. Many have been on my list for a while. I'm loving all the great styles from Burda right now!!! Figgy's are also really great too!!

  9. I have some of those burda patterns but I have been so distracted by the burda women's patterns, I have not yet gotten to sewing up the one's for kids.

  10. Great selection. Thank you for sharing. I have made the leopard coat for my daughter. Was very easy to grade up too.


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