Category Archives: Sewing for kids

A doll wardrobe must have: Leggings! Make some from socks.

Hello! This is the site’s first pdf pattern, and I’m sharing it with you to celebrate the event!      Leggings are a must have staple for an 18″ dolls wardrobe. This free pattern is for making leggings from long socks. There are such great long sock styles out there,...
Read more

Make a Softie Charm

  This is an easy to make charm that can be draped over a photo frame, clipped to a handbag or keychain. This is my first charm, but for my next ones it will be fun to pull out all the stops! Must have (and give) many! To stitch the...
Read more

New: Fluffy tulle skirts and separates for 18″ doll.

Every little girl has a romantic side and fluffy tulle skirts are a romantic trend that many adore. Worn for ballet or with cowboy boots and a sweatshirt, this look is so adorable. This pattern is so you can create the look for your little romantic’s 18″ doll. (Click photo for...
Read more

Halloween and creative costuming

Halloween is just a few weeks away, so the quest for a perfect costume may begin. If you plan to sew one up, there is enough time to do so. When my kids were growing up I always wanted to be creative, yet make something quickly. Of course there always...
Read more

Stuffed animals. Easy!

These sassy little guys are made with woven cotton and Minky. Only 2 pattern pieces are used to make each animal. Set aside a couple of hours and you can make a bunch of these (click each photo for full details). Great project for a beginner. Stitch on!  ...
Read more