Patterns

The Triangle Top is a not-so-basic but easy to sew knit top ... read more
The treasure pocket is a little removable pocket perfect for all those toddler treasures ... read more
The Basic Aline Dress is exactly what the name implies ... a basic aline shape dress that is easy to customize ... read more
The Izzy Top is a sweet, feminine curved bodice top that can be finished with an optional elastic hem ... read more
This is a cute ruffled kangaroo pocket that can be added to any existing pattern ... read more
The basic bodice pattern that is used for the starting point of several of my tutorials ... read more
The Confetti Dress is an easy sleeveless peplum style dress with a full skirt and keyhole back opening ... read more
The Butterfly Jumper is a versatile basic that can be easily customized for any little girl ... read more
The Basic Knit Shorts work great as pajama bottoms or as shorts worn under a dress for those who like to hang upside down on the monkey bars ... read more
The Lola Dress is a drop waist tank style dress that is great by itself in the summer but can also be layered in colder weather ... read more
The Baby Bib, the most popular pattern on this blog, has a contoured shape providing full coverage for an infant or toddler (not recommended for a newborn)... read more

10 comments :

  1. Thank you so much for these free patterns with tutorials! I am making the Izzy top now and was looking for a basic Aline dress to purchase and now I don't have to spend the money. I really appreciate it.

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  2. Thank you so much for this great site and your generosity in the time that you spend on making your site so great!! ~
    I love all your patterns, review's, tutorial's, etc!!
    Pinned and FB Shared your Patterns & SIte with all my sewing friends. :D

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  3. A lovely website with some excellent, creative sewing ideas. Thanks

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  4. I came across your site and printed the basic bodice. You don't state the sizes. Could you tell me what the colored lines equal? This is a wonderful site. Thanks.

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    1. You need to download the pattern from Google Docs and print it directly from Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you print it from Google Docs some browsers don't print the words and sizes on the pattern. If that doesn't work, please email me directly and I will send you the pattern.

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    2. Thank you, that worked. Even I was able to figure it out. Woohoo!!!

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  5. Thanks for the Izzy blouse pattern. I think I'm going to add sleeve and make it out of a knit fabric for our Chicago winters.
    Deborah

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  6. I cannot thank you enough for the aline dress and izzy top pattern. These are my 2 go to patterns when I need a dress or shirt for my 2 girls. I have made the aline dress 3 times already and will be making my forth one very soon. The izzy top has been made 3 times and I have also lengthened it to a dress. I think it looks best as a shirt! Keep up the creativity. They are such cute and very simple patterns. Can't go wrong with them in any type of fabric. Thank you thank you thank you :)

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    1. Thanks! I'm glad you like the patterns!

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  7. I love your style! Thanks for sharing...

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