I know I’ve mentioned before how much I love Sewing Clothes Kids Love: Sewing Patterns and Instructions for Boys’ and Girls’ Outfits. Insa skirt: size matters! Sometimes these things happen. You sew something up and it doesn’t fit. Guess what, this rarely ever happens to me. Sewing Patterns and Instructions for Boys’ and Girls’ Outfits Nancy Langdon, 68 size chart, 62 sleeves, 68, 69 straight stitch, 51 Insa Skirt Dortje waistband.

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I am joining in for Kids Clothes Week this spring! I used some scrap cording and narrow white bias tape to make the piping. Of course I found that out after naptime, when I had already neatly bound the neck and opening edges with narrow bias tape, a lovely skit, if I may say so. The piping was a bear to get in nicely The fabric is leftover from my sewing room curtains.

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Saturday, April 20, Happy Birthday, Mom! Daisy Kingdom gingham, scraps of cotton in white and purple rose print Apttern I love how it turned out!


It turned out beautiful – the only issue is, I did not do the keyhole opening at the back deep enough, so it still doesn’t go over her head Posted by CraftyHourMom at 2: Here it is without a shirt under it.

Oh, well, another 2 yards off the shelf!!

Insa Skirt

But — I made this top, based pahtern the lining of an Ottobre dress, still trying to figure out a woven top for my big-headed kid so I can do the Wellen tank.

I think I’d be happier with it if I’d made the smaller size bodice, and also either extended the polka dot side of the bodice more than I did. I think this will just be for layering instead of a sleeveless top.

Fun pattern, once again! Sikrt have most of the patterns I want to use traced out, just a few left. If I did it again, I’d do one size smaller for width and one size bigger for length. Isn’t that just the most cheeky little face?? I used the tutorial heremostly for dimensions. I could not figure out how to do square inside corners without having it bench out. I had naptime to sew in, then a quiet evening, so more like 3 hours.


The instructions for sewing the bubble hem had me twisting my brain inside out. Buttonholes refused to work evenly on this because of the bulk of the piped edge, so I did snaps instead. She’s quite pleased with it. She helped pick them out – they are round with stars engraved in them.

It has a fault every so often – the pocket and the tag are covering the two that were on this length of fabric! She loves it though – “Adidail pitty!

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Then I just pinned the hems together from the outside – awkward, but I couldn’t visualize it They did not lie flat – the culprit might be the lightweight fabric. Sorry for the blur – she never stops moving! But I still love it. FarbenmixgirlKCWCkidskidsclothesweeksewing.