10 free kids sewing patterns

Kids clothes are pretty much the cutest things in the world.  Why not liven up your child’s closet with a few new items or you could go all out and make a whole new wardrobe.  Children love to collaborate on …

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Freebie: Fabric bundle wraps to store and label your stashMany fabric stores package their remnants in rolls or  bundles with a paper wrapper to hold it together.  Why not do the same for your fabric stash?  It’s a good way to store lots of fabric in a small space.  Placed …

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Freebie: Printable vintage button labelsYou can download a free printable with these vintage button images from World Label.  The printable was created by the ever-awesome Cathe Holden from Just Something I Made.  They’re sized to fit the 1″ label sheets from World Label.  …

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labelsIf your New Year’s organizational push includes getting your sewing room in order, check out these printable labels from Sarah Healy.  You download them for free at See Kate Sew.  You can put them on clear glass jars to label the contents - …

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Freebie: Imperial to metric yardage converterTiff from Happydashery has a free printable for sewers who use metric measurements.  It’s a conversion chart that takes standard yardage lengths and converts them from imperial to metric measurements.   She also gives conversions for standard seam allowances.  Go to Happydashery for the free printable

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Freebie: Standard Measurements Chart for drafting garment patternsIf you draft your own patterns – or want to get started drafting your own patterns, Lauren Dahl has a treat for you.  She continues her Lauren Dahl continues her pattern drafting series with a free downloadable chart with standard …

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chart1Petite clothing is sized for women 5′ 4″ or shorter.  In a store, you could shop the petite section.  When sewing, you can adjust any pattern to fit a petite with some simple alterations.  Madalynne shares a handy chart showing the adjustments …

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SewingJournalPage1AngelaB keeps a journal of her sewing projects, making notes about what she made, what worked, what didn’t work, and more.  She writes about her sewing journal in a guest post at Sew, Mama, Sew! and she also shares a …

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Amy from Positively Splendid guest blogs at Honeybear Lane with a free printable sewing project planner.  She uses these planners in her own sewing process.  She often cuts multiple projects out at the same time, and then packs all the …

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Toni from Sugar Tart Crafts shares a chart with standard measurements for kids’ clothes.  It’s the first post in her Pattern Perfect Kids series that shows how to draft your own patterns for kids’ clothes.  Keep in mind that these …

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Joy from How Joyful shares a free printable piece of artwork that would be sooo perfect for your sewing space!  Whether you have a whole studio or just the corner of a room to sew in, a little reminder to …

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How many times have you been sewing something for a child when the directions say to cut a piece of elastic the length of the child’s waist – and said child is at school, or grandma’s house, anywhere but where …

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