Free Footed Baby Pants Pattern

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As promised, today I’m sharing a free pattern for footed baby pants! If you hate trying to keep socks on a baby’s feet as much as I do, you’ll love these little pants! [Read more...]

Polly Peasant Dress & Blouse PDF Pattern

Polly Peasant Dress & Blouse PDF Pattern – $9

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With options for a dress…

Blouse…

Scalloped hem…

Or straight hem…

And options for gathered or flutter sleeves…

 

This sweet pattern will be used time and time again!

Perfect for the little girl on the go!

 

PDF Pattern Features:
- 10 different sizes: 0-3m, 3-6m, 6-12m, 12-18m, 18-24m, 2T, 3T, 4T, 5T, and 6
- clear, detailed instructions
- full color photographs
- printable full sized pattern pieces
- instructions for sewing with or without a serger

Recommended Experience Level: Beginner

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Polly Peasant Dress & Blouse PDF Pattern – $9

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Copyright Info: This pattern is for individual use only. You may not copy or distribute this pattern to any individual or group. You may make and sell items using this pattern on a small, home based scale. Please credit “Polly Peasant Dress & Blouse Pattern designed by sewmuchado.com” on any listings or tags.

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Swedish Tracing Paper

I’m officially one step closer to becoming a pattern drafter/clothing designer/person with any ounce of creativity.  I just ordered some Swedish Tracing Paper.  I’m really excited.  It’s basically for tracing patterns, pattern alterations, and pattern design.  I was deciding between the STP and medical exam table paper (like the stuff on the tables at the doctor’s office that’s on a big roll), but I thought I’d try the STP first.  You can sew on it which is good for drafting patterns, and it’s a bit wider than you can get with the exam table paper.  And since I’ll have to wait for it to arrive, it’ll be good motivation to finish up some other projects that I’ve been putting off.  This is what it looks like (no big surprises, it looks like tracing paper):