Link Love: Clothes for the Little Ones

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I’m a huge fan of homemade kids’ clothes, probably because I would dress like a child if I could get away with it. Kids get to wear the best stuff: Ruffles! Cartoon characters! Bright colors! Plus, their clothing is so much faster to make (and cheaper too!). If I had kids I’d spend even more time behind my sewing machine. Here’s some inspiration for ya!

  1. Winter Wonderland Baby Couture from Kojo Designs.
  2. 20-Minute Ruffle Dress from Me Sew Crazy.
  3. Tiered Toddler Dress from Obsessively Stitching.
  4. Kid Pants from Made.
  5. Bustle Skirt from Sun Scholars.
  6. Braided Little Girl’s Dress from Me Sew Crazy at The Girl Creative.
  7. Avalanche Skirt from No Big Dill at Project Run and Play.
  8. Springtime Ruffles Dresses from Morning by Morning Productions.
  9. Scribble Shirt from Schwin and Schwin.
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  1. Carolyn Wainscott says

    love the frilly, girly clothes above. I have 2 great granddaughters [5 & 6]who love to dress up in swirly dresses and I love making their special clothing.

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