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We’re rounding out our Camping Chic collection with 8 more patterns just for kids! These simple and sweet designs, like tunic dresses and ruffled camisoles, make comfy outfits that are just right for playing outside. These new pattern are from the July 2013 issue of burda style magazine.

Lace shorts are hot for summer, and now your favorite girl can get in on the trend. An easy fit and elastic waist make sure she can run and play in style.

Get hippie chic in this cute Tunic Dress. The simple V-neck shape and loose fit are great for hot and sticky days. Pick a tie-dye fabric for extra fun.

The flouncy Ribbon Trimmed Skirt goes with anything! Pick a bright print, and have fun with contrasting ribbon trim for the waistband.

Keep your tablet safe from the great outdoors in this padded slipcover.

The Eyelet Dress is pretty and comfy. She’ll love the eyelet ruffles at the neckline, elastic waist, scalloped hemline, and spaghetti straps. Instructions for belt are included.

Curl up under your favorite tree with this slipcovered Playtime Cot. It would also brighten up any playroom on a rainy day!

Embroidered embellishments, gathered cap sleeves, a eyelet-trimmed square neckline and loose A-line shape add up to serious Bohemian cuteness in the Cap Sleeve Peasant Dress.

Pair the Ribbon Trimmed Cami with jeans for a tomboy look, or wear it with the Lace Shorts for a girlier vibe.

These casual, folk-inspired patterns make summer dressing easy. Why not make her a whole wardrobe for summer camp? Have fun mixing and matching, and happy sewing!

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    Jul 20, 2013, 08.46 AMby purplegoat

    Love all of these both my girls will be getting some new clothes using these patterns! I’m in love with the little Aline peasant dress – gorgeous.

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    Jul 20, 2013, 06.27 AMby Okara42

    LOL. Lighten up, eh? The second part of the title is “8 Patterns for Backyard Fun”. My girls would have loved these outfits, cool, loose, comfy, pretty, casual – in the yard, at the beach, and yes, even camping.

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    Jul 19, 2013, 04.07 PMby BMGM

    Are you aware that “Camp Fire Girls” was a major youth organization in the US? It’s now co-ed and renamed simply Camp Fire: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camp_Fire

    This blog post title threw me for a loop b/c I was a former Camp Fire Girl and these don’t look anything like our old uniforms. ;-)

    These clothes are cute, but completely impractical for the kind of outdoor adventures Camp Fire Girls enjoyed.

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      Jul 19, 2013, 08.08 PMby sewsweetviolets

      yeah, but this is about fashion at all cost. :)

      I would say this and the previous one is more for a garden party or picnic.

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