Having the winter blues? Don’t worry, we are sharing with you a cheerful children’s pattern collection from burda style magazine’s May 2012 issue. These little girl’s patterns consist of frilly little dresses, tunics, and shorts made in lace and gingham cotton. It’s never to early to start sewing for your little one’s spring wardrobe!
This cute tunic-style Dress is lovely with white edges and gathers. The yoke and pockets make the dress sporty and chic. We also love the Breezy Tunic. The cool sand beneath your feet is as refreshing as this breezy tunic from slightly transparent batiste. Bias strips form a decorative detail.
The flowers made of scrap materials make this cute Girl’s Tunic extra special. Lace trim adorns the neckline and sleeve hems. What better to pair it with than these easy to make Elasticated Shorts. We love the elastics at the waist and legs, and we bet they are so comfy!
This Girl’s Underdress can also be worn solo! It has the cutest flounce at the hemline and a little bit of gathers into the yoke. To the right we have the adorable Wrap Dress made from gingham. We love the playful little ruffles along the V neckline and how the two buttons add a finishing touch.
This adorable bell silhouette Skirt fastens with a zipper at the back. The bottom hem peers out from a petticoat with delicate lace. Another great feature is the long side straps that tie into a bow.
This lovely little Checked Tunic can be buttoned up at the back from top to bottom. What makes it extra special is the lace frill at the hemline. It looks awesome worn with these Shorts, they are basic, so cute, and not to mention easy to sew!