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We bring you this wonderfully fun children’s pattern collection from burda style magazine’s November 2011 issue. It is the perfect time of year to get bundled up and play in the snow!

This Children’s Sweatshirt is so snuggly soft. We love the large hood and the kangaroo pocket on the front.

This is a cozy warm Quilted Jacket with sewn zippers and a large hood. We love it made in a bright color like this yellow. Your little one sure won’t get lost in the snow!

Your child will feel like a super hero in this Hat with ears. It also feature a removable mask in sweatshirt material.

Here we have the amazing tri-colored Children’s Snow Vest. It is thickly padded and made โ€‹โ€‹of weatherproofed nylon poplin, which makes it great for the outdoors.

This funky Hat is made from an old sweater!

These Snow Pants are made to wear and tear, the ripstop fabric it is sewn in is very durable!

Here are some matching Mittens to go with your face hat! They are also made from an old sweater!

These Children’s Overalls are ideal for getting in deep snow and playing around! They are so warm and made from ripstop nylon and poplin.

Happy Snowing Sewing!

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    Oct 20, 2014, 09.19 PMby AnaLuisa Orantes-Seijo

    The hood is the only thing that doesnt fit right. Its too big and always falls off my sons head when the wind blows. Am going to use this pattern (with an adjusted hood) to make a raincoat.

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    Dec 22, 2012, 01.56 AMby matilda116

    These are so cool! Wish these patterns were around when I used to ski!

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    Dec 18, 2012, 08.36 PMby loyl8

    Omg I’m soooo excited!!! Maybe if I start now they’ll be done by the time she can fit in them

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    Dec 18, 2012, 12.11 AMby Stephanie Novotny

    What a great resource for us off-the-grid mountain folk!

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    Dec 15, 2012, 08.24 PMby nouvellegamine

    these are so, so cute!

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    Dec 14, 2012, 03.38 PMby FabricUiPhoneApp

    I like the shiny puffer vest….and I’ve wanted to make an adult version for myself for a while now. If I get the instructions for the child’s version, I can work on my technique, make a gift in the process…and then make an adult version for myself!

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