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This week, we bring you a collection of adorable kids’ sewing patterns that some of us here in the office like so much, we even wish they made them in adult sizes, too. Many of these styles are great for the flower girl or the ring bearer at your wedding. Alternatively, they could work great for First Communion, graduation, or your next special birthday celebration.

1. Collared Dress 02/2012 #141: This cute girl’s dress pattern is perfect for fancy outings. We love the sweet back bow detail and cute 50s-style collar.



2. Long Pleated Dress 02/2012 #142: Add a petticoat to this full skirted silhouette to create volume. Any little girl would feel like a princess wearing this long pleated dress.



3. Long Sleeve Bohemian Dress 02/2012 #144: Perfect for the hippie flower child. Add lace trim to this look for the ultimate free-spirited bohemian effect.



4. Girl’s Jacket 02/2012 #139: An elegant jacket for the little lady. This cute snap front jacket pairs well with any dress.



5. Long Dress Coat 02/2012 #140: The Peter Pan collar detail sweetens up this simple dress coat and adds a touch of elegance to a little girl’s wardrobe.



6. Suit Jacket 02/2012 #137: Let’s hear it for the boy! Make this versatile suit jacket in a lightweight wool for a well-dressed, classic look.



7. Suit Trousers 02/2012 #138: Pair the suit jacket with these boy’s trousers. They have classic styling and would work well for any special occasion.



Happy sewing!

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    Apr 2, 2013, 09.39 AMby Sarah Downes

    Cute clothes for kids.It looks very pretty and attractive.I love these patterns.

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    Aug 31, 2012, 08.16 AMby shilisha

    Cute clothes for kids!Feels like angel!Such an amazing pattern for kids!http://www.devilinspired.co.uk/

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    Jul 30, 2012, 01.02 AMby lastoro

    wow,the boy is cute

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    Jul 27, 2012, 01.59 PMby Saeriu

    Love the girls dresses! Wish I had a daughter to make one of these dresses for. If I did, I’d totally make a couple versions of the bohemian dress for her.

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    Jul 25, 2012, 06.24 PMby manonb

    J’aime ces classiques pourait-on les avoir en taille adulte et taille plus?

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    Jul 25, 2012, 03.43 PMby hanbanan

    Any chance you’ll be making those girls dress patterns in women’s sizes??

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    Jul 25, 2012, 11.02 AMby zoeope

    I love the girls patterns. simple but will be nice after some “spice up”

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    Jul 25, 2012, 03.11 AMby refugeecrafter

    Such classic, timeless styles. I can see myself using these over and over again!

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    Jul 25, 2012, 12.27 AMby arisaid

    Nothing we haven’t seen before! How about some innovative children’s patterns.

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