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Little girl’s want to dress just like their mommies, and not only for dress up but for everyday wear. In this new pattern collection from burda style magazine’s June 2013 issue we bring you designs for the little ones as well as women. These matching styles are the essence of summer fun and comfort. Try making your own prints on these styles for a fun summer project.

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend! And here we have them on this lovely little Dress. It is sewn with elastic in the waist and completely out of jersey.

Here is a lovely 3/4 sleeve Dress with round patch pockets and gathers a the neckline that are held together with binding.

This raw edged circle Skirt makes a great canvas for printing, it as well provides great movement to any outfit. Here is the matching gathered little Girl’s Skirt with gathered band is so adorable and will go with all her little tops, like this Top with ruffles and elastic.

Printed Dress with straps and deep front pleat that gives this dress a wrap look. Perfect for those summer playdates!

No need to stress over matching outfits for springtime! Simply just slip into this lovely little girl’s Dress with gathers, pockets, and a bound neckline. Also enjoy the step by step sewing instructions with images.

This slip on summer Dress has ties at the back to give it shape, and a deep front pleat that really gives it that wrap look.

Happy Sewing!

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    Jun 7, 2013, 04.23 PMby marloncosta

    sooo cute! I love everyone of the designs! I love chldren`s fashion so much I started a blog www.kidsoutfitters.blogspot.com

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    Jun 7, 2013, 12.08 AMby fashionfreek

    Great Idea:-D.

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    Jun 6, 2013, 02.21 PMby daisymomo

    I love the green tunic for the mum. The collection has a lovely ambiance and style.

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    Jun 5, 2013, 03.12 PMby MissMaddiePi

    Really awesome idea, and well-executed! You can even print the fabric with your daughter (or niece, or son, who DOESN’T like stamps and stencils and paint?), and somehow the dresses look just as great at both ages. That must have been a challenge! And the styles are simple, clean, classic – yet they look fresh and fun as they’re presented here – plus, the looks appear easy to replicate or use as a “jumping off point” for printing and dyeing fabric. LOVE both of the dresses – and the free circle skirt “pattern” has some cool details, too.

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    Jun 5, 2013, 02.18 AMby purplegoat

    Whilst I wouldn’t mummy and me dress, I love this whole collection – the skirts for both me and my daughters are on the list, as is the little jersey dress!

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    Jun 5, 2013, 12.10 AMby arisaid

    The jersey dress and little topwith vertical ruffles are so appropriate for little girls.

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    Jun 4, 2013, 02.05 PMby FabricUiPhoneApp

    the 3/4 sleeve dress for mom is my favorite. But if I had a little girl I’d definitely would sew the top with the vertical ruffles. It’s very cute.

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    Jun 4, 2013, 01.43 PMby bhs

    Love this A line dress with gathers!

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