Bright colors and woodland creatures brighten up play dates and back-to-school days. These designs are from the August 2014 issue of Burda Style magazine.
A wide pleat mirrors the shape of this A Line Dress. The contrast is summery and fun, but you could also layer this piece over a long sleeved tee for a cute fall outfit.
Break up a whimsical Wrap Dress with a solid color wrap bodice. This dress has cute cap sleeves and a decorative button closure.
Children’s clothes can have detail too. This sweet Drawstring Dress has a drawstring waist, piping at the neckline, and fluttery sleeves. It’s sweet and playful, especially in a woodland print.
These cute printed Drawstring Shorts will be a summer favorite. A lace edging is extra sweet, but the elastic waist works for boys and less girly girls as well.
The Applique Dress looks like a top and skirt but is one continuous piece. Doll up the front with the included fox applique pattern, or draw up your own.
Fine knit makes a cuddly lightweight Robe. Use a contrasting or patterned tape for the edges and binding.
Keep toys and snacks in this cute Quilted Bag. It’s customized with a little pom pom and faux leather straps.
Children’s patterns are a fun way to use those bright prints you fall in love with that don’t quite work for an adult garment. Whip up a few of these pieces for outfits with woodland charm.