I found the pattern of this dress in the Burda of December 2011.
I used a pattern of a tunique with a flower collar and a pattern of a sarouel for the trousers. This little clown is really proud of her red nose!
Ou avez vous trouvé ce tissu à la Marlier??? C’est très vintage! Bravo!
Hello! I love this suit, especially the collar! And these satin borders. Your husband looks reall…
Very beautiful! You’re a great sewer!
I love it! This is such a good idea! Your little boy must be so proud!
For this dress, I use different materials I had in my cupboard: an old blue jeans, some pieces of old fabric, some flounce (“volant” in French, is this right?), old buttons, …
I grabbed some ins…
Using an old blanket, I realised this very easy knight costume. I cut a big rectangle, twice the desired length and of shoulder width. I fold it in 4 and cut a whole for the head. I used green bias…
Using corduroy velvet and fleece I did these little indian costumes for my nephews. I used simple patterns of elastic-waisted trousers and lined waistcoat.
Sorry for the delay. Hope you found a solution for the Christmas present!
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Two little aprons to cook with Mama. My boy’s one is made out of one of Daddy’s shirts.
My daughter is very proud of this dress. See the instructions to do one for your little girls!
I used different pieces of man shirts and jeans, some buttons and “croquet” (don’t know how to say this in English) to do this cute little skirt for my niece.
I used old man shirts to do these boy’s shorts. And with a part of the front piece of the shirt (with a button) to do a little pocket.
Pattern from the same book as my “robe froncée”: Intemporels pour bébés, an astonishing sewing book for all sewers from Astrid Le Provost. I recommend this book to every sewing mother or father of …
I found this very easy but always nice pattern in the marvelous book “Intemporels pour bébés” from Astrid Le Provost. I recommend this book to every French-speaking sewer!
It is closed in the back…
I used the bustier from the maryy dress offered by Burdastyle in the free patterns. I added a circle dress and a self-created central piece.
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