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Soak up the sun and sand in a collection of washable, wearable beach essentials. We’ve got little ones covered, from bloomers to beach hats. These patterns are from the June 2014 issue of Burda Style magazine.


Frilly Bloomers are a must have for little girls. Slip them under a dress, wear them alone with a tee shirt, or use them as an adorable bikini bottom. Made with an easy elastic waist.


Applique this Raglan Shirt with a playful crab or any animal you like. It’s an easy and comfy make for kids.


Wrap them up in a Hooded Onesie in soft and cozy jersey. A contrast zipper and striped fabric make it fun and playful.


Patterned renforcé classic Girls Shorts with Pockets with front pockets and patch back pockets make a put together outfit for little girls. An elastic waistband makes an easy fit.


Protect little heads from the sun in a cotton Bucket Hat. It’s a super easy pattern for boys or girls that’s a must have at the beach or playground.


Pack camp supplies or beach necessities in this durable canvas Drawstring Bag. You can decorate it with your favorite fabric and ribbons to suit any style.


Sunny yellow stripes travel in two directions in this darling little Tunic with Buttons. The shoulder seams are accented with buttons for a vintage touch.


A children’s Empire Waist Dress with a high waist, full skirt, and capped sleeves has extra detail with a piped keyhole neckline. So cute in a quilting cotton!


A terrycloth Hooded Robe doubles as a cozy wrap after the beach of pool. Make the binding in a cute pattern for contrast.


Let kids pack their own Small Tote Bag for the beach. It’s just big enough for a few toys and decorated with criss cross scraps of fabric.

This collection keeps kids cozy, comfy, and stylish at the beach. They’re also great sewing patterns for beginners, and using up colorful fabric scraps.

Happy sewing!


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    Jul 22, 2014, 03.46 PMby jenyjenny

    Says these are from the June 2014 Burda magazine. I thought I subscribed to Burda Style, but I don’t see these. My issues say Spring, Summer, not June. Do I subscribe to a different Burda magazine than the one these came from?

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    Jul 22, 2014, 02.24 PMby AmyNicoleStudio

    I’m will u make an adult version of the tunic with buttons??? So cute!

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    Jul 16, 2014, 07.38 PMby Kasiorist

    super cute, some of them really useful. is this part of the next month magazine?

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    Jul 16, 2014, 03.46 PMby Trudy McGrath

    I wish there were more patterns for boys too…lovely collection tho.

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