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Cuddly warm and charmingly beautiful – an easy-care collection for baby in sizes 68 – 92 from the 10/2017 issue of BurdaStyle. Something extra: A doll and some practical take-alongs for the stroller that you can make yourself.


This sweet blouse includes a gathered bodice and raglan sleeves that gather with elastic at the hem and is finished at the neckline with a cute Peter Pan collar. It closes in the back with a small button.


It looks more complicated than it is and is certainly a wonderfully warm choice to sew. This coat includes a faux fur detachable collar and a deep inverted box pleat with a tab in back: Perfect for autumn.


A friend through thick and thin for the little ones. The small doll includes the perfect outfit: A knitted hat and socks as well as a charming dress using the same fabric as the the baby blouse in the collection.


Even the youngsters want to set themselves in the center of fashion – this skirt with the rounded yoke pockets and adjustable straps is just right.


Babies are perfectly equipped to handle wind and snow in this wadded footmuff with plush lining for the stroller and sled. The practical touch: Long zippers at the sides and adjustable cords along the neckline.


This really fits everything for baby inside: The bag is sewn with quilted nylon on the outside and includes both long and short straps.


Chilly ears? No worries with this fluffy cap with the pom-pom. To keep it in place and not to be lost, it includes long ties that tuck under the chin.

Keep Organized

Use it on the buggy or place it close to the changing table to stay organized. The printed nylon holdall will keep all the little things for baby at your finger tips. Follow the steps below to make!

Here is what you’ll need…
+ Nylon print
+ Solid cotton
+ Fusible wadding with grid marks
+ Velcro
+ Scissors
+ Measuring tape
+ Marking pen

Step 1

Organizer: Cut 1 each nylon, cotton, and wadding as rectangle 30 × 80 cm (12″ × 31.5″). Patch pocket: cut 1 each 30 × 15 cm (12” x 6"). Seam allow. included. Iron wadding onto wrong side of nylon for both and quilt along the grids.

Step 2

Prepare pocket: Lay right sides of pocket pieces facing and sew together along the one long edge.

Step 3

Turn and press. Right sides facing, closed seam toward top and open long edge toward bottom of organizer, place the open edge approx. 1 cm (3/8") above the the mid bottom of the front and stitch the long edge in place. Fold the pocket upward and pin the open sides to the organizer

Step 4

Fold the organizer in half with right sides facing. Stitch the open side seams together.

Step 5

Prepare the lining in the same manner – folding in half with right sides together and sewing the side seams – although leaving a small opening in one side seam.

Step 6

Cut 4 strips (5 × 25 cm /2″ × 10″) as hanging and handle straps – add 1 cm (3/8") seam allowance. Sew right sides together on long edges, turn right side out, press. Pin the hangers on the outer edges and handles 6 cm (2 3/8") from each side. Secure with pins.

Step 7

Lay lining into outer organizer with right sides together. Stitch the upper edge in place. Turn through the opening left in the side seam of the lining. Topstitch close to the upper edge.

Step 8

Sew the velcro onto the hanging strips.

Finished 1

Finished 2


  • Purplefan_large

    Oct 31, 2017, 11.40 PMby purplefan

    Love the green fabrics and that Liberty floral print is so sweet! Wish I had a little girl to deck out in gear. Want that coat fabric for ME!

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      Nov 1, 2017, 05.32 AMby hello Itsme

      same with me haha, that would be so fun to deck one out in my wares!

  • 03003e1f_2_large

    Oct 30, 2017, 03.13 PMby hello Itsme

    beautiful and quality

  • Missing

    Oct 30, 2017, 02.11 AMby sewdelicately

    This is a super cute collection!

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