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Andy Toddler's Apron PDF Pattern

Does your child enjoy cooking or baking? Then make him or her this cute toddler apron! Your child will love having his or her very own apron, and because mommy made it, The Andy Toddler Apron will be an extra-special present for them. This apron is fairly simple to make and is a great project for beginner-level sewers to try. If you want, you may add your own pocket design to the front of the apron, so your child can keep valuables with him or her at all times. Make your little one The Andy Toddler Apron today and have a fun mother-and-child baking session!


Abigail Snapped Bib PDF Pattern

Simple and easy to make; the Abigail Baby Bibs makes it a very accessible pattern for beginners. The bibs were designed to have snaps on the end so when snapped together it forms a little pouch to catch all the food the baby misses. It is also possible to use sew-on snaps as well. Making the bibs using water proof fabric will become a very practical gift. The key to choosing the right fabric for this project is to choose the lining and exterior that contrast, since the lining will become visible when snapped. If you are too lazy to make the straps, using ribbons are a nice alternative.


Thelma Baby Bib and Rattle Set PDF Pattern

The Thelma Baby Bib offers a plain or patchwork option in its sewing pattern. The bib is cute and simple, great for keeping your baby clean during mealtimes due four straps instead of the traditional two straps. This bib uses little material and takes no longer than an hour to make; as a result, it is ideal as a practical gift for new or expecting parents. Make several of these bibs using fabrics of different colors and prints. A good idea is to make one for every day of the week, so you can do the baby laundry all at once!


Mommy, Dolly and Me Aprons PDF Pattern

Make a whole family of aprons. Here's an apron pattern sure to get you and your little bakers into the kitchen. The apron pattern covers little girls sizes 2T-12 and Mommys (or Grandmas, Aunties and friends) from misses size small to plus sizes. It also includes a doll pattern for 18rd'dolls! Just choose the half or full apron and then make them to match OR mix it up for a designer look.


Sails on the Harbour Quilt PDF Pattern

Fabric Requirements 1 jelly roll or 36 strips of fabric 2 1/2 inches wide across the width of the fabric 1.75m (2yd) for the background Large 60 degree triangle ruler Batting -- at least 160 cm x 182 cm (63 in x 72 in) Backing - 3.4 m (3 3/4 yd) Binding - 60cm (2/3 yd)This is for the pattern only as a PDF which will be emailed to you after purchase.


FREE - Alina Girls' Apron PDF Pattern

The Alina Girlsrs' Apron is an apron I designed for my daughter several years ago. At that time, she had a new found interest in cooking, and would spend a lot of time helping me make after-school snacks and dinner, as well as a big mess in the kitchen.



The Funky Bunch PDF Pattern

Supply List: {featuring Original Rockford Red Heel Socks as the applique' material for the 5 animal faces.}Pighellip; 1 Large Sock will make 2 pigs Hippohellip; 1 Large Sock will make 1 Hippo Elephanthellip; 1 Large Sock will make 1 Elephant Giraffehellip; 1 Large Sock will make 2 Giraffes Monkeyhellip; 1 Large Sock will make 1 Monkey1/4 yard Fusible Web (Pellon Wonder-Under) 1/4 yard Fusible Interfacing (Pellon SF-101) 2 buttons for each animal {eyes} 5rd' square of scrap fabric for each item: bow, hat, mouth, etc. {refer to the templates to see what scraps you need} Shirt, Bag, or other item to applique' on.Other materials needed: Coordinating Thread, Hand Needle, Scissors, Iron, Fabric Pencil or Marker.Fabrics shown... Original Rockford Red Heel Socks by Fox River Mills. Scrap pieces are by Moda Fabrics.