Wild Things to Sew and Wear
15 Animal-Themed Garments and Accessories for Your Little Critters
Everyone has a little wildness inside. Now you can make these charming animal- inspired designs, so your children can have the fun of wearing it proudly on the outside! This collection of 15 animal-themed garments and accessories includes easy-to-follow patterns to suit all skill levels, from beginner to advanced, and in a range of sizes.
These are simple, bold, and playful clothes that your child won’t want to take off!
Learn how to create adorable wearables in the shape of woodland animals, wild animals, and farm animals, including a lion or fox coat, an owl hat, a leopard skirt, kitten mittens, and more. A comprehensive techniques section shows you how to lay out the pattern pieces on the fabric, transfer markings, and cut with confidence. The combination of classic tailoring techniques mixed with contemporary styling makes for timeless garments sure to be treasured for years. As an added bonus, a pattern CD is also included!
The Book Is For Sewing & Crafting Clothes
for Children from 18-Months to 6 Years
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Little Goodall Outfits Last Beyond Season–
They Are Cherished With Every Play
The creativity that lives in us all needs to be nourished and supported in a variety of ways. Toys, games, time with our children, nightly stories, creative clothes and costumes are just a few examples what we could do for our little ones.
This book would be an excellent source for your own creativity to create outfits that your child would be grateful for. The memories created with clothes that are worn by your little critter will be in her or his soul for their lifetime.
To throw in my personal reflection from my childhood, I remember the clothes that was given to me by my mom, my relatives, my amazing uncles and aunties. The majority of clothes had a creative element in them, the embellishments that I incorporated into my imaginative play. Even now after a few decades away from my childhood I remember how those clothes made me FEEL. The feelings are of warmth, joy, collaboration with other friends of mine, and memories of those who have passed away. The memories of their gifts pull up to my emotional surface the happy memories of them.
Give yourself and your child an incredible gift of creating memories of happy childhood that would stay within you and her forever.
Celebrate Your Child – Please RETWEET!
— Celebrate Woman (@DiscoverSelf) June 30, 2017