Somehow Kids’ Clothes Month is over but, for many of us, it was just the beginning of lots of great ideas and inspiration. We’re still browsing through the Kids’ Clothes photo group (and loving all of the ongoing additions…) and thought we’d highlight just a few more great clothes for the little ones in our lives.
Striped pants by Sam, Earth to the Librarian
It’s hard to choose just one of Sam’s kid projects to feature! The wide leg gives this little one room to grow (and the stripes just make the look, don’t you think?). Look at our Kids’ Clothes links below for lots of tutorials and tips for similar, cute pants. Enjoy more of Sam’s creations via Flickr and on her blog, Earth to the Librarian (which is, according to the site: a depository of ideas for this one biblio-geographer and her geophysicist as they consider where and how to create a place called home).
Gnome hat and wool jacket by Kim, embrace create
Kim created this darling set from the hat and coat patterns in Bend the Rules Sewing. The hat is repurposed from a sweater and the jacket was made from slightly felted wool suiting material. Kim sews, knits, and does so much more with and for her children. Enjoy Kim’s world via her blog, embrace create, and her Flickr photos too.
Pinafores by Jessica, Fort & Field
Jessica’s nieces modeled these cute pinafores. You can make some cute pinafores of your own with the tutorial on her website, Fort & Field (Jessica’s shop sells everything from vintage notions to clothing and accessories). Enjoy more of Jessica’s work (and great finds) via Flickr.
Coat by Michelle, Green Kitchen
Michelle always has something fantastic on her Green Kitchen blog. She mastered her first buttonholes and first lining with this great coat (for a very happy customer). Learn about the coat (made from a vintage pattern) and more at Green Kitchen and Flickr.
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