November 8 ~ Gifts for Make-Believe

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Inspire play and imagination with today’s gift ideas! We had ideas for Babies + Toddlers and for Tweens, but these tutorials are just right for preschoolers and early elementary kids. Enjoy!

Our first week of giveaways will close Saturday night so be sure to comment on each post to win. We also have a Super Kids fabric giveaway open through next week.

Today’s Guest Curator: Jessica from A Blue Sky Kind of Life

Jessica is an editor by day, blogs at A Blue Sky Kind of Life and spends as much of her free time as possible behind the sewing machine! She writes, “I started sewing about four years ago when I could no longer resist the urge to make all of the beautiful projects I kept seeing online. I’m a member of the St. Louis Modern Quilt Guild and love to challenge myself with a range of projects from bags to quilts and baby clothes. My Kindle sleeve and doll quilt tutorials have been featured on Sew Can She, and I’m always looking for new projects to try.” Take a look at Jessica’s quilting, tutorials and more at A Blue Sky Kind of Life.

Make It

Pizza Chef Hat
Andrea’s Pizza Chef Hat at The Train to Crazy would be a fun gift (especially with felt pizza and toppings, or the Pete’s a Pizza book).

Easy Child’s Apron
Pair your Chef’s Hat with an Easy Child’s Apron from Jamie at Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom. We love the bias tape!

Baby Doll Bed
Patty shows you how to make this sweet Moses-style Baby Doll Bed at Make it Cozee, perfect for all of the babies in your little one’s life.

Mei Tai Doll Carrier
For more doll play you could make this mini Mei Tai Doll Carrier with the easy tutorial at The Shopping Mama.

Cloth Diapers
That new holiday baby doll might also need Cloth Diapers, like these via Debbie at One Little Project.

Little Farmer’s Tool Belt
The Little Farmer’s Tool Belt from Elisabeth at Growing Home is perfect for helpers, and for all of the treasures one might find puttering about outside. It’s the perfect accompaniment to a first set of real tools (measuring tape, level, etc.) or gardening tools.

Car Roll Up
Here’s a new version of a Car Roll Up by Gina at The Shabby Creek Cottage

Superhero Party Masks
Add a little fun to the dress up box with these Superhero Party Masks from Jessica at Cutesy Crafts.

Super Hero Cape
Don’t forget the Super Hero Cape too, like this great version from Sherri at Thread Riding Hood.

Related tutorials you might enjoy: Gifts for Playful Friends, Gifts for Imaginative Friends, Gifts for Whimsical Friends, Gifts for Little Kids + more tutorials for Kid gifts

Mix It

White Hot Fudge Sauce
The White Hot Fudge Sauce at Baked Bree is part of her “12 Weeks of Christmas Cookies” series. Package the fudge up and give it as a gift! Take a look at this delicious bunch of recipes.

Pear Cranberry Jam
The cranberries are out and about in the produce section of every grocery store this month! Try this Pear Cranberry Jam from Marisa at Food in Jars for another fun gift idea.

Print It

Holiday Gift Tags
Autumn has a bunch of cute Holiday Gift Tags for you to print at It’s Always Autumn.

Win It

Comment on today’s post for a chance to win one of these prizes!
Tip: If you’re hoping to win a prize that notes “US Winners Only,” include your state in your name (i.e. Beth in WA) so we can confirm residence and avoid any disappointment on your end. Shipping range is determined by the generous companies and artisans that donate Handmade Holidays prizes.

Mollie Makes Crochet: 20+ Cute Projects for the Home Plus Handy Tips and Tricks
(US Winners Only)

Publisher: Interweave

Crochet is big fashion news, and is becoming more and more popular among young crafters. This adorable new book from the team behind Mollie Makes is all one needs to learn how to crochet. Aimed at complete beginners, it’s also perfect for those who have completed their first projects and are looking to move on. A selection of more than 20 contemporary projects from an international range of crochet experts offers a variety of projects. Some are quick and easy, others are more time and labor-intensive but well worth the effort. A section at the back of the book clearly explains the basics of crochet with step-by-step illustrations. The book includes ideas for using crocheted pieces around the home: as accessories in themselves and to embellish existing items as trims and more. Projects include blankets and afghans; cushions; kitchen items such as placemats, crochet-trimmed napkins, potholders, and coasters; and toys and gifts.

The Unofficial Harry Potter Knits Magazine 2013
(US Winners Only)

Publisher: Interweave

From the editors of the popular special issue Jane Austen Knits comes a brand new literary inspired magazine that will take you into a magical world of knitting. Enter a world filled with transformative knits, empowering mythology and classic garments in this collection of 30+ knitting patterns inspired by the beloved characters, stories and worlds of J.K. Rowling’s popular novels.

Lena Corwin’s Made by Hand: A Collection of Projects to Print, Sew, Weave, Dye, Knit, or Otherwise Create
(US Winners Only)

Author: Lena Corwin
Publisher: STC Craft

In 2009, tastemaker and bestselling author Lena Corwin turned the top floor of her Brooklyn brownstone into a studio and began hosting classes for local crafters. In Lena Corwin’s Made by Hand, she re-creates and builds upon her popular workshop series in order to reach crafters in Brooklyn and beyond. For this “best of” collection, she has chosen expert teachers and her favorite projects: Jenny Gordy introduces us to knitted socks and elegantly sewn tops and dresses; Cal Patch teaches how to make a modern embroidery sampler as well as a braided rag rug; and Corwin herself presents her favorite screen-printing and stamping techniques. In total, there are 26 lessons/projects, all presented with step-by-step photos and illustrations.

Simple Sewing: 30 Fast and Easy Projects for Beginners
(US Winners Only)

Author: Katie Lewis
Publisher: Cedar Fort

Unleash your creativity and become the successful do-it-yourself sewer you’ve always wanted to be! Using the tips, techniques, and 30 assorted sewing projects in this guide, you’ll be able to create custom household items and gifts in no time. From baby bibs and tote bags to Christmas decorations and children’s toys, every project in this book will build your sewing skills while adding a tasteful handmade touch to your home.

Don’t miss our Handmade Holidays photo pool, and check out our 2012 Handmade Holidays list for more fabulous ideas. Here are our 2013 themes:

November 7: Gifts for Travelers
November 6: Gifts for Geeks
November 5: Gifts for Babies + Toddlers
November 4: Holiday Party Clothes + Accessories
November 3: Gifts for Cooks
November 2: Gifts for Gadget Lovers
November 1: Gifts for Tweens

We respect the copyright of all crafters. All photos are used with permission from the artist.

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229 Responses to November 8 ~ Gifts for Make-Believe

  1. Amanda says:

    All great ideas and projects!

  2. Teri McInerney says:

    Thanks for the great tutes! I know a little one who will love the doll bed & doll carrier!

  3. ruby t--nm says:

    I will have to whip up a super hero cape for my self if I want to get all of the projects that you are showcasing here….so many great ideas.
    I want a mask too…

  4. Whitney M in SC says:

    Those superhero masks are great! Definitely adding the HP knits book to my gift lift

  5. Kristen in PA says:

    I LOVE the superhero masks, such a great idea!

  6. Nicole in IN says:

    Super hero party masks look amazing!

  7. Eleanor in NC says:

    My kids would love these!

  8. Persia in IL says:

    Hah I wanted a cloth diaper for dolls pattern for my niece! Yay

  9. allison says:

    Love the baby bed!

  10. erica in OR says:

    ooh… those are my favorite gift tags yet.

  11. Erin M says:

    EEEK I love those little cloth diapers!! Love this whole thing. 🙂

  12. Carmen in WI says:

    Some awesome ideas for play-time! Thank you

  13. Bobby says:

    Wish I had seen this last year for the baby diapers. :0)

  14. Oh man, I think I need to make every single thing on this list for my little girl! We’d have so much fun!!

    Natalie from MD

  15. Sarah in NC says:

    So much fun! Thanks for the curation.

  16. Susan K in Texas says:

    Great ideas – I’d definitely use them for nieces and nephews and grandbabies. My own kiddos are grown now.

  17. Harry Potter knits. 🙂 🙂 love love love these prizes.

  18. Maggie in KY says:

    If only my daughter could really make me a pizza….felt food not so tasty.

  19. D says:

    Superheroes – here they come!!!

  20. KristyMN says:

    Love the superhero masks!

  21. AD says:

    Can’t wait to read the “Made By Hand” book. Our library doesn’t have it yet!

  22. What great timing, my 4-year-old had been nagging me for a Batman Mask! So cool!

  23. Abbi says:

    I think the car roll up is cute.

    Abbi in MN

  24. Helllllo white fudge sauce — welcome to my dreams!

  25. Carol P. says:

    Makes me miss having little ones!

  26. Heather in VA says:

    I had to pin each and every project on this post. Just fantastic!

  27. Sara A. in DC says:

    All these projects are great! I love the doll carrier and superhero cape.

  28. DebbieKL says:

    Great – I love the Mei Tai Doll Carrier!

  29. Jess says:

    We’ve got a superhero-themed birthday party to go to this month, I think these tutorials will come in handy for the gift, thanks so much!!


  30. Julielorene from Ontario says:

    So many great ideas I don’t know where to start first!

  31. Gina S. Ia says:

    My grandson would love those masks!

  32. Stacia in TN says:

    The white hot fudge sauce looks AMAZING!

  33. Bruinbr says:

    That baby doll bed has my daughter’s name written all over it! Love the ideas!

  34. Colleen says:

    I am Colleen in California USA
    Me me I’d really like to be a winner

  35. Courtney says:

    So many nice projects

  36. Tamie says:

    I promise I’m going to have better tags on my gifts this year. Thanks for the printable link.

  37. Monica in TX says:

    After making 12 capes for my daughter’s birthday party, I know how easy and fun they can be! Love the masks.

  38. Emily in NY says:

    I might have to make the moses doll bed for my niece. It’s great!

  39. hilary in MN says:

    this whole list goes on the to make list now that my little one is into pretend play superhero cape first.

  40. Elizabeth says:

    The doll cloth diapers are so cute! I also like the chef hat and the tool belt.

  41. Mary in MN says:

    That baby doll bed is on my list to make!

  42. Sarah in WI says:

    I could cover most of the kids on my gift list from this post alone! Great choices.

  43. Judy in OR says:

    Really fun gifts to make for kids! I love the chef’ s hat.

  44. Linda Fleming says:

    Wonderful projects, great books!

  45. Alida in VA says:

    So many cute projects!! Thanks for sharing!!

  46. Christina in FL says:

    I can’t wait to make some cabbage patch doll diapers for My daughter!

  47. I’d love to win!

  48. Crystal says:

    my girls would love a superhero cape!!

  49. Kristy says:

    It’s dissapointing that all the prizes today, and most on other days are US or US and Canada shipping only. The internet is an international platform and that excludes so many of your readers. If cost is such an issue perhaps seek different prizes or find distributors in countries local to any winner to ship them.

    Just my two cents. Congrats on curating another Handmade Holiday list.

  50. Fantastic curated collection!

  51. Rebecca in VA says:

    My daughter will love the chef’s hat! I also hope to make her the super hero cape! Thank you for the wonderful tutorials!

  52. Love those super hero masks! A creative list!

  53. Taryn says:

    Thank you so much for the great giveaways!

  54. Charlotte in GA says:

    Oh, such cuteness! Love the moses baby carrier and the apron and the tool belt. Love it all Thanks!!

  55. Serena in CA says:

    The baby doll bed is so cute!

  56. Jessie from NM says:

    everything on this page is WIN!

  57. Sara in NY says:

    So darling! What should I make first for my nephew? Too many choices!

  58. Jennifer. N flight says:

    Super masks!!!!

  59. Shirley says:

    it’s so great to see things for boys! Shirley CA

  60. Molly says:

    So many fun ideas.

  61. So many great ideas to make! The hard part is which to make first!

  62. It is so hard to pick just one of these ideas to make! I love having options!

  63. kathyh in OR says:

    Great ideas.
    I might need a superhero mask to complete any sewing this month.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  64. Stacy S says:

    Baby doll bed- awesome!

  65. Mary Ann in SC says:

    Great ideas!

  66. SAdie says:

    I am in the process of making both my girls Waldorf dolls. They need the baby doll bed and the diapers too! Great ideas. Thank you.

  67. Patty says:

    Love that super hero masks1!

  68. I love the apron and am now curious about the bias-tape maker. This might need to go on my Christmas wish list.

  69. Sherri says:

    oh my – white hot fudge??? sinful.

  70. Angela in TX says:

    So many great projects! Choosing which ones to make is going to be hard!

  71. Linda in wisc says:

    Love all of these ideas, great for Gm looking for fresh ideas.

  72. Love the Harry Potter Knits magazine! As for the holiday gifts, you all have presented a really lovely set of inspirations! Can’t wait to try the “mix it” and “print it” items!

  73. Anna in TX says:

    I know of one little man who will enjoy a new super cape this Christmas! Thanks!

  74. Joan says:

    I need some little kids to sew for!

  75. Jeannie D says:

    Cute idea; super hero masks and cape…also like the look of Lena Corwin’s “Made By Hand” book!

  76. Diana says:

    The capes look like a lot of fun.

  77. Lindsay says:

    My daughter has been wanting a superhero cape. Thanks for the tutorial!

  78. Shannon in wa says:

    White fudge! Yum!

  79. Lisamarie in CT says:

    The mei tai is so adorable!

  80. Jodie in OR says:

    Lovely compilation and inspiration! Several of these are now on my to sew list!

  81. Kat in CA says:

    LOVE the race car track. My little boy will only be 12 months at Christmas this year, but I may have to make it for him anyway. He’ll grow into it before next year, right? 🙂 He’s already pushing a few baby-appropriate cars around as he crawls.

  82. angel says:

    love the masks!

  83. Consuelo says:

    Love all the creative things to sew for kids. Thanks for all the tutorials.

  84. Mama Lusco says:

    My kids would love many of these. Thanks for the ideas!

  85. LynnH says:

    The doll basket and cloth diapers will be nice with the doll I have for one of the little girls on my shopping list. Thanks!

  86. Theresa says:

    cute ideas

  87. Sarah says:

    My daughter would love so many of these projects… Thank you!

  88. Joelle in Nebraska says:

    love the superhero masks!

  89. Robin E. in AZ says:

    There is so much amazing talent out there on the internet. Thank you for all you do.

  90. Sandy in Ohio says:

    I love the pizza chef’s hat!

  91. Kathy in pa. says:

    I love ideas for creative play. Wonderful projects.

  92. Chelsea says:

    I see a chef’s hat and apron in my little Lilybug’s future!

  93. emi in in says:

    LOVE all of these fun ideas!

  94. lynn says:

    those masks are going on my to-do list! thank you!

  95. Nancy in GA says:

    Now these look fun!

  96. Ellen from OH says:

    I love the superhero party masks – they would make great party favors! Thanks for the inspiration!

  97. Diane in NM says:

    The pear cranberry jam sounds like a “must make”!

  98. Miranda in California says:

    Great gift ideas for my little boy!

  99. Kylie C in OR says:

    I like the doll mai tei carrier. Thanks for another great roundup.

  100. Kari in WA says:

    This one is right up my alley! I love all of it!

  101. I love the super heroes masks! What a great party idea!

  102. Sarah M in Vermont says:

    Oh yeah…super hero cape for my nephew!

  103. Lucy in TX says:

    The Chef’s Hat is so cute and would be great for a day of baking Christmas goodies!

  104. Jim in NC says:

    Those superhero party masks are really cute!

  105. Terri says:

    These are awesome!!! : )

  106. Jennifer in NC says:

    I love the chef’s hat- to me, that really sparks imagination. What a fun gift it would make with some
    play food and an apron!

  107. heidi in WA says:

    Love the doll carrier and bed. Wonderful ideas!

  108. jb in IN says:

    another group of fun gifts!!!!! thanks a million!

  109. Karen says:

    White hot fudge – wow! I’ll have to try that one!

  110. janet in nj says:

    I can see I will be making doll diapers for the baby dolls for Christmas

  111. Julia Dale says:

    Such fun!! I’ve 2 little nephews with Dec birthdays…Super hero mask & cape seems just the ticket!!

  112. I love that mei tai carrier! I might have to make one for my daughter for Christmas!

  113. Odette says:

    Those masks are so cute!

  114. Barbara from Fl says:

    I love the doll bed, and have made the diapers, they are loved by all the parents of doll babies.

  115. Theresa says:

    Great projects! The car roll up is perfect for a little person I know – and different from the ones I had been looking at. Thanks!

  116. Lee says:

    I love the superhero masks! And that pear cranberry jam I am going to make some soon! thanks!
    Lee USA

  117. Deborah says:

    Molly Makes Crochet looks like such fun!

    Deborah (Michigan)
    Pink Scissors Design on Etsy

  118. Shannon (in MD) says:

    I’m very interested in that white hot fudge sauce. Might have to try that one.

  119. Amber in NY says:

    Thanks for the pear cranberry jam recipie. I bet it will make the house smell wonderful while cooking.

  120. Kate in RI says:

    I hope to mix the pear cranberry jam this weekend:)

  121. Becky in FL says:

    My 3 yr old nephew loves to dress up in costumes. I can help fill up his box of goodies this Christmas. Wonderful ideas.

  122. Julie in IN says:

    More fabulous ideas…

  123. Kati M says:

    I know a little girl who would love a doll carrier and the little diapers!

  124. Tracy in MO says:

    Like all of these, but especially can’t wait to try the white hot fudge!

  125. What a great list! Thanks for including my superhero masks!

  126. Sam says:

    I am all over those super hero masks. Awesome!

  127. Great ideas! Love the chef’s hat! Thanks for the chance to win.
    Shannon J. Virginia, USA

  128. Paula in IA says:

    The superhero masks will be perfect for my 4 year old nephew!

  129. Meg in OR says:

    What fun projects! Love all of the prizes!

  130. Mandi in CO says:

    great projects!

  131. kim t. in wa says:

    really great stuff today! love that chef’s hat!

  132. Baylea says:

    Love the Car Roll up.

  133. Sonja says:

    Love the doll bed!

  134. Allison C says:

    Love those masks

  135. Tasha in MO says:

    That white hot fudge sauce looks soooo good.

  136. Patricia in PA says:

    Thanks for sharing these, I can see myself sewing late into the nights now….

  137. Jennifer N. in CA says:

    Lots of fun projects and ideas. Our hands down favorite is the Harry Potter knitting book. That’s going straight to my daughter’s wishlist. Thanks for sharing.

  138. Mandi says:

    The baby bed and diapers would be perfect for my daughter.

  139. annette says:

    Great mask project, so versatile. I’ve had my eye on the Made by Hand book – love to win!

  140. Jenny in CA says:

    I’m loving this series. So many great ideas.

  141. Jess in IN says:

    I love seeing gifts like these to encourage imagination!

  142. jessicac says:

    The superhero masks are fantastic!

  143. Lauren says:

    Great stuff thanks

  144. Anita says:

    Some great ideas today!

  145. Martha says:

    The baby doll bed is definitely going on my “to do” list. Thanks for all the great posts!

  146. Jenny in DC says:

    Fun ideas! It’s a fun age to create for.

  147. Tricia in OR says:

    Love these – especially the superhero masks. 🙂

  148. Jaime B (in Colorado) says:

    Those superhero masks are AWESOME!!

  149. Jo in MA says:

    I am just learning how to crochet — just added that book to my Christmas list 🙂

  150. Anya says:

    Those superhero masks would be perfect for my son’s birthday. Better get sewing!

  151. --anu says:

    I love the doll bed 🙂

  152. Deb H. in PA says:

    Love the masks and capes. We used those patterns at camp this year!

  153. Amy in IL says:

    I love that apron. Could have used that pattern three days ago. I love all the cute ideas.

  154. Amanda in MD says:

    That chef hat looks complicated. BUT, little man will love it!! And those masks are too, too cute. Hopefully I’ll squeeze one or two of those in too.

  155. Lesley says:

    Great project ideas!

  156. Kristie says:

    So many great ideas that are perfect for birthdays, we well as the holidays. Great inspiration.

  157. Susan says:

    Love the pizza chef hat, gotta make that one for my great nephew.

  158. christina in VT says:

    Who doesn’t want to be a super hero????

  159. Connie J says:

    I am loving all of the superhero tutorials! Thanks for connecting us with such creative people!

  160. Cari says:

    The doll bed would be perfect for my youngest!

  161. Another great post and giveaway! 🙂

  162. Tabitha klucking says:

    What wonderful projects for kids!

  163. Catherine says:

    I have two big fans of make believe in my house who would love those super hero masks.

  164. Marjorie says:

    Love all of these projects!!

  165. Karen A says:

    I see some projects that would be fun for my great nephews.

  166. Sara in MA says:

    Love that car roll up, how do you always know what I am thinking SMS!

  167. Nupur in GA says:

    How cute!! There are several of these I would simply love to make.

  168. dangermom says:

    That’s some great stuff. I can think of a few kids I know who would love those masks! I made a Pikachu mask once that was kind of similar, it was a hit.

  169. Melanie in AZ says:

    My project list just got a whole lot longer. Thanks for the inspiration!

  170. Netta in MI says:

    Lots of great ideas for pretend play! Love the masks.

  171. Lindsay in Iowa says:

    Ooh I love the masks, but I really need to make my preschooler an apron too! Hurray for useful amd cute tutorials!

  172. Julia in NJ says:

    Love that crochet book! I can knit like a maniac on 2, 4, 5, even 8 needles. One crochet hook? Baffling! Hope I win this one!

  173. Kristin in CA says:

    I love the photo for the super hero cape 🙂

  174. Robynn in CA says:

    That doll bed is too cute.

  175. Beth in MI says:

    Especially love the pizza chef hat!!

  176. Tammy in MI says:

    Oh! I love that car roll up!

  177. Ali in WA says:

    I should make a chef’s hat for me! Thank you so much for the giveaway!

  178. Katie Strong says:

    Oh my goodness! These giveaways are so exciting. Love the projects today!

  179. Margo in WA says:

    These are wonderful projects! I particularly like the little apron and the chef hat!

  180. anna dorothy says:

    I love that chef hat!!

  181. Sarah says:

    Sarah from Maine! Such great ideas!

  182. Sarah says:

    Such amazing ideas!

  183. Terry says:

    Great ideas. Love the child’s apron. I have two little boys that have a penchant for the arts as well as helping momma in the kitchen.

  184. Kari says:


  185. KeriCan in CA says:

    The babydoll bed is just what my daughter’s been looking for!

  186. Kerry in WA says:

    Several of these are now on my christmas to do list. Best post so far!

  187. Annie in CA says:

    Great roundup! I love the baby doll carrier and the cloth diapers. Those will be perfect Christmas gifts for my 2-year old daughter (and my 3 year old niece!).

  188. Christi in MI says:

    I think I need the super hero masks to go with my wrist bands from a couple of days ago! Awesome! (pst… I love Harry Potter!)

  189. Kim in WI says:

    These are super gift ideas!! Wow love the car roll up and the doll carrier,,,and another yummy recipe!! Any one of these books would be wonderful to win. Thank you .

  190. Audrey says:

    Love all these projects!!!

  191. Ali (in IL) says:

    Great ideas!

  192. Miet says:

    I love every single one of these projects!

  193. Sarah in ME says:

    Oh I want the Harry Potter knits book!!!!! Or Made by Hand…. they both look fantastic!! And the superhero masks are a must for our house.

  194. amentzer-vt says:

    Great collection today.

  195. KarenH in OK says:

    Those are all great projects, I know a few adults that would like the Superhero masks too!

  196. Krissy in PA says:

    Love the super hero masks! They would make great party favors.

  197. Lisa in Ct says:

    Pair those super hero masks us with some of the new Anne Kelle fabric and you can make an entire Super Hero costume. I like the idea off the Little Farmer, with the mini garden tools and making the baby bed and diapers. One could also make a train conductors hat and kerchief so that the child (either boy or girl) could pretend the were the engineer of a train. There are so many great ideas for pretend play.

  198. SavvyGirlDeborah in NYC says:

    The superhero party masks are a cute idea. Definitely something that could work for an adult also…especially one who loves comic books! (I’m thinking about my boss’ Christmas gift…)

  199. Cindi in GA says:

    Too much FUN!!!! Can’t wait to get started.

  200. Heather in CA says:

    Oh, I think my daughter would want to learn to knit if she could make Harry Potter inspired clothes!

  201. Kristin H says:

    So many fun ideas! The cranberry pear jam looks delicious.

  202. Kate in MO says:

    This collection is making me wish I knew more kids to sew for!

  203. Jennifer in Missouri says:

    My boys will love the superhero masks!

  204. Carrie P. says:

    more great projects. the recipes sure do look good too.

  205. annette says:

    I love this list. Sewing for kids is my favorite!

  206. Jenn in GA says:

    Love the superhero stuff!

  207. Samina says:

    I’ve been meaning to make an apron for my son for a while, so thanks for the reminder & a pattern link.

  208. What fun prizes! I might have to learn to knit if I win the Harry Potter knits magazine!

  209. Beth in Michigan says:

    Such cool ideas! That little doll bed really got me. I don’t have any little people in my life right now. Maybe a should get a jump start on sewing for the grandkids, when they come along!

  210. Jennifer in MA says:

    Car Roll up and superhero masks have been added to the “to do” list!!!

    So cute for boys!

  211. Those superhero masks are adorable!

  212. Laurie in MA says:

    I love the baby basket!!!!

  213. Cathie D says:

    several that I am going to consider for my Christmas gift list
    thanks for the chance to win

  214. Trina in MA says:

    I’ve been wanting to make a superhero cape for a while now.

  215. I love the little mei-tai!

  216. I’m predicting some tool belts in my near future!

  217. Amy in MN says:

    Ahh, more items to add to the inspiration list! I’ve made the doll bed and it’s a hit!! Great posts.

  218. Cathy Bremer says:

    I love everyone of her patterns! Tough to decide on my favorite!

  219. Amy says:

    I’d love to make the apron with a laminated fabric for painting and messy crafts. Great projects!

  220. Wendy says:

    That car roll-up is perfect for my nephew for Christmas!

  221. Lynnette in VA says:

    Love the race track.

  222. Mary says:

    Oh, I’m so excited to find a pattern for masks and super hero cape! Thanks for the inspiring ideas, every day.
    Now, then…off to make a SuperMom mask.

  223. mei says:

    All these projects are so lovely!!

  224. Marge says:

    This a great category!

  225. That car roll up and the super hero masks are so cute! It’s usually hard to find DIY gift ideas for boys, but those are awesome.

  226. I definitely need to try that white hot fudge sauce. Sounds yummy!

  227. Best list yet! My children are at the make believe age and it is so much fun. My son need the mei tei carrier for his baby doll!

  228. lydia in WA says:

    Aawwhhh, these costumes are super cute. Going to have to make a whole slew of them for some special little people.

  229. Mina says:

    Love these projects! And all of the prizes today are totally fab!

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