Kids Clothes Week and a Chance to Win!


Today is the start of this round of Kids Clothes Week!  Are you sewing along?

I thought I'd share some easy design ideas for my Estherlyn's Jumper pattern this week.  Some of these ideas came from some of my testers.  I'm also giving away one free copy of the pattern.   Leave a comment from now through Wednesday evening to be entered to win.  I'll draw for a winner on Thursday morning.  Please be sure to include a way for me to contact you if you win.

I sewed up this little 2t Estherlyn's Jumper a week or so ago.  The design changes were very simple on this one.  I just added a couple of little decorative buttons along the edge of the apron and I also used bias trim along the curved edge of the apron instead of sewing the apron pieces together and turning them.  Easy peasy!  The best part about this dress was that everything (except the yellow buttons) came from my stash!


What would be your take on this pattern?  I'd love to know!

6 comments:

Call Ajaire said...

I love the look of this pattern Linda! I'll share the giveaway :)

Sew Starly said...

Oh I love this! I'm always looking for ways to showcase a smaller cut of special fabric that's not an apron.

LittleHouseontheDairy said...

Very cute pattern. I have a huge vintage button stash and I love patterns that show them off

Elisabetta said...

Thank you so much for the chance to win this lovely pattern, it's simple but particular at the same time, I like it and can be personalized in many other ways like ribbons or decorations! ^_^

Alison Shaw said...

I love the binding along the apron edge, I think I'd try a bit of piping under the bodice - oooh or the pom pom's I've seen people use at the bottom of a skirt.

Helen Moore said...

Thank you for a wonderful give away. This is a very cute pattern!!