Back to School with Made it Patterns

The tittle of the post makes me think summer is over, but really is not at all!. We have still a couple of weeks before school starts again. Oh, let me tell you,  I really I don’t miss the manic mornings finding socks and/or shoes -yes, in this house socks and shoes disappear by magic-… Continue reading Back to School with Made it Patterns

The Schooner dress / El Vestido Schooner

Today I wanted to show you a new dress I made for my daughter. She loves dresses and always she welcomed them with a big smile on her face, which always makes me happy. Usually she loves skater silhouettes with big skirts to spin around, but this time I wanted to change the style a little… Continue reading The Schooner dress / El Vestido Schooner

Light like a feather dress

Ok, I manage to make one more thing for Kids Clothes Week!. I finished a dress on Sunday morning. I made a Solis dress pattern designed by Sofilantjes. This dress wasn’t into my plans for the week, but after seeing this one the first day of KCW, I couldn’t resist a spontaneous project went to print the… Continue reading Light like a feather dress

Sewing for Kindergarten: Going to school for big girls

Today I’m participating in a blog series called Sewing for Kindergarten, hosted by Mie, the author of the blog Sewing like mad.  In a very quick resume, the series is all about making  suitable clothes /accessories for kids that are starting  school this year. I bet that by now you probably know that one of my kids is starting… Continue reading Sewing for Kindergarten: Going to school for big girls

A sleeping sack for Kids Clothes Week

Kids Clothes Week – summer edition 2015 has finished and I didn’t show you one of the projects I made during the weekend. My son has been a fan of sleeping  in sleeping sacks since he was 4 or 5 months old, opposite  to my daughter that never loved them. Then I had a fair quantity of brand new flowery… Continue reading A sleeping sack for Kids Clothes Week

An Ishi dress and walking on the grass

These days, dresses are miss VI usual attire. There is not human power to make her use a pair of trousers. I’m not sure how many dresses are enough for a little girl, so I couldn’t resist to make the dress (and probably not the last one) I’m showing you today.The Ishi dress is  the newest pattern designed… Continue reading An Ishi dress and walking on the grass