Little Girls, Big Style: Sew a Boutique Wardrobe from 4 Easy Patterns
by Mary Abreu (Goodreads Author)
With 23 projects in sizes 2-6, you can create a closet full of clothes for any little girl in your life. Everything you need to learn is here, from the basic sewing to the stylish finishing. It's all about handmade!
Paperback, 127 pages
Published December 16th 2010 by Stash Books
(first published November 1st 2010)
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I have been paging through this book for the past few months and am planning to start sewing some spring/summer outfits for my little girl from these patterns. The book is layed out well, and offers several different ideas to use the patterns in the book to make endless variations of outfits for little girls. The directions look clear with nice photos, and I'm hoping the patterns sew up well!
After stitching her first pillow by hand at age eight, Mary Abreu received a Holly Hobbie sewing machine - which she quickly ignored because the toy machine only sewed a chain stitch. Mary documents her many crafting adventures on her blog, Confessions of a Craft Addict (www.confessionsofacraftaddict.com), because her family grew tired of the daily craft show and tell. She also teaches apparel sew...moreMore about Mary Abreu...