Last Minute Gifts for Toddlers

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Have some toddlers on your gift list this year? With these fun sewing projects you can make a gift they’re sure to love in 15 minutes! The “I Spy” Game and the Fabric Marble Maze – two tutorials for quick last minute gifts for toddlers! Christmas is just around the corner! I am so excited,

Toddler Apron & Toy Oven Mitt Free Pattern

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Today I have a toddler apron & toy oven mitt free pattern to share with you! If you have a little last minute gift sewing to do this is quick and easy Perfect for pretend play! Or the apron is great for real kitchen fun too!  Remember the oven mitt is a toy and is

DIY Sandbox with Lid

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My wonderful husband built this sandbox with a lid for the kids and they are loving it!  I love that it has a lid so we can close it up when we’re done and keep the sand clean and dry And when it’s time to play again it’s ready and waiting Now that summer has

15″ Doll Dress Pattern

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 Today Anne and I have a 15″ Doll Dress Pattern to share with you! This cute little dress fits her Disney Princess dolls perfectly And the velcro closure in back makes it easy for little hands to do by themselves And even better she made it herself! If my 4 year old can make it

Toddler Purse Tutorial

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 When I made Anne’s Easter dress I had just enough fabric left for a toddler purse and I just couldn’t help myself Clearly this little purse brings out the silly! So she can’t quite figure out how a lady might hold a purse but she does love swinging it around and stashing her chapstick in

FQ Doll Sleeping Bag Tutorial

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 This week Anne and I made a quick and easy sleeping bag for her dolly. Since she was the one doing the sewing (yes my 4 year old made this!) we really did keep it simple All you need is one FQ and some fleece to complete this doll sleeping bag tutorial The top of the

Lined Drawstring Bag Tutorial

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I love little bags and this lined drawstring bag is especially fun! No raw edges so it looks pretty inside and out. Perfect for making a gift extra special or containing little sets of things. Fill them up with jewelry, diaper bag essentials, toys, etc. I love using these for busy bags for my diaper

Toy Princess Castle

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To go along with the Princess Peg Dolls from my mom my husband and I made a princess castle for them to live in. The castle is made from MDF with a beadboard backing. The turrets are fence post toppers and then he finished it off with a little trim Just for me he even added

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