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My name is Karen and I teach kids to sew. My in-home sewing school is a busy one filled with adorable children of all ages and abilitites. One never tires of the smiles and joy experienced ...
My name is Karen and I teach kids to sew. My in-home sewing school is a busy one filled with adorable children of all ages and abilitites. One never tires of the smiles and joy experienced when a student finishes a project they sewed on their own. Such a rewarding job!
One challenge I face is finding patterns written in lingo kids can follow. So, I developed Little Stitchers' Pattern Co. to solve our problem. When I'm not teaching, I'm designing and writing patterns we can use in class. They are loaded with color photographs, detailed step-by-step instructions and pattern pieces. Each pattern is kid-tested and stamp approved.
Thanks for continuing to read this & hope you enjoy our patterns!
The Sleepover Bag pattern is used regularily in our classroom and is an all-time student favorite. This lined drawstring bag utilizes fat quarters (fun!), is lined, and can be embellished with decorative trims to make something quite unique and personal to the creator. It's very roomy, durable and practical. It's amazing how much one can stuff into this bag!
All our patterns are rated Easy, Pro and Daredevil. This pattern is rated "Pro" level because it does require the seamstress to be able to sew straight lines, respect a seam allowance and piece together fat quarters according to the directions.
This pattern contains 13 pages and is in pdf format. It has meticuous step-by-step instructions and large colored photos containing directional arrows. It is written in sewing lingo anyone young or old can understand.