Do you tend to have a little helper on hand when you get the sewing machine out? Sewing is a skill that lasts a lifetime, so why not pass the knowledge on whilst they are still young. We have 3 great patterns to get your children sewing this summer. So, get those machines side by side and enjoy a creative summer with your mini me.
Summer is the season of skirts, so we can’t think of a better make for a beginner. This Learn to Sew pattern includes special instructions, especially for your teen. Allowing your to pick and choose what you want and where, the pattern includes different overlay and trim options, so their first make is completely bespoke.
Stitch up a skirt with Simplicity’s 8106 pattern.
Bags of Fun:
A pattern suited to all kinds of sewing levels – whether your child is creating their first time make or a fifth time stitcher. With a range of styles, these bags are rated by skill level, where you can test your abilities and customise with buttons or patch pocket.
Head back to school with a brand new bag with Simplicity 2164.
Sew to Slumber:
Be the best dressed at the summer sleepover, with your very own handmade sleepwear set. Opt for a lounge dress top or a full set. Customise with trim variations and sleeve length. This make is a little more complicated than the others, so take this opportunity for some quality teamwork time, to complete this pattern.
Try this sew easy make with pattern 1722.