This is Barbara or Babs for short, isn’t she adorable!? She is inspired by our friend Sascha’s tiny BFF Barbara. We received a new fabulous cotton canvas fabric from Alexander Henry and thought, wouldn’t this make a great stuffie!? And than we thought, we HAVE to make Barbara! So here she is and we are sharing the pattern for FREE! She is fairly simple to make, you just need to know some basic sewing skills. The pattern can be downloaded in a PDF through the link below. Click this link right here if you would like to purchase the adorable fabric we used, we think it really makes her extra amazing! We added the ability to purchase 2/3 of a yard, which is the exact amount you need to make babs, or you can order in 1/2 yard quantities like usual.
Here is the pattern, enjoy!
Barbara is about 23″ long and 12″ high when finished.
Barbara The Doxie Stuffie Pattern
It’s that spooky time of year again! This year I have a 4 year old who is crazy for Halloween and cannot seem to get enough of decorating. So we are going a little overboard with the decor this year. And since we are fabric enthusiasts, we wanted to make a little something with some of our favorite prints. We ended up with was this adorable Trick or Treat Banner. We love it, and thought you might too, so we decided to give you the pattern in an easy to make tutorial. This can be made “no sew” if you would prefer or you can stitch a little if that’s what you enjoy. We are also selling kits with all of our same fabrics & felts, to make it easy for you. Our kit gives you lots of variety, with out having to purchase large quantities, plus you know it will be as cute as ours! There is a link below to download the Free Pattern in a PDF as well as a link to purchase kits. Enjoy!
I hope your little one likes it as much as mine!
Click below to Download the FREE PDF Pattern for the Trick or Treat Halloween Banner :
Trick or Treat Halloween Banner
Click Here to purchase Trick or Treat Banner Kits
This is my little monster with his bag! I made this for him to Trick or Treat with and loved it so much, I thought I would share it with you. If you need a project for this lovely Sunday afternoon, this is perfect. It only takes about an hour so you can totally whip one up before Halloween next week! I used “real” wool felt, we like the National Non-Wovens the best, it is what we sell and what we always use in our felt projects. So just gather up some felt in some colors that your little one will love and get going.
The pattern is in a PDF and you can download it by clicking the link below, there are lots of pictures so it is easy to follow:
Little Monster Trick Or Treat Bag Pattern