Welcome to Sew into Spring with Pickle Toes Patterns. Join us for 5 days of sewing our patterns as we prep for the transition from winter to spring. We were lucky enough to have 10 bloggers join us sewing up lovely creations and to have Evelyn at Seweird Fabric sponsor our bloggers and offer us a store credit for one of our lovely readers. You can find Evelyn on Facebook here. At the end of the tour join us for a rafflecopter giveaway featuring a $20 credit from Seweird and a $20 shop credit from us.
I am going to share some of my favorite Sews from Pickle Toes Patterns.
First up is this cute dress called Pickled Tink. I love it. I made this one for my youngest granddaughter. This dress is so cute and versatile. It can be worn with or without a bolero. I have seen a double ruffle on the bottom and a sash around it.
Next is the Taylor Tee. Another pattern with options. It can be color blocked, or done plain. I like it plain because it Sews together fast. I like fast. Even color blocking it goes fast. This pattern is available for Men, Women, husky size, children and babies. Yes, you need this one for those family reunions to keep track of your family. And those wonderful family pictures. This pattern makes it great for matching the whole group.
Next up are the Grasshoppers. These are so cute for girls. They have an elastic waist, different lengths, shorts, Bermuda (knee), capri and pants. They are a great year round pattern. You can have a little slit on the bottom at the sides and do a cute bow.
Next up are the polliwogs leggings for children then you have the tadpoles for babies. I need to buy the tadpoles patterns.
My granddaughter loves these polliwogs leggings. I don't always know what fabrics I use, as I sometimes buy them as flat folds from one of my local stores, but I know these back ones are made from dbp, double brushed polyester, and they are soft. My granddaughter loves them.
I love these Pickle Toes Patterns, and they have lots more. Some of which I am currently working on. If you purchase any of these patterns, I would love it, if you would use my affiliate link. There is no extra charge, but I do earn a small commission. www.pickletoespatterns.com?aff=71
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