mix and matchable FABRICS AND trims

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mix and
matchable
FABRICS
AND trims
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Ruffle
Me
Lovely
This frilly-fun ensemble
has all the glamour of
a petticoat and half the
hassle. We made it using
McCall’s Pattern #6497 and
then added black rosettes
and trim. To highlight
layers on the pant leg,
stack color-coordinating
prints like these. Then
dance a dainty minuet (or
a jig—whatever fluffs
your ruffles).
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Pint-Sized Pair
One for you, and one for puppy, too! This sweet
combo (Simplicity Pattern #1793) comes with a
complete mini-me pattern for your sweetheart’s
favorite play pal. And since the big girl pattern
features a flowy dress-and-pant set, she’ll be
free to leap and twirl her way through the day.
Superstar
Spotted
Dress your diva in this
two-piece knockout, and it’s
look out world! It’s our own
funky fabric creation—thanks
to McCall’s Pattern #6688. And
it’s sweet. It’s sassy. It’s even
pom-pom-adorned!
(That’s right…check out
that red and green trim.)
All it needs is a pair of
paparazzi-proof shades and a
show-stopping smile to boot.
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Rosy Posey
Our all-purpose trims—like the
lace ruffles and pink rosettes
pictured here—are the quicker
spiffer-uppers for any outfit.
Pink shorts: McCall’s Pattern
#5419 and a double-sided bow,
stitched on (we added trim to
the tank using a hand-drawn
heart pattern). Patchwork dress:
McCall’s Pattern #6497.
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Chic in
Paris
“Oui, oui,” she’ll say while
sipping her tea… ’cause this
Eiffel-esque fabric will give
her an excuse to play dress-up
any day. We used McCall’s
Pattern #6686 and added
some chiffon trim instead of
ruffles—a great timesaver!
Accent the outfit with a bow à
la mode or headband like the
one you see here. (We carry
pre-made rosettes!)
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Bold
Bombshells
The bland days are over… So when you
dress your sun bunnies, mix and match
our bright and cheery designs for an
outfit that’s as spunky as they are.
Dress and purse (far left): McCall’s
Pattern #6730 plus rickrack
Polka dot pants (left): McCall’s Pattern
#6642 plus pink chiffon trim and a
rosette
Shirt and pants (below): Simplicity
Pattern #2171
Yellow polka dress (lower left):
Simplicity Pattern #1921
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pep talk
Peplum, that is—it might be our
favorite ruffle interpretation. This just-for-tots jacket (McCall’s
Pattern #6597) features dark and light florals, and even the buttons
are blooming!
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Daisy Baby
This cap-sleeved beauty belongs
with the blooms. By pairing a bright paisley pattern with playful
cheetah and then adding some ivory tulle trim, we’ve created our
very own little ray of sunshine from Simplicity Pattern #1921.
RUFFLEd
Duff
When your superstar
tries this doubly darling
dress-and-bloomer pair,
she just might insist on
wearing it to sleep…and
to bath time…and in
the winter, too. We made
it with Simplicity Pattern
#1921 and doubled up
the ruffles on the sleeves
and tushie.
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Park IT
Step 1: Don a light, flowy
dress like the one you
see here—from McCall’s
Pattern #6731.
Step 2: Have a heavenly
afternoon in the park.
Tip: We used patchwork
fabric for parts of the
pattern and the tie.
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HelLo,
Chevron!
We’re so glad you’re back.
And to celebrate, we’ve
made some spunky summer
shorts to pair with a
chiffon-adorned tank from
McCall’s Pattern #6642.
0H, Gee!
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Try an ogee-inspired tunic
for a style that’s one part
pop art, one part disco, and
one part Girls Just Wanna
Have Fun. To make it, we
added ruffly chiffon trim to
Simplicity Pattern #1704.
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Mommy
and Me
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Pinning Pretty
Everyone knows that moms make the best playmates.
These picnic-ready, houndstooth get-ups will show the
world the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. For the
girl’s dress, we used McCall’s Pattern #6389. And for the
grown-up version, we used Simplicity Pattern #2447.
For a brooch-fully beautiful touch, we created our
own pins by cutting the blooms from our rosette
trim, adhering them in a flower shape onto a small
felt piece, and then gluing a pin back to the felt.
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BOHO BABE
For a light and carefree look, try this
pattern-blocked tunic from McCall’s
Pattern #6735. Because there’s no
reason you shouldn’t pair every fun
and funky fabric in sight!
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Hangin’ out!
These made-for-baby outfits embrace forward florals and damask-inspired
patterns. And with the added trims, they’ve got a boutique look.
Floral Jumper:
Simplicity
Pattern #1701
Pink Outfit:
Simplicity
Pattern #2668
Bib: Simplicity
Pattern #2468
Fisherman
Fashion
Our fresh new fabrics work for
the fellas, too! Make some trendy
trunks like these (McCall’s
Pattern #6099) for the little man.
Sucker
for Seer
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We took a schoolgirl classic and
added a bit of summer flavor
with lace trim and a nearly
nautical fabric. From Simplicity
Pattern #1704.
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Bug out
Let the little ones roll out the
dough in these cute-as-a-button aprons! We used
Simplicity Pattern #1954, plus some rosette trim and
rickrack in varying sizes.
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