Posts Tagged‘sewing for kids’

how to make a chef costume

Do you want an easy, fun, and inexpensive costume to make for your little one? Do you want to turn them into a real chef? A really simple costume to make and that they will not only be able to use for Carnival, but also whenever they help you out in the kitchen. You just need to make a chef’s hat and apron, two of the most worn accessories in this…

Today, we want to show you various sewing ideas from all around the world that have been made using our Katia Fabrics. More and more people are to share us with the hashtag #katiafabrics on the Katia Fabrics Instagram account, so we can see your wonderful projects. To end the year, we are presenting a selection of your sewing projects. If you want to become a part of the next…

It’s time to get the Christmas gifts ready. And there’s no doubting that the things you make by hand, that are thought up by you and made by you with so much love, are the ones that make the very best presents that you can give to your family and friends. If you want to make the right choices with your Christmas day gifts, or make the birthday of that…

Here are the step-by-step instructions so that you can learn how to sew kids’ pants  (from 86 cm to 104 cm). The pattern for this cute design is included in the Fall-Winter Cottagecore sewing pattern magazine by Katia Fabrics and comes in sizes from 12-18 months (86 cm) to 3-4 years (110 cm). These pants, with an elastic waist and front and back pockets, are the perfect design to make…

free sewing patterns

Last year at Katia we held a creative design competition to discover enthusiastic new talents and designers like the contest finalist Akukuna DIY. All of us fell in love with her Pegui dress, a sewing pattern that you can download for free at Katia.com. Furthermore, it is an extremely versatile dress that you can sew with our jersey fabric or muslin. In this post, we are sharing the two free…

Fall is here and, as the cold weather approaches, we feel more like sewing winter clothes. It’s time to get you and your family ready for this winter season. So, we suggest sewing patterns, especially coats, for babies and children. Keep your little ones warm with coraline and sheepskin fabric by Katia Fabrics. Sew coats and jackets with our most wintery fabrics: Fleece Sherpa and Teddy Fur. Get ready for…

A few days ago, we presented you with our new Purest Organic Natural Colors collection by Katia Fabrics. These 100% organic cotton fabrics are undyed, biodegradable, chemical free and hypoallergenic. A true gift from Nature in natural colours that cares for sensitive baby skins. Today, we want to share the baby sewing patterns that we have created for this new range of fabrics with you. There are 8 models, for ages…

Purest Organic Natural Colors is a cotton undyed fabric. This new product from Katia Fabrics comes from organically cultivated cotton flowers. Undoubtedly, a truly authentic gift from Nature.  This Fabrics it may appear to be the latest technological innovation, however, Purest is simply Nature itself: growing freely and exhibiting its true colours. Here at Katia Fabrics we support both the cotton growers. If you also share a deep respect for the environment,…

We are starting the back to school period with a lot enthusiasm to get sewing and we want to help you have everything ready. Therefore, we are sharing 4 sewing video-tutorials featuring fabrics and patterns from Katia Fabrics. These projects are different sewing levels, so whether you are a beginner or an expert sewer you can create the right kit for you with multi-use bags, pencil cases, overalls and backpacks.…

Whether you are a beginner or not, and you’d like to discover new pattern ideas, we propose 5 easy sewing ideas to get you sewing this August. Patterns for making; trousers, skirts, tops and bags… everything you need to dress your little one. Furthermore, today we want to explain the importance of choosing the right fabric for each sewing project. Because if you do choose the right fabrics, half the…

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