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Let’s Go Fishing Hat
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In this innovative boys-only pattern book, you will find 24 projects—ranging from sporty to dapper—to create an entire handmade wardrobe little boys will love. The patterns span all seasons and include aselection of specialty items for playtime, art, and "on the go" accessories. You'll get instruction and guidance on numerous techniques to add longevity to each pattern—not just for the boy who grows too quickly, but also for his little brother or cousin to wear and cherish later.
The garments and accessories featured are comfortable, durable, and completely unique. From a retro button-down shirt and suspender shorts to a just-like-dad robe, these 24 sewing projects will keep the young boys in your life dressed with style year-round.
I love to sew for my boys and this book is right on time.
I also tried other patterns from this book: the raglan tee, little heartbreaker pants and shorts, and they all needed some modifications in sizing, they were too wide.
And although the book is "for boys", all the patterns are really just hip, casual styles for kids that play.
So far I've made 2 pair of the "Goodnight sweetheart pj's tops and bottoms, as well as 2 Henry shirts, for four of my grandchildren. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Vaughn A. Griffiths
Not very stylish... more basic clothes that don't mix well with today's trends. The raglan shirt is cute though.Published 7 months ago by LauraB9
I was so excited when I bought this book. Finally I can sew so many cool outfits for my son!..
But when I looked at the designs, I was slightly disappointed. Read more
I saw this book and I was sooo excited to complete some projects for my little boy. I love the photography and the projects looked like they would be fun to complete. Read morePublished 8 months ago by D. Williams
The back of the book clearly states "24 sewing projects to dress newborn to 7-year-olds in style", but it should be titled "Sewing projects for boys 2+ (plus a few... Read morePublished 12 months ago by melissa
I have made a few items from this book and agree with other reviewers who *want* to like this book, but have found issues with it. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Kate Nelson
Great ideas in this book, cute pictures but beyond that there's not much good to say. I've made the Little Heartbreaker Pants, Treasure Pocket Pants and the Raglan Tee in both... Read morePublished 15 months ago by H. Rose
I have a boy and I love to sew so I bought this book and hoped it would have at least one pattern I loved. The clothes in the pictures look pretty sloppy and poorly fitted. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Marianna B. Ross
If you have a little boy and want to sew, you need to own this book!
Before buying, I had seen many pattern reviews from this book on Pinterest and knew I needed to own... Read more