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Making Baby's Clothes: 25 Fun and Practical Projects for 0 - 3 Year Olds Paperback – October 14, 2010
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About the Author
Rob Merrett started his career as a fashion designer and has worked with many leading design studios, apparel brands and publications, pioneering trends and developing new design concepts. Rob specializes in trend forecasting for the colour, textile, fashion and interior industries, and also takes commissions as a stylist for food and lifestyle book publishers and magazines. His work has been featured in Mondo Uomo, Per Lei, WWD, International Textiles Magazine, Vogue Nippon, and British Elle, as well as in Essence of Linen (published by Ryland Peters and Small). Making Baby's Clothes is his third book for CICO, following the success of The Perfect Apron and the forthcoming Sew It, Stuff It.
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From 25 patterns, you have 8 that are actually "sew-able" for boys. 3 or 4 are for both genres, you would just have to change fabric patterns/colors and add/change some details here and there.
The cover pattern is definitively cute and is one I'll certainly make before by baby boy gets too big to wear the biggest size.
I do know that making things for girls offers you a lot more options mainly if you're crazy for bright, full-of-colors-and-ruffles clothes.
The problem is that I am a mother of 2 boys!
Another thing is that it gives you pictures only from the finished garments, the step-by-step part is completely made with drawings, which I did not like at all. I think the author just assumes you're a bit more advanced seamstress, which I am not.
If you're looking for stylish dresses for your little girl, this is your book. Otherwise, go looking for something else.
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Even the romper is complicated for no reasons and I am an expert sewer.Read more