The weather is getting warm and the days are getting longer. It is time for adventure and play. This weeks round up is about sewing up fun things to get boy’s imaginations going and bring some adventures into their lives.
How fun are these no sew super heroes costumes! from Twin Dragonfly Designs
Adventures require a tent, right. I love this one from Obsessively Stitching
Every prince needs a crown! This felt one from Making things for kids is great!
And every prince needs a horse! Check out these stick horses from Lia Griffith
And I will wrap it up with this fun fishing game from Make it love it!
There is nothing quite like seeing our handsome boys dressed to the nines, and with Easter quickly approaching, we have the perfect excuse to pull something dapper together! Check out these tutorials for some Easter inspiration of your own!
Even the littlest of men can get in on the fun with these sweet Baby Suspender Shorts. (Crafting Zuzzy)
Keep your little guy classy with this free Boys Blazer Pattern. (Shwin & Shwin)
Sew a timeless vest with this Boy’s Vest Tutorial/Pattern. (Mother Huddle)
And don’t forget the men with this Father’s Day Tie tutorial! (The Purl Bee)
It’s time to start sewing for those summer vacations on the horizon! There are some amazing fabric lines for boys out there…and today, we’re going to share just a few of our favorite woven prints with you! Get ready to get inspired!
Get your little man ready for the beach with Sarah Jane’s Out to Sea line. (Michael Miller)
Island vacation, anyone? Deck him out in Dennis Bennett’s Ipanema! (Birch Fabrics)
How about getting back to nature with Jay-Cyn Designs Feather River line. (Birch Fabrics)
Or, prepare for big adventure (and big s’mores!) with Laurie Wisbrun’s Roughing It line. (Robert Kaufman)
You’ll be lazy-day ready in no time! Happy Sewing!
Today, we would like to share with you some great lego sewing projects. Legos are such a great way to let little boys imaginations run wild. We hope you enjoy the wonderful tutorials that we found.
I love this little carrier by Crazy little projects! It is so smart and the ninja fabric used is adorable!
What a great storage idea from Free Styling Beth!
Desert Chica has an awesome template for making a great lego shirt.
I even found a tutorial for making lego sewing machine at Such Designs. I cannot wait to make this with my son.
I hope these get you inspired to sew up some lego themed items with your boys!!
March 2nd will mark the birthday of everyone’s favorite author, Dr. Seuss! Children all over will be celebrating his stories at home or at school…help get your little guy ready with these Seussperations!
Grab this free printable from Bless This Mess to create your own I Heart Dr. Seuss Tee.
Go all out with this amazing Green Eggs & Ham costume from It’s Always Autumn.
Make him the Cat’s hat with with this tutorial from Nap Time Crafts.
Or give him a side kick for the day with this Fish tutorial from I’m Feelin’ Crafty.
Happy Seussical Sewing!
Let’s focus on our littlest guys today. Those sweet elbow dimples…the softest of hair…the chubby legs…our baby boys!
Here are a handful of inspiring ways to decorate a baby boy’s go-to attire: the snap suit!
Create an adorable Little Gentleman’s Faux Vest with this tutorial from B is for Boy.
Get several looks with one suit using this Interchangeable Bowtie tutorial from Make It & Love It.
Dress him up with this Tie tutorial from A Day In My Life.
Sew him a sweet snap suit Cardigan from Feather’s Flights.
Let’s empower our boys with needle and thread! Need a little inspiration to get started? How about beginning with one of these great ideas?
Introduce sewing supplies to young children with this toddler friendly sewing basket.
Start with the basics and get the feel of the tools with paper plate weaving.
Practice placing fun and colorful buttons with this button sewing activity.
Create a unique throw with four bandannas using this easy quilt tutorial.
Happy sewing with your boy!
We love to love on those baby boys of ours (no matter how old they are)!
Here is some project inspiration to help you prepare for loving-est day of them all!
Get ready to receive sweet notes with this Valentine’s envelope.
Dress him up with this classic Valentine airplane tee.
Let him deliver Valentines in style with this felt robot bag.
And just because he’s older doesn’t mean he can’t get in on the fun with this Minecraft inspired tee!
A boy and his favorite pair of jeans…dirty, frayed, ripped, worn, and crawling with memories!
From getting your little man started on denim to helping his favorite pair go the extra mile, we’ve got some inspiration to keep the adventures coming!
Get him started young with these durable denim bibs.
It’s time! It’s time to pull out those projects you meant to finish (or begin!) during your holiday rush. It’s time to master something old, or to try something new!
It’s time for inspiration…and here are a few things to get you started:
Give into your boy’s wild side (while still keeping him warm!) with this sweet Hooded Scarf!
Let your little man save the day with a fast Superhero Cape!