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Giveaway: 14 Lil Blue Boo PDF Sewing Patterns

 

 

Never sewn, but want to learn how? Lil Blue Boo PDF Patterns are easy enough for a beginner but are full of options for an advanced seamstress. Each pattern is full of step-by-step photos, pattern pieces and tips on sewing knits on a regular sewing machine. The best part about PDF patterns is that you can print the pattern pieces off as many times as you like for different sizes.

Enter to win the ENTIRE set of Lil Blue Boo patterns.….14 patterns for girls, boys and women as well as a handbag pattern. All patterns can be made from new fabric or there are tips for re-purposing t-shirts and other knit clothing! If you already own a pattern and are the winner of the giveaway you can “gift” it to a friend!

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To enter, scroll through and let me know in the comments which pattern you’d love to sew first and if there are any patterns you’d love to see from Lil Blue Boo in the future!

For a second chance to win, tweet: “I would love to win the @lilblueboo sewing pattern giveaway http://ow.ly/6QHE5 (via @babbleeditors)”

Contest ends Friday, October 14th at midnight. The winner will be selected using Random.org and the name will be posted on Saturday, October 15th. Happy sewing!

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  • Maliboo Romper 1 of 14
    Maliboo Romper
    Comfy and cute. Make a halter-style shorts romper for your sweet girl!
  • Reversible Bubble Hoodie 2 of 14
    Reversible Bubble Hoodie
    Great for a layering jumper or make it in terry cloth for a bathing suit coverup. Perfect for all seasons.
  • The Perfect Short 3 of 14
    The Perfect Short
    The perfect short pattern....with a yoga style waistband. My daughter wears these as shorts, bloomers and PJs. So many possibilities.
  • Casbah Carryall 4 of 14
    Casbah Carryall
    A great all-around handbag and carryall!
  • The Pieced Tunic 5 of 14
    The Pieced Tunic
    Make a one-of-a-kind tunic. This is my favorite pattern and I wear these tops all the time. I love using old t-shirts to create a funky pieced look!
  • Li’l Sally Doll Dress 6 of 14
    Li'l Sally Doll Dress
    Make cute doll dresses! Includes patterns for 10" and 15" dolls and American Girl Dolls.
  • T-Patchwork Dress 7 of 14
    T-Patchwork Dress
    Turn an ordinary t-shirt into a dress! Includes a doll dress pattern to make a matching outfit.
  • Recycled Unisex Hoodie 8 of 14
    Recycled Unisex Hoodie
    Upcycle t-shirts into a cool pieced hoodie using the pattern pieces!
  • The Sienna Dress 9 of 14
    The Sienna Dress
    Upcycle t-shirts into a fun funky pieced dress. Includes an idea book for adding gathered ruffle and embellishing with freezer paper stencils.
  • The Paper Doll Dress 10 of 14
    The Paper Doll Dress
    Great for a fall jumper! Includes how to "cheat" at button holes.
  • Li’l Leggings 11 of 14
    Li'l Leggings
    Knee length leggings ....adorable for layering or wearing alone. Includes tips for lengthening, ruching, and adding a ruffle.
  • Recycled T-shirt Halter Dress 12 of 14
    Recycled T-shirt Halter Dress
    Turn those old t-shirts into an adorable halter dress. Add loops for a tie-back option!
  • The Twirl Skirt 13 of 14
    The Twirl Skirt
    Make an easy twirl skirt. Includes sizes from baby to adult and even a doll size. Great for old t-shirts!
  • Recycled T-Shirt Skirt or Skort 14 of 14
    Recycled T-Shirt Skirt or Skort
    This pattern shows how to turn a t-shirt into a skirt or skort!

READ MORE OF ASHLEY’S WRITING AT LIL BLUE BOO.

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Note: Giveaway is closed. Random winner is #19 Renee. Congrats Renee!

 

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