Today’s pattern is a no-sew, scrap-busting, easy to put together piece that would be perfect for your little man to wear on Easter Sunday! Or any day of the week if he’s so inclined.
I don’t think my girls would wear these, nor would my 35-year old husband. Maybe I could convince one of my dogs to model for me. Yeah, you’re right, probably not. It certainly makes me wish there was a little boy I could make some for!
Anyway…today’s super cute Pattern Sharing is this little man bow tie tutorial by Lindsey over at the The Pleated Poppy. Thanks, Lindsey for such a cute tutorial!
It’s been a crazy week around here! My husband is out of town for the week, which always seems to complicate things. But when combined with numerous appointments, visit with friends, a poorly-napping toddler and more than a handful of open shop orders I feel like the week has flown by in a whirlwind.
One of my highest priority items this week was finishing these super cute baby blankets for a neighbor. She’s hoping that baby makes an appearance at any time so I knew they needed to be done immediately.
I am really please with how they turned out — hopefully she feels the same way!
This isn’t the only cuteness to come out of the studio this week. I’ll have some more sneak peaks to show in a little bit. And don’t forget to watch tomorrow for another fun Friday DeStash!
Since our household is heavy on the estrogen (at least in terms of those who stand on 2 legs), little boy patterns are more few and far between. But in celebration of a bunch of little boys being born to friends I figured it was time to dig through the internet and find a couple of really cute boy patterns for today!
First up, these absolutely, so stinkin’ cute, itty bitty boxer briefs by Sabra over at Sew a Straight Line.
Second is the super cool boys belt over at The Mother Huddle.
Stuff like this makes me yearn for some boys, or even *a* little boy, in the house. For some reason I doubt my husband would appreciate me making him boxer brief with cute designs on them.