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If you’re like me and don’t really have any girls to sew for, you may be wondering what’s in the Sew Fab Bundle for you? Well, there’s lots! Let’s take a look shall we? Want to see the full bundle, take a look at my post here.
There are lots of patterns in the pack perfect for boys! Many of these are unisex patterns and will work for girls too. I just wanted to point out what applies to boys from the bundle.
These cute shorts come in long leg length for boys and a short version for girls. They have an elastic waist with the option to also have a drawstring.
Scientific Seamstress Bowling Shirt
This shirt is so cute and the pattern includes many options for different fabric combinations. As a bonus for buying the bundle, you also receive the doll/teddy bear version of this pattern. Eek, matching bear and boy shirts…too cute!
The name of this pattern may make it sound like it’s just for girls, but the pattern makes a great basic top for boys too. Boys will love collecting all sorts of treasures in the pouch pocket on the front too. You can see my version here.
I think these would work great for a boy. They’ve got the funky dropped crotch that’s hot right now and plenty of room to move, but still have a put together look.
You can have so much fun with this art folio, making it up in fabrics perfect for your little one. I am also a fan of portable and quiet projects…great for car trips and plane rides and when your children are the plus one at your lunch date.
Poppy and Pip Penguins
These little guys are just too cute! They remind me of Pingu. I’m now on the hunt for the perfect grey felt to make these up.
Doll, Carrier and Blankie
This may seem like a girly thing to make, but I think Roman would quite like a baby doll and a little carrier. This would make a great new sibling gift for older brothers and sisters when a baby is born. So many kids love to care for a baby doll while their mum is looking after the real baby. I can think of a million uses the carrier would get too!
Now that we’ve seen what’s in the bundle for the boys, let’s take a look at what’s in there for us ladies!
I am in love with this bag! The construction is nice and simple so it really lets your fabric be the star! It’s a good excuse to buy some shiny bag hardware too.
Leather Accent Fold Over Pouch
This is such a great bag for a night out. The pattern also includes details for making a smaller cosmetics bag. You can see my version here.
Big Tote Bag
Well, I can’t really give you an objective opinion on this pattern since it is my own! I have made many of these though and they are super handy! I use mine shopping, at the library, for trips to the beach, as a knitting bag and a sewing project bag.
This top looks so carefree and easy. I love how effortless it look but comfortable at the same time. The pattern has an amazing size range too, going from XS – 5XL!!
This pattern also makes a great wardrobe staple, with plenty of different sleeve and length options. Great size range on this pattern too, XXS – 3XL!
Tulip Pinafore – I think this pattern would work well as an art smock. It’s easy to put on and a snap on the back instead of a button would mean that kids could undo and possibly do it up themselves.
So, even if you have no girls to sew dresses for and don’t think you ever will, the bundle is still great value at only $29.95 That works out to less than $1.50 per pattern!