Wild Things to Sew and Wear
Sew something a little wild for your little one!
This collection of 15 animal-themed garments and accessories by Little Goodall designer Molly Goodall includes easy-to-follow print at home patterns to suit all skill levels, from beginner to advanced, and in a range of sizes. These are simple, bold, and playful clothes that your child won’t want to take off.
Follow step-by-step instructions to create adorable wearables in the shape of woodland animals, wild animals, and farm animals, including a lion coat, an owl hat, a leopard skirt, kitten mittens, and more. The comprehensive techniques section shows you how to lay out the pattern pieces on the fabric, transfer markings, and cut with confidence. A combination of classic tailoring techniques mixed with contemporary styling makes for timeless garments sure to be treasured for years.
A pattern CD is included from which you can print the patterns on your home printer in children's sizes from 12 months to 6 years.
NOTE: If you would like Molly to sign your book, please mention it in the notes section of the order with whatever you would like for it to say.
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This is the most amazing book for those who sew, or moms who want something unique and cool for their little wild thing.
Your creations are absolutely adorable. I would love to buy every coat, hat, dress, etc for my niece. Thank you so much for creating this pattern book. My mom is thrilled to be able to make such charming clothes for her granddaughter.
Great book with very cool patterns. I just started with the elephant shirt for my son and the pattern and directions are a breeze to work with. Can't wait to make the lion coat for him for winter.
I have admired this pattern for a while! I hope to use some more of the patterns in the future. I actually decided to change the fabric for this: I used felt and glue. I also didn't do the hood.
The pattern was easy to assemble but a bit different to what I'm used to. The borders of the pages didn't have lines to cut on (which isn't a big deal). Also the grid is 3/4 of an inch where it is normally 1 inch.
I found it a chore to figure out how much fabric I needed. I had to count the squares on the pattern, then multiply those by 3/4 to find the area of each piece. There's a general fabric amount listed but since the felt came in a different length and is more expensive, I wanted to calculate more exactly.
The cape is super cute and I love the side button detail. Thanks so much for this pattern and the book!
So awesome!!!! I can't wait to make the dairy maid dress!!!!