Monday, July 1, 2013

Christmas In July Blitz!

HoHoHo! Merry Christmas! As the sweat pours down and temperatures continue to rise for those of us in the northern hemisphere it's time for us to keep busy inside, getting a jumpstart on those Christmas plans. To help you in your endeavors, the delightful PatternPatter team is having a blitz today. You can see all the new listings in this thread, which also includes a list of shops offering sales. So what are we offering?
Things to keep kids busy!

Vintage Christmas Sew and Stuff Ornaments, Christmas Decor, Santas Helpers, Fabric Animals to Stuff, Fabric Tree Ornaments, Holiday Decor
 PrePrinted Fabric panels like these are great for getting kids involved since the cutting
and sewing lines are already printed. From Sew Betty and Dot
Christmas Rocking Horse Placemat Fabric Panel Cranston Print Works Fabric Destash
Placemats for the Christmas table or make them seat mats for the kids to sit on around the tree
Christmas morning. From EmSewCrazy
Christmas Ornaments Santa Claus Candy Cane Stocking Fireplace Counted Thread Cross Stitch Kit NMI Needlemagic
Keep those nimble fingers busy!

Things to keep you warm!
baby BUNTING infant snuggly suit hat VERY EASY Butterick 5091 pattern
Sweet Baby Bunting
Vintage 1960's Mod Poncho, Pants and Mini Skirt, McCall's Sewing Pattern 8476, Size 14
For those who deal with more rain than snow.
1960 Slim Straight Slacks with Reversible Coat with Convertible Hood Vogue 5120 Size 16 Bust 36 UNCUT
Something more along the lines of what I need to wear in winter.
1970s Boys Pajamas Pattern Kwik Sew 450 Vintage Sewing Pattern Ages 4-5-6
For Staying In
Girls Formal Princess Dress & Jacket Pattern Vogue 7503 UNCUT Size 7 8 10
For Going Out
Vintage 1960s Sewing Pattern Misses Dress Full or Slim Skirt  Front Yoke Size 12 Bust 32 McCalls 5811 UNCUT
For Whatever You May Be About
Where ever you are, I hope you are having a wonderful day! See ya around!

3 comments:

  1. I love those patterns - so cute!

    Hurray for Christmas in July! :-)

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  2. A cute blog post, Emily! Thanks!

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  3. Love these patterns - especially the feety pajamas!

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