Friday, December 2, 2022

20 Ideas for Sewing Kids Holiday Clothes

 Today we are taking a look back at some outfits that our Project Run and Play designers have sewn over the years that might inspire your holiday sewing!

Click on the pictures to get the details on each outfit!

Abigail of The Sewn Edge made meaningful and adorable Christmas ensembles for her children. I bet they had a lot of fun with the crowns!




Irene from Froo and Boo made memories and a beautiful outfit for the Winter Wonderland challenge.



Another adorable ensemble from that week was created by Ashley and Emily from Frances Suzanne. This vintage style is so precious!!!




The very first week of Project Run and Play competition also had a Winter Wonderland theme! They are all amazing so you should definitely check it out! Kelly of Sewing in No Man's Land created this sweet ruffled set.



Do you prefer dressy looks for your kids' holiday outfits? In Season 3, Jessica of Running with Scissors was inspired by 1940s fashion when designing these elegant outfits!



For Boys' Week in Season 6 Shannon from Little Kids Grow sewed a very stylish boy outfit- and that hat!!!




Sherri from Mami de Sofiona sewed this stunning dress (plus a coat!) You definitely want to go see that!



This fur trimmed plaid coat is amazing!!! Griet from Emma en Mona sewed this classy ensemble.




During the Handmade Holidays series, Kat of Sew Chibi made this adorable Umaru shirt!



Ajaire made the cutest matching sister PJs with the Nini Noni Nightwear pattern!



Melissa from Rebel & Malice sewed this very cozy Infinite A-Line Dress!



Jenn of A Jennuine Life sewed a faux fur Puffin Vest and coordinating Janie Dress!



The buffalo plaid week from season 14 has lots of ideas if you prefer that theme for Christmas.

Elizabeth from The College Seamstress sewed a cozy lumberjack style outfit for her brother.



Look at these pretty dresses made by Bonnie from Bonnie and Blithe! You can even get the Infinite A-Line Dress pattern in the Project Run and Play shop!





Maybe you prefer to sew Christmas PJs for your kids? Well we have you covered for that too! Project Run and Play has hosted several "pajama parties" with our designers using Project Run and Play shop patterns!

Lindsay of PACountryCrafts sewed these pajamas for her daughters and they got A LOT of wear in 2020! ;) They are still worn all the time to this day even if some had to be handed down. She used the Indigo Dress, Aurora Top, Rocky Shore Tights, and Pudding Pants.



Christmas pajamas don't have to be red and green! Ari of Max California did hers in pastels! She used the Rita Dress and Natsu Shorties patterns to create these fantastic party sets.



These look so cozy!!! Miranda of Inspinration sewed these awesome sets for her kids! She used the Cicero Jacket, and the Turnip Up Trousers patterns to create theses pajamas. 



PILLOW FIGHT!!! Jess from Lil Luxe Collection used adorable nutcracker fabric on her girls' PJs. She used used the Aster Cardigan and Metro Pants and Shorts patterns.



Mommy and Me Pajamas! Yes, please!!!! Kimberly from Straight Stitch Designs did such a great job on these! She used the Seed pattern.




Finally, we have these adorable nightgowns sewn by Audrey of Skirt Fixation using the Aurora Raglan.



Speaking of pajamas... you will want to come back next week to see what we are releasing next! ;)
Wednesday, November 30, 2022

A Look Back at Project Happy Holidays

 Last year we released Project Happy Holidays and it is definitely worth taking a look back at this festive designer collaboration!


These are just a few of the Idea Pins from the blog tour:


Be sure to follow us on Pinterest for more inspiration!

You can get the entire Project Happy Holidays pattern collection in the Project Run and Play shop!
Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Sewist Shopping Guide

 'Tis the season to be shopping! If you are looking for some Christmas gift ideas for your sewing friends or want to add a few more things to your wish list, we have you covered!

Gift Ideas for Seamstresses

This pincushion is absolutely adorable!!

If you want something more practical this magnetic pincushion is very convenient.

Scissors can be cute too!

This is such a clever way to hold machine sewing needles that you want to use again later.

This iron is so handy too!

For travel sewing this case has so many storage options. I think the hardest part is choosing a color!

After all of that sewing a little pampering will be nice!

How about some sewing accessories?


This t-shirt is fun!

The handle on this mug is hilarious!

Finally, I don't know how I missed this last year, but this Hallmark ornament is perfect!

As always, you can visit our Amazon shop to see our curated shopping guides perfect for any season!