Linky Thursday

Get your kids to carry their own towel to the beachpool and wear it home with this fun Hooded Beach Towel Backpack.

What’s better than a cute box tote? Making it reversible so it’s two bags in one!

Did you see my latest tutorial at WeAllSew? Don’t miss the instructions to make your own Double Oven Mitts!

I don’t normally decorate for the 4th of July, but I’m thinking that I definitely needing a Chevron Flag Pillow Cover.

I’m not just attracted to the stripes on this top, but I love the style as well (you may need to translate for the full instructions).

Pillowcase dresses are not just for little girls any more.

Let your little one’s tooth sail away with this tooth fairy pillow.

Perfect for holiday photos or just getting your little girl dressed for the 4th of July – The Star Spangled Skort.

Love the idea of 30 days of sundresses? Your (grand)daughter can participate too – start off by sewing this adorable sewVery Sunny Dress.

Make your little one a cute new romper (currently for 6 mo. sizing). Looking for a knit romper with a bit more size range? This free pattern goes up 12 months.

Sewing a skirt couldn’t be easier. This tutorial shows you how… without a pattern!

Turn your free Colette Pattern’s Sobretto tank into a stylish top with this tutorial and free sleeve pattern.

Sign up for The Pattern Studio’s mailing list and you’ll receive a free skirt pattern.

This swimsuit cover up is just for girls (but I secretly want one for me).