Saturday, April 9, 2011

Twirl Skorts and Ruffles and Board Shorts, oh my!

So much new in the Tie Dye Diva etsy shop this month!

First came the Miss Muffet Twirl Skirt pattern with (or without) Built In Bloomers. Monkey bar hangers everywhere, rejoice, Tie Dye Diva patterns has you covered! Look at the cute one my wonderful tester, Nicole of Cole's Creations, sewed up! So cute I had to put it on the cover. 
This skirt-with-bloomers sewing pattern is better than a traditional skort or scooter pattern, because the elasticated bloomer bottoms prevent leg-hole peeks too. No "I see London, I see France!" Sizes 2-8.

Then, at long last, a PDF sewing pattern just for the boys - Way Cool Shorts pattern! Learn to how to sew shorts with a mock fly and how to make flap-closure cargo pockets that really expand. Even the boy who thought he no longer wanted to wear what you sew will love them! This downloadable shorts sewing pattern is sized and fitted for toddlers and boys sizes 2-8, but girls love them also, so a pouch pocket style is included for her too.

(Don't you love all these photos from A Hope and a Wish Photography? Wait till you see what's next!)

Vintage styling and tons of ruffles make the Ruffled Bubble Romper pattern irresistible, and that darling little model helps quite a bit too! Reminiscent of a vintage baby sunsuit pattern, with modern and professional details like a fully-lined front and halter-style back designed to make a big full bow. Sizes 2-6, with baby sizes on the way. Come "like" the Tie Dye Diva Patterns fan page on Facebook and be the first to know when the baby-sized pattern is available.


Dealsbyjason said...

Do you have an email address you give out? My wife just made rompers for our daughters, and would like to send a picture to you.

Tie Dye Diva said...

Hi Jason! I'd love to see the pictures, thanks for hunting me down! My email address is at the end of every pattern book, page 13 of the romper pattern. Or you can post to the Tie Dye Diva Patterns Facebook fan page at

Just checked out your blog, love it! Can you help me figure out how to do a Contact Me form the way you did?