This free printable is from 123homeschool4me. Great blogs such as this one are a great tool for teachers, educators and parents! This is a PDF Download but you can easily convert each page to JPG by using your computers snipping tool and capturing the entire page.
Once you have the pages you can upload them to cricut. Erase all the white (except the letters) and save as a print and cut image. Next insert the image back on the cutting board and hit the flashing C. Laminate if necessary.
The pattern should be used for draping and generally idea purposes.
How to get the perfect size:
Create a mold of your child using duck tape. Be responsible – do not put on the skin – only add to a fitted shirt.
Use the pattern above as a pictorial guide to creating the dress.
Create a Paper Pattern
First create the pattern with paper such as this (this is not the pattern for the dress, just an idea of how to use paper)
Click the photo to be directed to the link provided. Or use as a guide for similar fabric at your local craft store
As you can see in the photo the top/ dress has 3 layers added to a long basic top. Use a fabric for the top and middle layer. Then use the other two as the top ruffle and bottom ruffle.
Take these cards along with you and teach your child some Spanish words! These cards are super cute!
I am so taking this little bag to church with my 20 month old son. It is so adorable! I have patterns for everything here! It’s not in English but if you open google translate app it can do photos.
TIP: If you don’t feel like printing these out because of sizing issues. Zoom in your computer screen and trace onto parchment paper the pattern you need.
Learn to make this pasta. Mix it up and make it multicolored! Cute idea. Free tutorial here.