Summer Camp is all about creativity and having fun, for kids of all ages. Today I want to share insights with you about some really cute patterns from Patrick Lose Studios, that are great for teaching kids to sew.
Patrick Lose has designs just packed with #CreativeGoodness that are fun to make and decorate your home with, or give as a gift. He is an artist and illustrator and prolific designer.
Today, I want to share two designs that I think make for great #KidFriendlyProjects that would make for fun creative summer activities, as well as his beautiful fabric lines would be great for endless possibilities of projects. At a minimum, consider teaching a kid to sew using Patrick’s fabric to make a pillow.
Patrick has designed beautiful fabrics for Timeless Treasures, Robert Kaufman Fabrics, Moda Fabrics, but he currently designs fabrics only for RJR Fabrics. He frequently works with brilliant fabric and cheerful designs with a whimsical nature. Today I want to showcase a few of Patrick’s designs and some of his fabric, which I think would make for fun and creative projects for kids, or any adult that wants to work with a kid to encourage them to be creative.
This beautiful Tropical Table Topper is a fun and fast applique design that certainly welcomes in summertime:
And these Patriotic Placemats,are perfect anytime of the year, but definitely would make for a beautifully decorated table to celebrate the 4th of July.
Patrick has many fabric collections that are currently on the market. Three that caught my attention for #kidfriendlyprojects are: Lily’s Garden, Beggar’s Bounty, and Lovebirds. You should be able to find his fabric in your favorite quilt shops, but if you do not kindly let them know you are interested. RJR Fabrics also has an online Fabric Finder tool to help you find what stores carry various lines of their beautiful fabrics.
No matter how you look at it, sewing a project using a design by Patrick Lose will certainly make for great summer fun. But teaching a kid to sew is even more fun using his designs and/or Fabric.
I hope you are inspired to help teach a kid to sew this summer with a design and fabric by Patrick Lose.
Want to know how to join #SummerCamp?
Everyone is welcome to join #SummerCamp, but there have been a few changes due to lack of participation. To clarify, we’d love to have you participate but we no longer have a linky party to join, nor will there be prizes awarded at the end of this event. Participants are asked to share what they create on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram and use the Hashtag #SummerCamp.
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