Hi everyone! It’s Sara again from Made by Sara. Miranda and Diana already shared a lot of cuteness in their posts on animal faces and animal (faux) fur, and today I am sharing with you some ideas on how to add some lovely animal ears to your kids clothes and accessories!
The most obvious way to add ears to your kids clothes is to make it on hoods right? Right. But there are some other cute ways of adding ears!
1. Wolf ears hooded coat made by Girl Like The Sea, with tutorial;
2. Bear ears hood made by Boy, Oh Boy, Oh Boy Crafts, using a Japanese patttern from the book Happy Homemade: Sew Chic Kids;
4. Bunny butt pants made by Swoodson Says.
6. Panda raglan tee made by You and Mie, with tutorial;
7. Animal sleeves made by Suburbia Soup, with tutorial;
I just love accessories, both for my kids and for myself. They can add that special touch to a simple outfit and make our kids look like they are straight out from a high-end brand catalog. Not to say that every kid loves animals and would certainly be jumping up and down with excitement when given the chance to go to school with any of these options. (And who can blame them really?)
1. Faux Fur Hood made by Lemom Squeezy Home, with free pattern;
2. Animal Head wraps made by The House That Lars Built, with free pattern to make lots of different animals;
3. Bunny Ear Headbands made by Twirling Betty, with tutorial;
4. Eared Hat made by Glitter and Wit, self-drafted;
5. Hooded animal scarves made by Friends Stitched Together, with tutorial;
6. Bunny toddler backpack made by Sew Much Ado, with free pattern.
Some of the options above require you to use your crafty juices and draft your own ear add-on, but for those who don’t feel so adventurous there are some PDF patterns that already have animal ears so all you need to do is follow the pattern and instructions and you will be able to make something fun!
1. Animal Ears Fleece Hat pattern by Tie Dye Diva;
I can’t wait for Kids Clothes Week! It’s less than two weeks from today! (Yay!) I already have (too) many projects piling up on my cutting table, inspired by all these KCW contributor’s posts. I only wish days could have 48 hours on that week… I am always a bit ambitious on every KCW (and I bet I am not the only one, right?), so let’s see what I can come up with this season.
What are your plans for this KCW? Are you already choosing fabrics and printing patterns?