The Sienna Dress 2.0 Pattern

The Lil Blue Boo Sienna Dress 2.0 PDF Sewing Pattern and Tutorial is here via

Introducing….The Sienna Dress 2.0 ePattern! This is a staple of the Lil Blue Boo clothing line! A versatile year-round dress great for layering or wearing alone. This pattern is great for recycling old t-shirts and making themed dresses. Make sure to check out all the a la carte “add on” options as they are added in the shop to customize your dress into different styles!

What makes this dress different from the original Sienna Dress? Besides a wider range of sizes, The Sienna Dress 2.0 is an improved pattern with a better neck and skirt option. It also shows you how to add trim to the short sleeves. The Sienna Dress 2.0 is divided into two patterns, one for sizes 6M to 4T and one for sizes 5 to 14 Years.


The Sienna Dress 2.0 PDF Sewing Pattern and Tutorial Sizes 6M to 4T via

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Sewing Pattern Sale

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New Spring PDF Sewing Patterns are coming! To celebrate please take 20% off ALL current sewing patterns at Lil Blue Boo Digital! This includes all of our contributor patterns. We have patterns for almost anything: clothing for girls, boys and women, hair accessories, rag dolls and doll clothing, even an adorable tent. Some of the new contributor patterns we are excited about:


Great selection of patterns for boys and girls from Blank Slate Patterns.

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A Patchwork Tent (A Tutorial)

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For this tent I knew I wanted a quilted patchwork look, but I just don’t have the patience to make a perfect patchwork pattern. Instead, I started with large pieces fabric to make the sewing and measuring part easy and then cut them down into smaller strips after they were sewn together. The wooden A-frame part of the tent was made in a similar fashion to the one from Cakies, so instead of reinventing the wheel you can click here for full frame tutorial.


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To make the outside patchwork for this tent I used various fabrics including many vintage items that were from my mother’s fabric stash. First, I cut most of the fabric into large pieces making sure the widths were the same…approximately 16″.  The length measurements varied randomly from 6″ to 25″.

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