Baby Items

Personalize Embroidery Baby chemise – Sold by the dozen in a variety of Colors And personalized with your embroidery Baby Name ETC.

 

Personalized Embroidery Baby Bib

Sold by the dozen, And personalized with your Baby name ETC.

The fascination which tiny tots have for cartoons is well known to one and all. This is why buying stuff patterned with his favorite cartoon for your baby will be a smart step.

Our merchandise includes a number a baby items with lovable embroidery – the sight of which will be pleasing for the babies and the grown-ups alike. The young ones have a faculty of imagination which is infinitely stronger than ours, and hence living up to their expectations is not an easy deal.

However, our creative team ensures that it comes up with designs which sooth a child’s eye, and therefore we take immense pride in our baby collection.

Intelligent embroidery for babies can serve a number of purposes other than living up to a baby’s fancy. For example, parents can teach their kids identifying colors by pointing out to the bands of hues present on a blanket or a bed-sheet. We keep such considerations in mind when designing our stuff, and therefore you must go for our embroidered baby items without second thoughts.

Be it frocks, handkerchiefs, blankets, bloomers, pillows or any other textile product you may need for your baby, we make it all available, thus sparing you the hassle of hunting for each one of them at different places.

How to take Dress measurement

How to take Dress measurement

how-to-take-measurments

5– Across BackMeasure across the back, at the top from one arm to the other arm. 6 – Across ChestMeasure across the chest, at the top from one arm to the other arm. 7 – Across Shoulder Measure from one shoulder point to the other, extend the tape measure straight across your shoulder as shown in the image. 8 – Arm BicepAround bicep at the fullest part of the arm. Take a close measurement around the fattest part of your hand.

 

1-      Shoulder to Waist  Front

 

Measure from the center of the shoulder to your natural  waistline to the front

 

2 – Shoulder to Waist Back

 

 

Measure from the center of the shoulder to your natural  waistline at the back

 

3 – Center Front Measure from base of neck to the natural waistline 4 – Bust Measure around the fullest part of the bust right around the back, full circle.

 

 

9- Arm  CircumferenceTake a loose Measurement around The arm just the way you need your sleeve to fit. 10 – Sleeve Length Measure from the top of your Arm cap to desired Sleeve length 11- Shoulder Seam Measure from neckline to the end of shoulder blade 12- Waist Take a Fairly loose and comfortable measurement around the natural waist
12 – HipTake a Fairly loose and comfortable measurement around the Hip

 

14 – Widest Hip Take this measurement around the fattest part of your bottom

 

 

15 – Waist to HipMeasure from your  waist to your hip- this measurement is between 7’’ and 10’’ depend on your height 16- Skirt Length Measure from your waist to desired

Skirt measurement

 

Please use the image diagram below to take measurements for your custom made skirts, enter this information in the custom fields when checking out.

Donna Karan Vogue Two Tone Dress

Donna Karan Vogue Two Tone Dress-1

MISSES’ DRESS: This Semi-fitted dress has partially lined yokes, seam detail, no side seams, side front pockets, front exposed zipper and top stitching. The dress is fully lined and can be sewn with Crepe, Linen or Taffeta fabric.

 

This dress can be Order from Pattern Making Seamstress

Price $120.00

 

Donna Karan Vogue Two Tone Dress-2

 

 

Kay Unger Black and White two tone dress

Kay Unger Black and White two tone dress-1

 

Black and white two tone dress, The dress is Close-fitting, fully  lined  (fitted through hips) with  yokes at the top, right front with tuck pleats, the dress back has princess seams to give it the perfect bodice fit along with  invisible zipper.

FABRICS: Crepe, Linen, Taffeta

This dress can be Order from Pattern Making Seamstress

Price $120.00

 

 

 

Ann Klein Red Dress

Ann Klein Red Dress-1A simple beautiful red dress from Ann Klein, the dress is fully lined and can be sew from Crepe or Linen Blends fabric.

The dress has a twisted upper front bodice design, semi-fitted bodice, front gather skirt, invisible back zipper and back lap pleat, the dress is fitted with Single Pointed Darts to the back.

This dress can be sewn in sizes small, Medium and large, person ordering this dress will need to send us full body measurements.

Order from Pattern Making Seamstress

Sew and ship from Jamaica

Price $80.00

Contact us for more information

In Style Seamstress

Jacquard dress- Sew by your Seamstress

In Style Seamstress-2

Elegant, feminine and perfect for the party season, the symmetric pleats that fall gently across the waist  cleverly designed to shape the most flattering silhouette. Make a memorable entrance by styling yours with neutral accessories and molten jewelry.

This dress can be sewn by your seamstress

Fully Lined, drop waistline with gathering

Fabric: Silk, Satin, Lace, Georgette ETC.

Price $150.00

Contact us for more detail

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CHRISTOPHER KANE – Printed silk-organza dress

Can be Sew by a seamstress

In Style Seamstress-1

Spliced with sheer chiffon panels, Christopher Kane’s feminine silk-organza dress is a typically cool blend of elegance and edge. Black brushstrokes and bright-blue flowers make a striking combination. Emphasize the full-skirted cut with sky-high heels.

This dress can be sewn by your seamstress

Fully Lined, drop waistline with gathering

Fabric: Silk, Satin, Lace, Georgette ETC.

Price $350.00

Contact us for more detail

Free knitting pattern- sweater mirror Image

 

Sizes

 

 

 

 

 

To fit:

P

S

M

L

XL

Finished:

38 in.

40 in.

42 in.

44 in.

46 in.

 

[97 cm]

[102 cm]

[107 cm]

[112 cm]

[117 cm]

Length from shoulder:

All sizes: 24 in. [61 cm]

 

All measurements are approximate.

 

MATERIALS REQUIRED: (as illustrated)

BOUQUET FROST

4 (4:4:4:4) * 50 g balls main Colour MC – Marble 2401

3(3:3:4:4) * 50 g balls contrast Colour CC – Procelain 2703

 

Free knitting pattern- sweater mirror Image-11 pair needles size 3.00 mm ( Canadian size 11, American size 3)

1 pair needles size 4.00 mm ( Canadian size 8, American size 6)

 

Or whatever size needles you require to achieve correct tension.

2 stitch holders

 

TENSION:

22 sts and 30 rows to 4 in, [10 cm], measured over stocking stitch using larger size needles.

TO SAVE TIME, TAKE TIME TO CHECK TENSION.

 BACK:

With smaller size needles and MC, cast on 94 (100:104:110:116) sts.

Work in K1, P1 rib for 4 in., [10 cm] inc 10 (10:12:12:10) sts

Evenly spaced across last back. 104 (110:118:122:126) sts.

Change to larger size needles and wor as follows:

Next row: With MC, K52 (55:58:61:63) sts; with CC,

K52 (55:58:61:63) sts.

Next row: With CC, P52 (55:58:61:63) sts; with MC, P52 (55:58:61:63) sts.

Continue in St st and colours as established in pervious rows until work measures 23 in., [58.5 cm] from beg, ending with right side facing fro next row.

 

SHAPE NECK:

NEXT ROW: K44 (45:47:49:49) sts. TURN.

Leave rem 60 (65:69:73:77) sts on a st holder.

Working on the 44 (45:47:49:49) sts, cast off 6 sts beg of next row for neck edge.

 Free knitting pattern- sweater mirror Image-2

Free knitting-sweater – Centre Stage

Centre Stage

Sizes:

 

 

 

 

 

 

To fit:

X-Petite

Petite

Small

Medium

Large

X-Large

Finished:

34 in.

36 in.

38 in

40 in.

42 in.

44 in.

 

[86 cm]

[92 cm]

[97 cm]

[102 cm]

[107 cm]

[112 cm]

Length from shoulder:

22 in.

22 in.

23 in.

23 in.

24 in.

24 in.

 

[56 cm]

[56 cm]

[58.5 cm]

[58.5 cm]

[61 cm]

[61 cm]

All measurements are approximate

 

 

Material required: (as illustrated)

Bouquet Frost

 

Free knitting-sweater – Centre Stage-16 (6:6:7:7:8) * 50g balls Honey 2307

1 pair needle size 3.25 mm (Canadian size 10, American Size 3)

1 pair needle size 4.00 mm (Canadian size 8, American Size 6)

Or whatever size needles you require to achieve correct tension.

1 cable needle

2 stitch holders

 

Tension:

22 sts and 30 rows to 4 in., [10 cm], measured over stocking stitch using larger size needles.

TO SAVE TIME, TAKE TIME TO CHECK TENSION.

 SPECIAL ABBREVIATIONS:

C4B – slip next 2sts to a cable needle, hold at back of work, knit next 2 sts, then knit 2 sts from cable needle.

C3B- slip next st to cable needle, hold at back of work, knit next 2 sts, then knit st from cable needle.

C3F – slip next 2sts to a cable needle, hold at front of work, knit next st, then knit 2 sts from cable needle.

T3B- slip next st to cable needle, hold at back of work, knit next 2 sts, then purl st from cable needle.

T3F- slip next 2sts to a cable needle, hold at front of work, purl next stitch, then knit 2 sts from cable needle.

BIG AND LITTLE CABLE: (Worked over 26 sts)

Row 1: (Right side) P11, C4B, P11

Row 2: K11, P4, K11

Row 3: P10, C3B, C3F, P10

Row 4: K10, P6, K10

Row 5: P9, C3B, K2, C3F, P9

Row 6: K9, P8, K9

Row 7: P8, T3B, C4B, T3F, P8

Row 8: K8, P2, K1, P4, K1, P2, K8

Row 9: P7, T3B, P1, K4, P1, T3F, P7

Row 10: K7, P2, K2, P4, K2, P2, K7

Row 11: P6, T3B, P2, C4B, P2, T3F, P6

Row 12: K6, P2, K3, P4, K3, P2, K6.

Row 13: P5, T3B, P3, K4, P3, T3F, P5

Row 14: K5, P2, K4, P4, K4, P2, K5

Row 15: P5, K2, P4, C4B, P4, K2, P5

Row 16: As row 14

Row 17: P5, T3F, P3, K4, P3, T3B, P5

Row 18: As row 12.

Row 19: P6, T3F, P2, C4B, P2, T3B, P6.

Row 20: As row 10.

Row 21: P7, T3F, P1, K4, P1, T3B, P7

Row 22:  As row 8

Row 23: P8, T3F, C4B, T3B, P8.

Row 24: As row 6.

Row 25: P9, T3F, K2, T3B, P9

Row 26: As row 4.

 Row 27: P10, T3F, T3B, P10.

Row 28: As row 2.

Rep rows 1 – 28 for cable pattern.

 

Back:

With smaller size needles, cast on 94 (98: 104: 110: 114: 112) sts.

Work in K1, P1 rib for 3 in., {7.5 cm], inc 1 stitch at centre of last row.

95 (99:105:111:115:123} sts.

Change to larger size needles and  work I patt as follows:

Row 1: (Right side) K1, (1:2:1:1:1), *P1, K3, rep from * to last 2 (2:3:2:2:2) sts,  P1, K1 (1:2:1:1:1)

Row 2: Purl

Row 3: K3 (3:4:3:3:3), P1, *K3, P1 rep from * to last 3 (3:4:3:3:3) sts, K3 (3:4:3:3:3)

Row 4: Purl.

Rep rows 1-4 until work measures 20 (20:21:21:22:22) in.,

[51 (51:53.5:53.5:56:56) cm] from beg, ending with right side facing for next row.

 

 

SHAPE NECK:

Next row: Patt 38 (40:42:45:46:50)sts, TURN.

Leave rem 57 ( 59:63:66:69:73) sts on a st holder.

*Working on the 38 ( 40:42:45:46:50) sts, cast  off  3 sts at beg of next row for neck edge.

Cast off 3 sts at neck edge every other row once.

Cast off 2 sts at neck edge every other row once.

Dec 1 stitch at neck edge every row 3 times.

Work even on rem 25 (27:29:32:33:37) sts until work measures

22 (22:23:23:24:24) in., [56 (56:58.5:58.5:61:61) 61 cm] from beg, ending with right side facing for next row.

Cast off.*

Rep from * to*.

 

FRONT:        

Work rib as given from back, inc on last row as follows:

Rib 30 (32:35:38:41:44),inc 6 (6:6:6:8:6) sts evenly spaced across next 34 ( 34:34:34:32:34) sts, rib to end.

100 (104:110:116:122:128)sts.

Change to larger size Needles ans establish patt as follows:

Row 1: (right side) K4 (2:1:4:3:2), [P1,K3] 6 (7:8:8:9:10) times,

P1 K1, P3, P4, work row 1 of cable over next 26 sts, K4, P3,

K1, P1 *[K3, P1] 6 (7:8:8:9:10) times, K4 (2:1:4:3:2).

Row 2: P30 (32:35:38:41:44), K3, P4, work row 2 of cable over

Next 26 sts, P4, K3, P30 (32:35:38:41:44).

Row 3: K6, (4:3:6:5:4), P1, [K3, P1] 5 (6:7:7:8:9) times,

K3, P3, C4B, work row 3 of cable over next 26 sts, C4B, P3, K3,

[P1, K3] 5(6:7:78:9) times, P1, K6 (4:3:6:5:4)

Row 4: P30 (32:35:38:41:44), K3,P4,  work row 4 of cable over next 26 sts. P4, K3,

P30 (32:35:38:41:44).

Work in patt as establish rep rows 1-4 on side panels as given above and working cable patt as establish over centre 26 sts, until work measures 13 ½ (13 ½ 14 ½ 14 ½ 15 ½ 15 ½ ) in.,

[34.5 (34.5: 37:37:39.5.39.5) cm] from beg, ending with right side facing for next row.

 

SHAPE NECK

Next row: Patt 47 (49:52:55:58:61) sts, work 2 sts tog for at neck edge. TURN.

Leave rem 51 (53:56:59:62:65) sts on a holder.

**Dec 1 stitch at neck edge every row 7 more times, then every other row 10 (10:11:11:13:12) times, then every foll 4th row 6 times.

Work even on rem 25 (27:29:32:33:37) sts until work measures same as back to shoulder, ending with right side facing for next row.

Cast off.**

Leave 2 sts on st holder for centre of V.

With right side facing, hoin yarn to rem 49 (51:54:57:60:63) sts.

Work 2 sts tog for dec at neck edge, patt to end of row.

Rep from ** to **.

 

NECKBAND:

Join right shoulder seam.

With right side facing and smaller size needles pick up and knit

161 (161:163:163:165:165) sts for neckband as follows:

55 sts down left slope of front neck: K2tog from st holder, mark this st as centre st. 55 sts up right slope of front neck; 19 (19:21:21:23:23)sts, dec 1 stistch at centre from st holder for centre back neck; 16 sts up left slope back neck.

Row 1: P1, K1, P1, rep from *to 2 st before centre st, K2tyog  tbl, P1( centre st), K2tog, P1, **K1, P1 rep from ** to end of row.

Row 2: Starting with K1, work in rib as established to 2 sts before centre st, P2tog, K1 (centre st), P2tog, tbl, rib to end as establish

Rep rows 1 and 2 for ¾ in., [2 cm]. ending with right side facing for next row. Cast off in rib.

 

ARMBANDS:

Join left shoulder and neckband seam. Mark armholes 8 (8:8 ½ :9:9 ½ :10) in.,

[20.5 (20.5:21.5:23:24:25.5) cm] to either side of shoulder seams.

With right side facing and smaller sixe needles, pick up and knit 96 (96:102:108:114:120) sts evenly between markers.

Work in K1, P1 rib for ¾ in., [2 cm], ending with right side facing for next row. Cast off in rib.

 

TO FINISH:

Join side and armband seams.

 

 

 Free knitting-sweater – Centre Stage-2

 

 

 

 

 

Diamond Drops Sweater

 

DIAMOND DROPS – Sweater

 

SIZES

 

 

 

 

 

 

To fit:

P

S

M

L

XL

XXL

Finish:

38 in.

40 in.

42 in.

44 in.

46 in.

48. ins

 

[97 cm]

[102 cm]             

[107 cm]

 

 

 

Length from shoulder

All sizes: 25in. in [63.cm5]

 

 

 

 

 

Length of Sleeve

17 ½ in.

17 ½ in.

18 in.

18 in.

18 1/2

 

 

[44.5 cm]

[ 45.5cm]

[46 cm]

[46 cm]

[47 cm]

[47 cm]

 All mea

surements are approximated.

 Material required: (as illustrated)

DIAMOND DROPS – Sweater-2Bouquet Frost

 9 (

10:10

:10:1

1:11:11) 

* 50g balls main colour MC – Crystal 2710

2 (2:2:2:2:2) * 50g balls Contrast Colour CC – Azure 2006

To substitute other suitable Bouquet yarns, see 19.

1 pair needle size 3.25 mm (Canadian size 10, American Size 3)

1 pair needle 

size 4.00 mm (Canadian size 8, American Size 6)

Or whatever size needles you require to achieve correct tension.

2 stitch holders

 Tension:

22 sts and 30 rows to 4 in., [10 cm], measured over stocking stitch using larger size needles.

TO SAVE TIME, TAKE TIME TO CHECK TENSION.

BACK:

With smaller size needles and CC, cast on

104 (112:116:120:128:132) sts

Work in K1, P1 rib for 1 in., [2.5 cm]

Row 1: (Wrong side) Knit.

Row 2: Purl

Rep rows 1 and 2, once

Next Row: Knit

Change to larger size needles and patt as follows:

Row 1: (right side) *with CC, K2; with MC, k1;with CC, K1,rep from * to the end of row.

Row 2: with MC, P1; with CC, P1, Rep from* to end of row.

Row 3: with MC, K1; with CC, K3, rep from* to end of row. 

Row 4: As row 2.

Rep rows 1 – 4, 5 more times.

With CC, Knit 1 row even.

Row 1: Knit

Row 2: Purl

Repeat row 1 and 2

Next row: Knit.

Break CC.

 Join MC and work in garter st (knit every row) until work measures 24 in., [61 cm], from beg, ending with right side facing for next row.

 SHAPE NECK:

Next row: K42 (46:47:49:52:54) sts. Turn.

Leave rem 62 (66:69:71:76:78)

Working on the 42 (46:47:49:52:54) sts, cast off 6 sts beg of next row for neck edge.

Cast off 5 sts at neck edge every other row once.

Cast off 4 sts at neck edge every other row once.

Work 2 rows even on rem27 (31:32:34:37:39) sts.

Cast off.

Leave rem 20 (20:22:22:24:24) sts on the st holder for center back neck.

With right side facing, join yarn to rem 42 (46:47:49:52:54) sts.

Rep from* to*.

Work 3 rows even on rem 27 (31:32:34:37:39) sts. Cast off.

 Front:

Work as given for back until work measure 22.in., [56 cm], frombeg, ending with side facing for next row.

 

SHAPE NECK:

Next Row: k43 (47:48:50:53:55) STS. TURN.

Leave rem 61 (65:68:70:75:77) sts on st holder

** working on the 43(47:48:50:53:55 :) sts, cast off 3 sts beg of next row for neck edge.

Cast off 3 sts at neck edge every other row once.

Cast off 2 sts at neck edge every other row 3 times.

Dec 1 stitch at neck edge every other row 4 times.

Work even on rem 27 (31:32:34:37:39) sts until work measures same as back to shoulder, ending with right side facing for next row.

Cast off**

Leave 18 (18:20:20:22:22) sts on the st holder for center front neck.

With right side facing, join yarn to rem 43 (47:48:50:53:55) sts.

Rep from **to**

 

SLEEVES:

With smaller size needles and CC, cast on 52 sts.

Row 1: (Wrong side) Knit

Row 2: Purl

Rep rows 1 and 2, once.

Next row: Knit

Change to larger size needles and work patt as follows:

Row 1: (Risgt side) With, CC, K2; with MC, K1; with CC, L1 rep from* to end of the row.

Row 2: * With MC, P1; with CC, P1, rep from *to end of row.

Row 3: * With MC, K1; with CC, K3, rep from *to end of row.

Row 4: As row 2.

Rep rows 1-4, 2 more times.

With CC, Knit 1 row even.

Row 1: Knit

Row 2: Purl

Rep rows 1 and 2, once.

Next Row: Knit.

Break CC. Join MC.

Knit with next row inc 10 sts evenly spaced. 62 sts.

Work in gater st, inc 1 stitch each end of needle every foll

4th row 20 (20:21:21:25:25) times, then every foll 6th row

4 (4:4:4:2:2) times.

Work even on the 110 (110:112:112:116:116) sts until work

Measures17 ½ : (17 ½: 18:18 ½:18 ½) in.,

[44.5 (44.5:46:46:47:47)cm] from beg, ending with right right side facing for next row.

Cast off.

 

NECKBAND: Join right shoulder seam.

With right side facing, smaller side needles and CC pick up and

Knit 112 (112:116:116:120:120) sts for neckband as follows:

20 sts down left slope of front neck;

18 (18:20:20:22:22) sts from st holder for centre front neck;

20 sts up right slope of front neck;

17 sts down right slope of back neck;

20 (20:22:22:24:24) sts from st holder to centre back neck;

17 sts up left slope of back neck

  Row 1: Knit

Row 2: Purl

Rep rows 1 and 2, onc more time.

Next Row: Knit.

Break CC.

Next Row: Join MC, Knit

Next Row: Purl

 Rep last 2 rows once more. Cast off.

 To Finish:

Join left shoulder and neckband seam.

Match centre of cast-off edges of sleeves to shoulder seams.

Pin cast-off edges (to full width) in position.

Sew in position.

Join side and sleeve seams.

DIAMOND DROPS - Sweater

DIAMOND DROPS – Sweater-1

Wavy Reflection- Sweater

Wavy Reflection- Sweater-1

Sizes

 

 

 

To Fit:

Small

Medium

Large

Finished:

36 in.

42 in.

48 in.

 

[92 cm]

[107 cm]

[102 cm]

Length from shoulder

26 in.

26 in.

26 in.

 

[63 cm]

[63 cm]

[63 cm]

Length of sleeve

15 in.

15 in.

15 in.

 

[38 cm]

[38 cm

[38 cm

 

All measurements are approximated.

 Material required: (as illustrated)

Bouquet Frost

 9 (10:11) * 50g balls Main colour (MC) – Orchid 2679

2 (2:2) * 50g balls contrast Colour (CC) – Porcelain 2703

To substitute other suitable Bouquet yarns, see 19.

 Tension:

20 sts and 29 rows to 4 in., [10 cm], measured over stocking stitch using larger size needles.

TO SAVE TIME, TAKE TIME TO CHECK TENSION.

 BACK AND FRONT: (Alike)

With smaller size needles and MC, cast on 90 (106: 122) sts.

Work In K1, P1 rib for 3 in., [7.5 cm], inc 18 (20: 22) sts evenly spaced across last row.     108 (126: 144)sts.

 Change to larger size needles and patt as follows:

Note: Carry MC evenly up right-hand side of work. Join and break CC as indicated.

Row 1: (Right side) MC – knit

Row 2: Purl

Row3: [K2tog] 3 times, [yon, K1] 6 times [K2tog] 3 times, rep from to end row.

Row4: Knit

 Rep rows 1-4, 4 more times.

Join CC, knit 2 rows.

With MC, knit 2 rows.

With CC, knit 2 rows.

Rep from**to**5 more times. Cast offs

 SLEEVES:

With smaller size needles and MC, cast on 42 (44: 46) sts.

Work inK1, P1 rib for 3 in., [7.5cm], inc 30 928: 26 sts evenly spaced across last row.        72 sts.

Change to larger size needles and work in patt as given for back, rep from ** to * 4 times.

AND AT THE SAME TIME

Inc 1 stitch each end of needle on 9th row, then foll 6th row 14 times.

Note: when taking inc sts into patt, on Row 3 of patt, knit inc sts at beg and end row.

Cast off the 102 sts.

 TO FINISH:

Join shoulder seams leaving 8 – 11 in., [20.5 – 28 cm] open for neck as desired.

Match center of cast- off edges of sleeves to shoulder seams.

Pin cast-off edges of sleeves (to full width) in position to either side of shoulder seams.

Sew in position.

Join side and sleeve seams

  

 

 Wavy Reflection- Sweater-2