On top of that, it doesn't really have any surprises or twists or ups-and-downs. Bundle Up For Her. Toys can't talk or could they? Use the pattern to make baby gifts, for pjs, for church pants, for yourself!
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This was back when TV would show the pictures that were in the book, and a narrator would read what was on that page. I'd sit Indian style in front of the TV, and just watch it. Maybe it was on Mr. Jun 07, Rossy rated it it was amazing Shelves: I think I've found a new favorite book. What is this stuff falling from my eyes? My heart breaks and melts for stuffed animals and dolls, "You must be a friend". My heart can't take this. Jun 01, Nevena rated it it was amazing.
I accidentally ran into this book on the goodreads homepage and it brought the tears of joy to my eyes! This was probably my favorite picture book when I was a child! Since it's in English, my mother had to read it to me because I didn't learn English until I was It had the most beautiful pictures ever, and the story was so beautiful.
During the recent house cleaning I re-discovered this book again, and I read it on my own, probably for the first time in my whole life! I have put it safe and s I accidentally ran into this book on the goodreads homepage and it brought the tears of joy to my eyes!
I have put it safe and sound on my book shelf, where it will stay until I have children or nephews of my own to read this wonderful book to. Nice, warm and fun. Nov 08, Cindi rated it really liked it Shelves: A classic sweet tale of a little bear that finds a home in a little girl's heart.
Jan 23, Whole And rated it it was amazing Shelves: Lisa reappears and buys Corduroy anyway, loving him whole, despite his missing button. The button will only make life a little easier for him. I feel this message is so important, for parents to love themselves as they are and extend a wholistic love to their children, particularly in a world where we are inundated with messages attempting to convince us that we are deficient and marketing that sells us things to fill the hole.
A second empowering message in this wonderful book is the concept of home. May 05, Asha rated it it was amazing. Sep 14, Theresa Marsala rated it really liked it. Another classic children's story that I have never read before.
Even though there is a cute little adventure that Corduroy goes on through the dept. Feb 20, Crystal Marcos rated it really liked it. Corduroy has an wholesome, old time feel to it. My toddler daughter and I enjoyed reading this together.
I liked seeing things happening through Corduroy's eyes. I was rooting for the little guy to find a home and for someone to look past the fact that he wasn't in perfectly new shape.
If we owned this one, I could see my daughter requesting it over and over. Jan 06, Candice rated it it was amazing. My mother raised me on Corduroy and now I am continuing tradition with my little one. This book will absolutely always have a special place in my heart. Apr 13, Stacy rated it really liked it.
Corduroy bear is on the search for a missing button that has come off his clothes. He finds one that he thinks is it, but it is attached to a mattress where he lives in the department store.
He has always wanted to live in a home, and in the end gets his wish. Oct 04, Gillian Brownlee rated it it was amazing Shelves: One of my all time favorites as a kid. Also one of the reasons I can't get rid of stuffed animals, but I also blame Toy Story for that. View all 4 comments. Read at Storytime on June 13th Theme: Classic Stories This was the first pick for Storytime to begin our reading. The kids love Corduroy and his adventure to find his missing button. There might have been some sighs of happiness at the end when he finds a home with Lisa.
Aug 10, Matthew rated it it was amazing Shelves: To check out my reviews: Reading now th To check out my reviews: Reading now the story of Corduroy I realized that I have never read it and this book I am afraid is meant for Christmas. I enjoyed the story and figured this would be 5 star material for me but I would have been captured into the story if it were read in the Holidays.
Can I just mention that the ending felt less Toy Story and more Chucky? We meet a bear named Corduroy who has a missing button and no one wants to buy him. Then one day he meets this girl and she desperately wants him but her mother refuses to buy the bear because they don't have anymore money for toys and besides it has a missing button.
When the bear overhears this statement, Corduroy decides that he is going to fix his button so that way he can find a new home to appreciate it. Corduroy goes through a journey throughout the department store and in end fails to fix his problem but luckily the girl came the next day and finally bought the bear.
When there's no humans around, the toys and Corduroy talk exactly like Toy Story and I thought that applied to the ending. But the girl fixes his button and when they hug she mentions how great it is to have a friend and the bear responds.
I do not know about you but if a toy stuffed bear started talking I would scream because that's not what's supposed to happen. Toys can't talk or could they? Growing up I always thought toys talked to each other thanks to Toy Story and I always tried to sneak up to my room and capture them in the act but always failed. That ending gave me the creepy Chucky vibe and I hope it's because I'm older and the general consensus for children.
The illustrations are great and I wished they had discontinued this series after the author had passed away because he only wrote two Corduroy books in total and when I saw that long list I got upset because you ruined the whole point of publishing a classic children's book. Hopefully the sequel is as good as the original! Dec 12, Malina Skrobosinski rated it it was amazing Shelves: This was my favorite book as a very young child.
Feb 23, Natasha rated it did not like it. I dont usually review my son's books but this one in particular really knaws at me for some reason. It has consistently been in the Must Read book list for children since its publication in late s.
Although they say the book is about a teddy bear having an adventure and finding a home but when reading the book it seemed to me that the whole theme revolved around consumerism. The little teddy in green overalls lives at a department store waiting for someone to buy him. This is great practice. Just made my first pair of pajama bottoms using this as a guide. Thank you so much!! I tried the knee pad and pocket and it looks great!
Shorts for me and another pair for him when he goes down ;. Thanks so much for this wonderful tutorial and pattern! I want to add my thanks to this list! I am an absolute beginner and made these in a few hours! I love the way you style your son.
The bright colors look so cute with the black and white seersucker. Especially the green shoes. Thank you SO much! I have twin 3year old boys that are in between sizes right now. Thanks for sharing this. I love it and want to make these for myself and my 5 year old son.
He wears 4T and some 5Ts. Do you recommend I add width and length to your pdf pattern, use your tutorial or use his existing fitting pants for a pattern. I love all the things you make! Fantastic pattern and tutorial. Made a fabulous pair of purple cords for my 20month old. They look super funky and very comfy!
Thanks so much for the pattern! Thank you for this tutorial! It helps me a lot that you captured each step visually and up close! Thanks for this fabulous tutorial! They look just fabulous and I have to try and make them. Thank you so much for this tutorial. Dana, thanks for the pattern and tutorial — my 17month twins are quite opposite in build, one is a chunk and the other is a beanpole. I knew I would probably have to make some adjustments, but these fit like a skinny on my little man.
What are the finished waist measurements on your pants? I adapted the pattern and made two more pair that seem like they will work great, a relaxed fit with room to grow on my chunk, I just feel I must have done something wrong on the pattern originally. Thank you for this pattern! I have made several pair of pants for my tall 2 year year old!
I have never made clothing before so your tutorial made it very easy! I am very proud of the finished product and they look so cute! Today I made him some denim pants using the flat front pattern. The waist band was very simple to do and looks very nice! Thank you for your lovely blog! Have made several pairs of these and the shorts….
My daughter and grandsons love them. I make them from old t-shirts and they make fantastic play-in-the-dirt clothes or jammies.
LOVE your site and all the tutorials…seriously love them. I was also wondering whether the seam allowance was included in the pattern I assumed so — but just made a pair of these and whoa, are they little! No way these will fit my 22 month old!
Please could you tell us what the dimensions of the pattern should be when all taped together? Hi Dana, thank you! Hi Dana, Thank you so much for sharing with us all your wonderful ideas! Could you share with us how you took the measurements and created the pattern? I have made many items that have been unwearable! Then I found this site.
I made 2 pair of pants for my kids yesterday and they can wear both!! I even made my own pattern. Love it, so much easier for me. Thanks for the great site! Thanks so much for this tutorial and pattern. We just adopted a 2 yr old. He is tall forhis age but underweight. He has been impossible to fit.
With only minor adjustments these are perfect! I am so excited to finally have pants that fit him and I even made them! I just made these for my son and wanted to share how I finish the seams without a serger: Second, turn RIGHT sides together and press the seam flat either with an iron or just your thumbs and sew.
This way, the ragged edge is enclosed within the seam and it makes for a beautiful finished product, both inside and out.
Plus, kids are so hard on their things, a reinforced seam is never a bad idea! Loved your tutorial so much! I referred my readers to this when doing a tutorial on using old Turtlenecks to make toddler yoga pants — http: Thank you for the wonderful tutorials! Made this pants four times! Just started sewing and patterns make me crazy!! Your instructions are easy to fallow and seem logical to me: Thank you for this great tutorial!
She will have some really cool pirate pants this Halloween thanks to this tutorial. So proud of myself for completing it now on to the vest. Thanks so much for sharing them. I especially appreciated the bit you put in about if you make it too tight or too loose. Do you know where I can buy this fabric online? Or the same fabric but different print on it. They both turned out great and were so easy thanks to the great tutorials.
I thought the flat front pants and the pockets would be hard — but were not at all! I practice elimination communication infant pottying with my baby and wanted to make some pairs of pants with undies built in so they both come down together at potty time. I was so relieved to find these instructions! Thanks so much for making your pattern available.
Just wondering where you got the tags to insert in the waistband back and side seam. This tutorial saved me from pulling out my hair and throwing my sewing machine out the window! I was sewing pants from a pattern, but the instructions were terribly unclear.
Your pictures and directions made it so much easier. So excited to find some cool fabrics…! Just have a question how do you know when its back and front when tracing the pants? Thanks for the pattern and detailed instructions. Your instructions were so helpful—thanks again!
My son will be a year old in 5days time and I have been trying to make him a pair of pants but I never got it right until I came across your tutorial. Thank you so so much. What a great tutorial! I am teaching myself to sew and used it to make my twin girls each a pair of pants. It was very easy to follow and I now have plans to make a few pairs for my son. I do have a quick question. I cut out the pattern exactly, but when I sew the pieces together, around the waist, the 4 corners do not all match-up.
Thank you for all your amazing ideas. I just ordered some of the oil cloth you used in your kitchen. Looking forward to making a splash with some grocery bags! Ti ringrazio, con i tuoi consigli ho iniziato a fare pantaloni per i miei figli, che sono molto magri, bellissimi e su misura! I love your site!!!!!! This was exactly what I needed! I also am working on a wolf tie, sooooo I can have a whole set!
Just made a pair of these for my three-year-old daughter, and they are awesome! These were my first pair of pants, and they were very easy to make. They were just a bit long for her, but instead of shortening them, I just sewed a wide hem so I can let them down as she grows. Thank you so much for this great pattern and tutorial. I love your kids pants tutorials, and have used them many times for both of my kids!
I just linked the tutorial to my blog so my friends could take a look too. Gracias por el tutorial, he hecho el molde tal cual sale de la impresora y solo tuve que cortarle el largo, quedo perfecto! Voy a probar tus otros tutoriales que seguro salen tan bien como este. Saludos desde Argentina Vanesa. Just place the pattern pieces on the pillowcase, trace around them, pin the 2 layers together in a few places, and cut.
There is not enough fabric to make pockets, but you can use fun novelty fabric for those and you only need a tiny bit! Pillowcases and sheets are easy to sew with, launder well, and come in so many interesting colors and patterns, especially if you only need one.
OMG, Dana, thank you! I was so afraid of sewing, but always dreamed of creating clothes. Some months ago I finally purchased Janome sewing machine and then found this magnificent tutorial. So proud of myself! Thanks for sharing this! My son was in need of pants and I sewed 3 pairs for him using the pattern and tutorial. These were so quick and fun to make and they look great on my 2 year old. Thanks so much for sharing your talents.
I have made a few pairs in fleece to help my 3 year old through our freezing English winter. My son loves choosing the colours and watching them come together, we add motifs to the pockets and contrast stitching.
I feel a pair in linen coming on for the summer! Thanks for the ideas, please keep them coming! Page 1 line is narrower. Am I doing something wrong?
Dear Dana, I just wanted to thankyou so very much. I consulted your tutorial so many times, checking everything so carefully, and was amazed at how well they turned out. Many thanks, and major appreciation. I will soon start on his summer wardrobe of shorts and also make some for his cousin! Everybody said it, but, again, thank you so much for your tutorial! I made of pair of these pants and 2 of shorts for my almost 2 years old boy, and it fits wonderfully. I chose to add eyelets on the flat fronts, so that I can adjust the size, and a reverse hem for the long legs.
Anyway, thank you thank you thank you! Feel free to have a look at it: Do you have any thoughts on making these in a knit fabric?
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