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“Very easy and clear instructions and pattern pieces! Something different and super cute for my daughter!”
Sew your own fun and comfy Tunic! This pattern includes sizes 9 months to size 14. It is a favorite around here. It looks especially cute over leggings.
Of course, you are more than welcome to sell (unlimited) finished products that you make from this pattern and I would LOVE to see what you make! The pattern itself may not be duplicated and sold under any circumstances.
This is an easy pattern to sew. All instructions are done using a sewing machine. You do not need a serger to sew this dress! (But a serger is great if you have one... I usually use my serger for everything!)
You will need a stretch cotton/lycra or cotton interlock, a coordinating ribknit, 2 buttons (optional) and coordinating thread.
Very easy and clear instructions and pattern pieces! Something different and super cute for my daughter!
A-frickin-dorable. Very easy, too, once you figure out how to sew the neckline together. A note: my daughter is 4, and I found the size 4 hit just below her bottom. This was too short for me. I'm going to try a size 6 and see how that goes. Still--just perfect! Thanks for this super-easy and very customizable pattern!
Such an easy lovely pattern to make :-)
So, so sweet! Love this top, I'll be making a lot of these!
Great instructions. Easy to follow.
I love this pattern cant wait to make a a bunch for the kids so many different ways of making this shirt to cute
Okay - gotta say I LOVE this pattern! It is just what I was looking for - something easy to make my daughter some tops to go over her leggings so her little tush is not on display for all to see. I have already made her two tops in the past two days, and the only reason I haven't made more is because I had other things I had to do (life gets in the way of my sewing at times, ya know?). This is a very clear and EASY pattern to follow, and it has room for some error in the measurements and cutting, which is always nice. Just be sure you are cutting that 45 degree angle on the neck pieces in the right direction! I did it wrong initially on both tops - grrr! I just need to pay more attention. Anyhow - LOVE this pattern - it is going to get a lot of use in this house!