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Casey unitard biketard for gymnastics and dance

Format PDF (Download Only)
Author Mountain Ash Designs
Price $5.00
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by Smith, Linda
on July 20th, 2016

“Great so my daughter can have customized dance outfits - all of her classmates are wanting some!”

Make your own unitard/ biketard using this pdf sewing pattern. Pattern includes 2 styles of biketard/ unitard and is suitable for gymnastics or dance.

Garments are designed to be made from stretch fabric and can be sewn using an overlocker/ serger or a zigzag stitch on your sewing machine.
Pattern will fit girls in sizes 2-14 years.

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by Smith, Linda
on July 20th, 2016

Great so my daughter can have customized dance outfits - all of her classmates are wanting some!

by H. Wolfe
on March 18th, 2016

I actually needed a boys unitard. I had to make 2 for a set of twin boys. I appliqued a yellow Batman logo to the black one and a yellow and red Superman logo to the blue one. I also allowed a smidge more room in the groin. I called them "mantards" since their father told them "Men don't wear leotards". They were easy as pie to make and came out BEAUTIFUL!!!! The boys love them and their instructor asked if I would make them for other boys and sell them since we live in a small town and it is difficult to get such things. This is a HUGE hit!

by j. briggs
on July 10th, 2014

Good pattern, easy instructions.

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