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Henry Sun Suit

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Author Haute Diggity
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by A. McWilliams
on February 1st, 2015

“I have been sewing for many years and consider myself a very advanced sewer and I'm sad to say this pattern is the most complicated pattern I think I've ever come across. One example, there is a major flaw. There should be a pleat on each side of the bottom part(shorts part) before it is sewn onto the bodice. WELL, even without the pleat, the shorts are more narrow than the bodice. I'm still trying to figure out exactly what's going on & will go ahead and sew together WITHOUT the pleat and see if they are going to fit. I have very little faith.”

Boys Sun Suit with a Vintage Flare! sizes 3months-4t. Pleated front shorts with a waistband and square neck bodice. The Straps cross in the back and attach with an inside button. There is an outside button to add a special touch! Elastic back waistband helps give this a great fit.

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Thread, scissors, basic sewing notions, safety pin, 3/4 in elastic, 4 buttons, optional snaps for bottom, light to med weight fabric. See chart for amount needed.

by A. McWilliams
on February 1st, 2015

I have been sewing for many years and consider myself a very advanced sewer and I'm sad to say this pattern is the most complicated pattern I think I've ever come across. One example, there is a major flaw. There should be a pleat on each side of the bottom part(shorts part) before it is sewn onto the bodice. WELL, even without the pleat, the shorts are more narrow than the bodice. I'm still trying to figure out exactly what's going on & will go ahead and sew together WITHOUT the pleat and see if they are going to fit. I have very little faith.

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