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MaliAlls Shortalls and Overalls

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Author Ladybug Bend
Price $7.00
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by Keen, Narelle
on April 17th, 2016


Make irrestible coveralls or shortalls with this sewing pattern. These turn out so adorable. Add ruffles to make it more girly, or cuffs for boys. This pattern also includes tutorials for gathered pockets and rectangle pockets. There are so many possibilities! Also included are instructions on how to add snap tape for easy diaper changes. This PDF e-pattern has pictures and step by step directions to make your project as easy as possible. This pattern is appropriate for the advanced beginner sewer. Email support is always available!

Included in the e-file:

-full size patterns for 8 sizes of overalls/shortalls: 0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-9 months, 9-12 months, 18 months, 2T, 3T and 4T
-materials list
-sizing information
-instructions with photos


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-2 yards cotton fabric for largest size pants option
-Coordinating thread
-2 buttons, any size
-Snap tape (optional)
-3/4" elastic

by Keen, Narelle
on April 17th, 2016


by s. campbell
on May 28th, 2013

Cute pattern! I made this and it turned out really cute. There are some steps that I revised. Instead of sewing the elastic into the back casing and then stitching back and front together I stitched back to front and then folded and pressed casing. I left the front casing unstitched until the elastic was inserted into the back. I stitched the elastic in at the side seams using stitch in the ditch. I then stitched the front casing. This hides the seam allowance inside the casing. The pattern was well drawn and instructions were easy to follow.

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