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Okey Dokey Overalls

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Author Peek-a-Boo Pattern Shop
Price $7.95
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by J. Mosco
on August 26th, 2015

“Excellent directions, and perfect for outside play!”

The Okey Dokey Overalls PDF Sewing Pattern include all of the classic details you know and love! This overalls sewing pattern includes front bib pocket, front slant pockets, faux fly, back pockets, optional snap inseam and button tabs at the side seams for easy dressing. Pattern includes everything you need to know about overalls hardware. Okey Dokey let's get sewing!

PDF Sewing Pattern comes with a full tutorial and color photos in an easy to print PDF. Pattern pieces are computer generated and color coded for easy cutting.

3 mos.
6 mos.
12 mos.
18 mos.

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Fabric: Bottomweights (denim, corduroy, twill, etc.)
4 denim buttons and awl (optional) and hammer for installing
Overalls buckles (1" strap size for 3-18 mos, 1 1/4" size for 2T-6, 1 5/8" size for 7-12)
1/8 yard fusible interfacing (not necessary if you are using thick denim)
Denim needle and denim topstitching thread if using denim

see photo for yardage chart

by J. Mosco
on August 26th, 2015

Excellent directions, and perfect for outside play!

by R. Brutz
on October 2nd, 2014

I was happy with this pattern, the instructions were good and the overalls were very cute. It has many nice details( faux fly front, 2 kinds of pockets, and the side button facings) which I liked, but would frustrate someone who wanted a quick project. I used a contrasting fabric for the facings and for a facing to hem the bottom of the legs. The facing looked good when the pants were rolled up which gives more growing room in them. I hope the pattern designer makes a jumper version of this pattern. I am fond of the pdf patterns because I can print them again when I want to make another size.

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