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ZOEY Summer Ensemble by MODKID

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Author MODKID/Patty Young Designs
Price $9.99
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by Smith, Jodie
on August 24th, 2015

“This is my go to pattern for shorts for my daughter! Easy to follow pattern as always.”

Our Zöey pattern comes with two versions of a lightweight Summer top and two versions of girlie flat-fronted shorts. With a myriad of extra details between them, you can mix & match to create endless possibilities for your Summer wardrobe.

This pattern comes in sizes 2T (toddler) to 10 (girls). See the second photo for fabric requirements and sizing charts.


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SUGGESTED FABRICS: quilting cottons, shirtings, voiles, gauzes, lawns, linens, denims, silks and satins, 44"/45" wide. Fabrics shown on the cover: High Society by MODKID Studio for JoAnn Fabrics.

(see 2nd photo for complete fabric and notions requirements by size)

by Smith, Jodie
on August 24th, 2015

This is my go to pattern for shorts for my daughter! Easy to follow pattern as always.

by Verrell, Sandra
on May 25th, 2015

So far all I have complete is the top view B. Very well written instruction. View B uses bias facing on the armholes. will be making more.

by A. Maskell
on June 27th, 2014

I love this little blouse! The pattern comes together quickly and fits well. The collar is perfect for embellishing, I'll be making more of these!

by Elizabeth Wyatt Sewing Patterns
on June 16th, 2014

I've only made the blouse in view A so far. I love it. The design is adorable, the fit is great, and the pattern pieces fit together beautifully. My only criticism is the method used to finish the armhole, which is to do a narrow hem. This is very difficult to accomplish on such tight curves. I prefer to use a bias facing. I will definitely be making more of these.

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