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Allie Pants and Pixie Hat

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Author Mountain Ash Designs
Price $5.00
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by J. Duggan
on June 1st, 2015

“The pattern itself is very easy and fun, however the rise on the pants is very low. I add extra rise to make them fit better on girls, especially older ones.”

Make your own pants and pixie hats using this pdf sewing pattern. Allie pants are quick to sew up and comfy to wear. Make them up in fleece for Winter, boutique cotton fabrics for warmer days or soft flannelette for cold nights. The matching pixie hat made up in fleece adds a touch of innocence and joy to any outfit.

Pattern will fit girls in sizes 1-14 years.

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-All measurements in cm and inches.
-Full, detailed, illustrated sewing instructions.
-Instructions on how to print and piece together a tiled pdf pattern.

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by gold, rachel
on May 11th, 2016

This isn't a review because I haven't sewn it yet but I don't see a way to message the pattern maker. I had to put something for rating in order to post this comment. For the sewing instructions under sewing the pants, I found a typo. Step #3 says "turn under 4cm ( inches) at top edge of pants to form casing". 4cm is inches, and I assume that was the intended measurement as it makes more sense with 1" elastic. Someone ignoring the 4cm and turning under inches would lose an inch on the rise.

by J. Duggan
on June 1st, 2015

The pattern itself is very easy and fun, however the rise on the pants is very low. I add extra rise to make them fit better on girls, especially older ones.

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