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|Author||carolina fair designs|
Cover that little sundress or plain t-shirt with this easy and comfortable knit shrug. This is a very easy, very quick project. It is perfect for those with little or no experience using knits. Having a serger is not required.
Instructions are provided for ribbon ties, as well as for a super easy pleated ruffle.
This small jacket is designed for mid-weight knit fabric with 20-30% stretch across the grain. The examples are made with interlock knit and lightweight French terry knit.
A full sized printable pattern piece is included for sizes 12 mo, 2T, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12.
As sized, this shrug is loose fitting. If a child is in between sizes, going either a size down or up will still produce great results.
*Note: These are downloadable instructions and pattern for making a shrug. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
The pattern and instructions contained in this eBook are for personal use only. No part may be copied or transferred electronically unless permission is given. Hand-made garments created by the purchaser in small quantities may be sold. U.S. and international copyright laws apply.
- about ¾ yard knit fabric
- a medium to heavy duty ball-point needle for sewing on knit fabric
- 5/8” to 1.25” grosgrain ribbon or 1” single fold bias trim
- coordinating thread
- extra ribbon for optional ties
This is so cute. I love it.
Very simple and cute. Straight forward pattern.
This shrug went together very fast and is a favorite in my daughter's wardrobe.
This is the cutest kid's shrug pattern I've seen! I like that it comes in a wide range of sizes. Instructions are fairly straight forward.
Cutest little shrug, once you get the hang of it, very easy to put together. Would advise the author to add more actual pictures, took me a few minutes to figure out what they were talking about referring to a drawing
So simple yet so cute! Great for all year round in California.
This is absolutely Darling! How sweet!