David Baby romper with mitten cuffs and footie cuffs
★David Baby pajamas/ romper/coverall with mitten cuffs and footie cuffs! Very nice coverall, romper for girls or boys with button placket. With snaps all the way down the leg, it's an easy change! Your little darling will feel incredibly comfortable in this beautiful romper.
The pattern contains two variants! Variant A : Baby romper/coverall with mitten cuffs, footie cuffs, long legs and sleeves for girls or boys. The coverall sleeves feature cuffs that can be flipped over to keep the baby's feet and hands warm or preventing them from scratching themselves. With photo instructions! Variant B (photo): Baby romper/coverall with short legs and sleeves, perfect for summer! Without photo instructions!
❤ All of the following sizes are included:
0M/1M - 3M/6M - 9M/12M - 18M/2Y - 3Y/4Y
Before cutting out the garment pieces, add seam allowances to the original contours: Seam allowance 1 cm /0 25⁄64 in .Lay out the pattern pieces on a double layer of fabric (right sides facing). Fabric width 150 cm /55 1⁄8 in
Suitable for experienced seamstresses. With detailed photo instruction!
- PDF file with easy to follow instructions and color photos
- Full sized pattern including all pieces which will print on your regular home computer on A4 paper.
- Metric and imperial / US measurements - without seam allowances
Materials you need at home:
- ❤ Recommended fabrics: Jersey
- Recommended fabrics: Jersey knits, sweat knits, velour knits.
- Jersey ring snaps silver-colored (1cm= 025⁄64in )
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Patternforkids is the fashion label of Alessia Atimari, that's me. I was born in the "Eternal City" of Rome. With the diploma as a fashion designer of the Accademia di Moda e Costume di Roma I moved to Tuscany. There I was allowed as a child fashion designer for well-known companies to design collections and gain experience; the last year exclusively for Trussardi. All roads lead to Rome, they say, and my path has led me first to Switzerland and then in the "German Tuscany". In Offenburg I have designed several years the children's collection for Burda and gained valuable experience in creating beautiful and simple cuts. I am currently working as a freelance children's fashion designer and mother of two children.