- The EU size 74 - 158 & the US size 3m - 11
- An illustrated step by step instruction.
- A0 file with layers
- Projector file with layers
- A4 Pattern with layers
- US letter Pattern with Layers
Materials you need at home:
- Knitted fabrics
- Scissores, pins,
- sewing machine
With my sewing pattern, you'll receive a detailed and illustrated instruction that's easy to master for beginners with some sewing experience. The Snazzy Dress pattern can be sewn as a dress or a tunic. The deep neckline and bow at the back are the eye-catcher of this pattern. The back can be sewn closed or with an opening. Choose whether you want to sew long sleeves, half-length sleeves, or short puff sleeves. The pattern is designed for fabrics such as jersey or french terry.
The patterns contains:
*EU sizes 74 - 158 & US sizes 9m - 13. *The pattern in A4 and US Letter pages for a home printer for self-adhesion in layers to be able to hide and show sizes. *The pattern in A0 for large format printing in layers to be able to hide and show sizes. *A projector file and *a detailed interactive step by step tutorial suitable for beginners with sewing experience as well as advanced sewers. *All pattern pieces include seam and hem allowance.
You can find more inspiration on my Instagram account Ba.binaa_Patterns or the hashtag #Babinaapatterns
*Copyright notice: All rights of this tutorial and the pattern are owned by Karin Reisecker of Ba.binaa. Patterns. Do you want to sell single pieces made from this pattern? - No problem, in my online store www.babinaa-patterns.com you can buy a business license. The distribution, copying, modification and/or exchange of this e-book is not allowed. For possible errors in the instructions or the pattern pieces no liability is assumed.
... I am Karin, 30 years old and live in Upper Austria. Even back then everything revolved around sewing. I used to admire my mother when she used to make sewing clothes for me. From childhood to adolescence, I sewed clothes for my dolls and me without a pattern. But I really started sewing intensively after giving birth to my daughter 3 years ago. After that I founded my label Babadoo, which is still about modern children's fashion.