Toddler Kids Girls Tunic Casual sweatshirt pattern pdf
Arwen Toddler Kids Girls Tunic Casual sweatshirt pattern pdf!
Hoodie & Tunic is a beautiful knit top your daughter will love to wear! Perfect for wearing with her favorite leggings.
★ The pattern contains 2 variants! Variant A with lined hood and kangaroo pocket. Variant B with shawl collar and kangaroo pocket.
Suitable for experienced seamstresses. With detailed photo instruction! The seam allowances are included, as shown in pattern.
★ Recommended fabrics: sweat-shirting, soft french terry fabric. ★ Lining fabrics: jersey preferably in contrasting colors.
The comfortable and warming functionality makes it convincing. With this tunic your child is well equipped for every session. The tunic has a kangaroo pocket. This long-sleeved tunic convinces with a fashionable lined hood or with a shawl collar. Bad weather is no longer a problem with the hood with drawstring.
From baby age to the first 11 years of age, you can sew it over and over again!
With photo instructions!
Size chart with metric measurements and inches measurements.
❤ All of the following sizes are included:
12M/18M - 2Y/3Y - 4Y/5Y - 6Y/7Y - 8Y/9Y - 10Y/11Y
Product details: Extras: Lined hood with drawstring or shawl collar Additional storage space thanks to the kangaroo pocket Long sleeved Features: warming, comfortable Recommended fabric: sweat shirt, fleece Lining: jersey
- 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 - with seam allowances
Materials you need at home:
- Recommended fabrics:
- sweat-shirting, soft french terry fabric
- Lining: jersey preferably in contrasting colors.
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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.