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The Jessica Skirt by Pollywoggles.
*Includes BONUS reversible headband pattern!
The Jessica Skirt is a flat-front skirt with a comfortable elastic-waist back. It features two deep pockets and a bottom trim that can be made using a contrasting print. Pattern includes measurements for sizes 12-18 months to eight years.
You do not need a serger to complete this dress, a regular sewing machine will do just fine! The pattern includes specific measurements for each piece, as well as a template for cutting out the correct pocket opening for your chosen size, and for the reversible headband.
Included in the Pattern:
~ Fabric requirements and measuring/cutting charts for sizes 12-18mo through 8.
~ General sizing guide to help you obtain the proper fit for your child.
~ Materials/supplies list
~ Full color photo tutorial with specific details for each step; suitable for beginners
~ Hints and tips throughout the tutorial.
NOTE: This is a pattern, not a completed garment.
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~ Please note that this pattern is intended for personal or limited small home-run business use. Pattern is an original design by Pollywoggles Patterns and may not be copied, modified, or distributed by any means, including electronic, photocopy, or otherwise. All text and photographs are owned by and may not be used for any promotional purpose except by the original designer.
You are welcome and encouraged to make and sell a finished product from this pattern! All that is requested is that you please provide credit to Pollywoggles Patterns for the pattern design. Any questions regarding this pattern, or its use and permissions, should be directed by contacting me via my facebook page.
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I've always been the type of sewist that could look at or imagine up a design and then improvise a way to turn it into reality. When my little girl turned about 2 years old... she made it clear that she loved dresses and the first time we went to a fabric store together, her eyes just lit up! I knew then that I wanted to develop my sewing skills to a higher level so I could make even more things ...
I've always been the type of sewist that could look at or imagine up a design and then improvise a way to turn it into reality. When my little girl turned about 2 years old... she made it clear that she loved dresses and the first time we went to a fabric store together, her eyes just lit up! I knew then that I wanted to develop my sewing skills to a higher level so I could make even more things for her.
Always having struggled with paper patterns, I quickly got hooked on PDF sewing patterns and I buried myself in learning more techniques and terminology for the tricks and methods that I enjoyed doing. In January of 2014, I decided that I wanted to create patterns of the designs I had been making up for my little girl so that I could share them with others. Once that decision was made, the ideas just kept coming and the fuller my sketchbook got, the more I knew that this was what I wanted to do.
With the help of a truly wonderful group of experienced sewists who graciously volunteered to help me with the first of my designs, I'm excited and proud to share Pollywoggles Patterns with other sewists! I hope that my designs will inspire you to make something beautiful from the fabric and notions that you love!