Jocelyn's Leggings Size NB-18 Tween

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Jocelyn's Leggings Size NB-18 Tween Pattern


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Sewing: Jocelyn's Leggings Size NB-18 Tween
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Girls, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Adjust stitch choice on the machine
  • Sew with a seam allowance on straight & curved lines

Pattern Description:

These low rise to mid rise, elastic free, yoga bottoms are designed to be very fitted and versatile. This pattern includes 19 girls sizes with 2 waistband options and 3 length options. The are great for layering under dresses & tunics and if made with activewear fabrics they are great for sports wear!

Fold Over Waistband
Regular Wasitband (elastic free)

This purchase is for an ebook file with 12 pages of instructions, photos & diagrams. It also includes 42 professionally digitized pages of nested pattern pieces in the same file & a page print guide that you assemble to make the full sizes pieces (9-12 pages per size group).

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • See Size Chart Above (Photo)


  • Up to 1 yard of 60" Cotton Lycra or Poly Lycra Knit Fabric with 50%+ stretch
  • Maxi-Lock Stretch or Wooly Nylon Thread
  • Poly Thread
  • Pins
  • Ballpoint needle (for sewing machine)
  • Scissors
  • Tape
  • Tracing Paper
  • Pen
  • Printer & Paper
  • Iron
  • Ruler
  • OPTIONAL Rotary Cutter & Mat

You Will Also Need:

  • Sewing Machine

About Designer

About Designer

Kymy on

My shop name comes from the name of my crafting blog... Everything Your Mama Made & More! which can be found at

All patterns are designed, written & digitized by me, a stay at home mom to 5 wonderful kids! My husband and I have an 8 yr old gamer, very identical 6yr old twin fashionistas, an almost 3 yr old who is all boy & a 1 yr old princess that has us all ...

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