Knickers Boys Shorts - 6m-5

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Knickers Boys Shorts - 6m-5 Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Boys, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic sewing skills

Pattern Description:

Enjoy this easy shorts sewing pattern. Girls and boys alike look darling in custom, cargo style shorts or boutique capris. With this PDF tutorial, create standard shorts for boys or add a ruffle for the girls. These simple shorts are easy to make and super comfortable on kids, and they are roomy enough with cloth diapers. Learn to DIY nifty knickers ranging in size from 6 months through 5 - for girls and boys.

The options are endless when it comes to these knickers. Use linen, seer sucker, wool, or any woven material to make shorts worthy of everyday play, beach wear, or special occasions. The pattern includes instructions for up-cycling or recycling dad's dress shirts to make baby board shorts or toddler beach wear.

This PDF tutorial is complete with detailed photos, illustrated diagrams, pattern pieces, and thorough instructions to guide you through this simple sewing tutorial.

This PDF pattern is a simple and perfect project for a variety of sewing abilities.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 6m-5


  • fabric
  • elastic

About Designer

About Designer

Little Lizard on

Welcome to the Little Lizard King sewing shop. We enjoy crafting, embroidering, and sewing for friends and family. Our daughter and her little lizard friends are the inspiration for most of the items you will find.

Soon after having a child, we quickly discovered how easy, enjoyable, and inexpensive it is to make custom clothing for our daughter and her friends. After a couple requests and ...

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