Olivia leotard dance ballet dress

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Olivia leotard dance ballet dress Pattern


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Sewing: Olivia leotard dance ballet dress
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Pattern Details:

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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

Sew your own leotards and dance costumes using this pdf sewing pattern from mountain ash designs.

Olivia features leotards suitable for gymnastics or dance. Pattern includes options for adding a full circle skirt or a handkercheif skirt for making a beautiful, flowing empire line dance dress.

Pattern is suitable for stretch fabrics and will fit girls in sizes 2-14 years.

All my patterns feature:
-Full size, computer drafted pattern pieces in all sizes specified. Pattern pieces can be printed on a standard letter or A4 home printer (so no resizing is necessary)
-All measurements in cm and inches.
-Full, detailed, illustrated sewing instructions.
-Instructions on how to print and piece together a tiled pdf pattern.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • To fit girls sizes 2-14 years


  • 0.2-0.3m (0.25-0.5 yards) fabric for top
  • 0.4-0.6m (0.5-0.75 yards) main fabric for body
  • 1-1.6m (1.5-1.75 yards) stretch mesh for skirt (optional)

You Will Also Need:

  • 2m (2 yards) fold over elastic (foe) or 2m (2 yards) of 6mm (1/4 inch) wide elastic plus stretch binding strip
  • 0.7m (3/4 yd) of 9mm (3/8 inch) wide swimwear elastic

About Designer

About Designer

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Mountain Ash Designs specialises in patterns and garments for active kids leading active lives. With a focus on gymnastics wear, dance wear, swim wear and everyday basics, Mountain Ash Designs provides garments for training, competing, performance and play. Designed for comfort when wearing and freedom of movement, Mountain Ash Designs will take your children from their first crooked cartwheels ...

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