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Girl's Shirt and Dress Pattern No.6


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Make your own super cute shirt or dress for your little girl with this digital pdf sewing pattern! This pattern features a cute keyhole opening at the back and comes with so many options... ::Dress or Shirt ::Hi-Low or Straight Hem ::Flutter Sleeves or Sleeveless ::A-line Dress or Banded Dress ::Gathers, Pleats, or Pintucks ::Plain Closure or a Tie Closure Sizes included are: Child sizes 2 to 10. (Please see the last photo in the listing for sizing and materials list.) This pattern and tutorial includes: ::instructions to sew this garment with or without a serger ::step-by-step instructions to make this garment with clear, coloured photos ::construction of this garment made with one fabric with a clear right and wrong side of the fabric ::computer drafted, full-sized, nested pattern pieces For more pictures, check out: The pattern pieces can be printed on letter or A-4 sized paper. This pattern is best suited for an advanced beginner seamstress. This pattern is designed for stretch knit fabrics with at least 30% stretch. (Please see the last photo in the listing for sizing and materials list.) Yes, you may sell the finished garment made from this pattern. I wish you all the success and happiness! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You should know how to use a sewing machine and basic hand stitches. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Girls sizes 2 to 10 Please see chart in listing for measurements

Supplies Needed

  • Stretchy knit with 30%-50% stretch and GOOD RECOVERY
  • Please see the chart in the listing for amounts
  • Stabilizer for shoulders

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Hello! Welcome to my shop :) I am a mom to two little boys who keep me (happily) busy and far, far away from my sewing machine on most days ;) I am a self-taught seamstress and so I have no doubt picked up some unconventional ways of stitching garments together. Maybe this makes my patterns and tutorials a little interesting and perhaps a little inspiring? About a bigillion years ago (okay, more like 8 years ago ;) ) I took a pattern drafting course. I loved it, but did nothing with the skills I learned until now. I love when the inside of a garment is as pretty as the outside. All of my patterns and tutorials include seam finishes. And best of all: no serger required! All of my patterns can be made using a regular sewing machine and with no fancy feet. Woohoo! Oh, and I love top-stitching...