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Little Kid Kimono Set (0-3 Months)


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Skills Needed

  • Binding

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The Little Kid Kimono Set is a free pattern in size 0-3 months only. The top and trousers make an adorable set but can also be used as versatile separates, perfect for your own baby or to make for a gift. They are ideal as pyjamas. The cosy kimono top features gently curving raglan sleeves, ribbon ties and contrast binding. The teeny tiny trousers have a baggy, relaxed fit. A shirred waist provides comfort for a range of waist sizes while the bum panel on the back gives an chance to mix in contrast fabrics. With only a few seams to sew these are very quick to make. Further details: * FREE download * 34 page PDF document * 10 pages of full size digitally drafted pattern pieces with seam allowance included * Pieces can be printed in colour or black and white * Prints on both Letter and A4 paper * Detailed step by step instructions with full colour photos * Includes lots of tips for sewing with knits * Serger not required but tips included for those that own one * Metric and imperial measurements included throughout * For personal use only - please contact us if you want to sell garments made with this pattern BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sewing a curve Straight stitch Zigzag stitch Attach binding SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 0 - 3 Months Only

Supplies Needed

  • Regular sewing supplies
  • Sewing machine
  • Trouser fabric: 0.5yds

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Titchy Threads
Hello! I'm Laura, the owner and designer of Titchy Threads. I am committed to producing high quality, easy to follow patterns that make sewing a joy. My passion is designing modern new styles for my two young boys who have brought out my creative side. I look forward to bringing you many more unisex patterns in the future. I also write over at, where you can see more of my sewing projects along with sewing tips and tutorials. I also love baking and have a few other hobbies so you'll find a few recipes and other crafts there too.