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NEW Fancy Nancy Ruffled Shorts 6/12m-6/7

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Hi, I am Meagan. I am a lover of all things creative. I started this adventure (of patterning) back in 2009. It started with drafting an apron for my daughter's art class, turned into a custom sewing biz and finally into just selling my custom drafts as patterns. I became ill for a while and decided to take a break to have some much needed R&R. I am back and I hope we will enjoy this ride together. For more about me and my back-story or adventures, visit my blog at themeanprincess.wordpress.com Fancy Nancy's Boogie Woogie Rumba Fumba Giggle Wiggle shorts will make your gal the bell of the ball. The pattern can be used for a basic short pattern or for ruffled, either way I guaranteed to have heads turn! Who doesn't love a ruffled bum?!?!?! Sizes 6/12m, 18/24m, 2/3T, 4/5 and 6/7y are all included. You need to have basic sewing skills such as knowing how to use a sewing machine. You should knowing basic skills like basteing, gathering, topstitching, etc. This pattern is 11 pages, including 7 pages of color illustrations and 4 color coded pattern pages. There are NO refunds on PDF patterns. . All images and pattern pictures are the property of (c)TheMeanPrincess I am always available by mail at the.mean.princess at gmail dot com My blog (above link) has all the latest updates and will have modifications for patterns for free, all free pattern pieces can be found at here at Craftsy. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic sewing skills, gethering, basting, etc SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Sizes 6/12m, 18/24m, 2/3T, 4/5 and 6/7y

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  • cotton fabric
  • thread and trim if you like

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The Mean Princess
The Mean Princess
My 1st business I started at 10ish. My mom was a crafter who sold at shows and I always tried her products out. I fell in love with "stiff stuff". I made earrings, pendents, watches, hair bows, etc. I found myself selling out of everything and mom carrying her stuff back home. I knew crafting was going to be my life.