Created by: KID_MD
Project

Sailor Boy

What was your source for this sewing project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Simplicity 4711 Link to website or photo www.simplicity.com/p-2178-babies-separates.aspx What are you most proud of? Holy cow, that kid is cute! I'm quite pleased with how well the snap crotch turned out. I sort of just played it by ear in assembly, so I'm really glad it all came together. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Go for it! The pattern is a good one, and the result is seriously adorable. Although I don't think this would be a great first project, it would be fine for someone who is a relative beginner. It is also a great way to learn to do a continuous lap, as the lap is in a seam, which is much easier than the slash and staystitch version. Simplicity's directions for it are quite good.

You Can Make This

KID_MD made Sailor Boy with:

  • Cotton Seersucker from Joann and cotton broadcloth from FabricMart
  • buttons from stash
  • snaps from SewBaby

Project Description

What was your source for this sewing project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Simplicity 4711 Link to website or photo www.simplicity.com/p-2178-babies-separates.aspx What are you most proud of? Holy cow, that kid is cute! I'm quite pleased with how well the snap crotch turned out. I sort of just played it by ear in assembly, so I'm really glad it all came together. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Go for it! The pattern is a good one, and the result is seriously adorable. Although I don't think this would be a great first project, it would be fine for someone who is a relative beginner. It is also a great way to learn to do a continuous lap, as the lap is in a seam, which is much easier than the slash and staystitch version. Simplicity's directions for it are quite good.

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