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Baby footed one piece pattern // pdf download // photo tutorial // Preemie to 3T // #43

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This digital file includes a full photo tutorial that shows you how to sew this pattern together. It also has the actual pattern pieces for cutting out after printed.

This coverall is sure to get tons of wear. With snaps all the way down the leg, you'll easily become what we like to call a quick-change artist. Make it flashy or fun with your choice of fabric.

To add a hood, check out this tutorial : http://blog.brindilletwig.com/2014/11/add-a-hood-to-43-footie-one-piece/

Size range: Preemie - 3T

Skill level: Intermediate

MATERIALS:

Knit fabric. We suggest a cotton/elastane blend jersey or french terry knit.
AMOUNT NEEDED-
0.75 yards for sizes Preemie to 9-12M,
1 yard for sizes 12-18M to 2-3T

Knit fabric for cuffs. Rib knit or a medium weight stretchy jersey will work.
AMOUNT NEEDED-
0.25 yards for all sizes

11 sets of snaps and snap fastener- We suggest size 14 snaps (aka: 5/16" or 8mm)

MACHINES:
Sewing machine
Overlock machine / Serger – If you don't own one, you can use a small zig-zag stitch in place of the serged seam.

After purchasing pattern, you will immediately receive an email from Etsy with the pattern download.
You will simply download the pattern and print it off at home on standard letter or A4 size paper.
All instructions are in the file for printing and assembly.


See the rest of my shop here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/brindilleandtwig
This digital file includes a full photo tutorial that shows you how to sew this pattern together. It also has the actual pattern pieces for cutting out after printed.

This coverall is sure to get tons of wear. With snaps all the way down the leg, you'll easily become what we like to call a quick-change artist. Make it flashy or fun with your choice of fabric.

To add a hood, check out this tutorial : http://blog.brindilletwig.com/2014/11/add-a-hood-to-43-footie-one-piece/

Size range: Preemie - 3T

Skill level: Intermediate

MATERIALS:

Knit fabric. We suggest a cotton/elastane blend jersey or french terry knit.
AMOUNT NEEDED-
0.75 yards for sizes Preemie to 9-12M,
1 yard for sizes 12-18M to 2-3T

Knit fabric for cuffs. Rib knit or a medium weight stretchy jersey will work.
AMOUNT NEEDED-
0.25 yards for all sizes

11 sets of snaps and snap fastener- We suggest size 14 snaps (aka: 5/16" or 8mm)

MACHINES:
Sewing machine
Overlock machine / Serger – If you don't own one, you can use a small zig-zag stitch in place of the serged seam.

After purchasing pattern, you will immediately receive an email from Etsy with the pattern download.
You will simply download the pattern and print it off at home on standard letter or A4 size paper.
All instructions are in the file for printing and assembly.


See the rest of my shop here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/brindilleandtwig

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