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Add a touch of old hollywood glamour; adorable retro style bloomer with movie star frills.

The FRILLY FRILLY BLOOMER pattern is available in sizes 8-14 and has has been designed to sit low on the waist with a low leg shape and full bottom coverage....so cute! For international customers a size conversion chart can be found on my blog www.themakersjournal.blogspot.com

Body Measurements
Size 8 - Bust 81cm, Waist 63cm, Hip 93cm
Size 10 - Bust 86cm, Waist 68cm, Hip 98cm
Size 12 - Bust 91cm, Waist 73cm, Hip 103cm
Size 14 - Bust 96cm, Waist 78cm, Hip 108cm

I made the photo sample from a pretty cotton print found at www.tessuti.com.au in Melbourne. This pattern has been developed for lightweight woven fabrics and I recommend printed cottons or soft cotton blends. For the gusset I used a light and stretchy swimsuit tricot lining

I print my SEWING PATTERNS onto 100% recycled paper and then vacuum pack the contents to minimise it's impact on our precious world.

This pattern includes.....
- Step by step sewing instructions
- Detailed diagrams to help you along the way
- A small fabric swatch to guide you when selecting your fabric
- The layplan which shows you how to arrange the pattern on the fabric, and
- A list of notions you will need and the fabric requirements
*Fabric and other notions are not included with this pattern

Skills you need
This pattern is suitable for an average sewer and will take only a few hours to complete. Skills required include straight stitching, zig-zag stitch, attaching knicker elastic, making bias binding and hand sewing (slip stitch).

Attaching knicker elastic can be a bit tricky the first time so to help you along we've included a step by step guide on our blog http://themakersjournal.blogspot.com/2011/10/how-to-attach-knicker-elastic.html

Please note; patterns sold are licensed for use by individual makers and may not be reproduced commercially, copied and/or distributed.

Thank you for visiting my sewing shop, for regular updates and free downloads please visit www.themakersjournal.blogspot.com




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