*This listing is for a digital PDF sewing pattern to make your own garment, not a finished piece of clothing*
The Billow is a loose-fitting, full volume harem romper style designed for woven fabrics. It is designed with a generous amount of ease so it so it can be layered over other garments during cooler weather and there is no need to size up. The legs are wide and just slightly cropped for comfort and practicality. The bodice has a high-low waist curve which allows for easy changing without the need for a placket to be cut into the bottoms. The placket-free design and harem bottoms make it a very quick sew. The optional snap crotch opening can be added for sizes 0-3M to 2/3 years.
PATTERN INCLUDES: - Easy and detailed sewing instructions with clear diagrams for each step - Layered print-at-home pattern, with seam allowances included - Layered copy shop A0 large format pattern
RECOMMENDED FABRICS: Light - medium weight woven fabrics such as linen, cotton, voile, seersucker, chambray, double gauze, lightweight denim, lightweight corduroy or rayon. Fabrics with a bit of a drape will create more of a flowy look, while stiffer fabrics will create a more structured effect. For the lining, I recommend a lightweight woven fabric such as cotton. Choose one that feels comfortable for your child’s skin.
DOWNLOADING: Your pattern will be available as a direct download after checkout, and you'll also receive a direct download link via email. The files will be in .zip format. After you download the .zip file, right click on it to extract the files to your computer. Please reach out to me if you have any issues with accessing your files.
PRINTING: This pattern can be printed and assembled on a home printer using either A4 or US Letter paper. The pattern includes the option to print only the sizes you need by using the layers function in Adobe Acrobat Reader.
The pattern also includes a large format file so that you have the option of having the pattern printed at your local copy shop on A0 format paper. You can also use this file with a projector.
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