Ideally you would be using an overlocker/serger, however you can make this dress using a standard sewing machine. For top tips sewing jersey fabrics, please take a look at this blog post!
Product Details: •Sizes from 6-9 Months to 10-11 Yrs •Suitable for beginners •Instant PDF download •A4 and US Letter version •Suitable for jersey & sweatshirt knit fabrics only •Sleeveless, short & long-sleeved version •Step-by-step photo tutorial will guide you through every step •Overlocker not essential •Link to post on sewing jerseys on my blog is included •Access to Facebook group for support & chat •For personal use only
Please make sure that you have the print size set to 100% (no scaling) for your pattern to print correctly, and that you are using the right file (A4 or US Letter) for your printer!
Strip for trims: -Sleeveless/Short Sleeves:, 15 cm length, 65 cm width. –Long Sleeves: 30 cm length, 90 cm width Rib knit jersey gives the best result. Alternatively you could also cut the trims out of the same fabric as the dress, or a different jersey fabric, as long as it has good stretch & recovery!
-Double sided fusible hem tape: (6-9m: 1.3m // 9-12m: 1.4m // 12-18m: 1.5m // 18-24m & 2-3y: 1.6m // 3-4y: 1.7m // 4-5y: 1.8m // 5-6y: 1.9m // 6-7y & 7-8y: 2.0m // 8-9 & 9-10: 2.2m // 10-11: 2.3m). I recommend using at least 2cm width for the baby sizes, and 2.5-3 cm for the bigger sizes. -Jersey needle -Twin needle (optional)
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