Oliver + S Nature Walk, Sizes 6M-4T -Downloadable Pattern

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Sizes 6M - 4T.

Let's take a stroll outside. This boy's or girl's casual pull-on top and knit pants pattern features an easy-to-sew, casual, color-blocked pullover designed to be sewn in woven fabrics. The top can be made in lightweight fabrics for a casual shirt or in heavier fabrics for use as a layering piece in place of a sweatshirt or jacket. The pull-on knit pants have a hidden elastic waist and are designed for knits with at least 25% stretch.

Digital Patterns

This style is provided as a digital pattern. It may be printed on both home printers (using either 8 1/2" x 11" or A4 paper) and at service bureaus that handle 36" wide sheets.

Description

Unisex pullover top and knit pants. Easy-to-sew pullover top in color-blocked design can be made in lightweight fabrics for a casual shirt or in heavier fabrics for use as a layering piece in place of a sweatshirt or jacket. Pull-on knit pants have a hidden elastic waist and are designed for knits with at least 25% stretch.

Suggested Fabrics

Pullover Fabric A: Light- to medium-weight woven fabrics like quilting cotton, broadcloth, poplin, shirting, corduroy, denim; and stretch fabrics like interlock, fleece, and microfleece.
Pullover Fabric B: Lightweight woven fabrics like quilting cotton, broadcloth, shirting, and poplin.
Pants: Interlock, jersey, textured knits, lightweight double knits, matte jersey. (The fabric should have at least 25% stretch.)

Notions

Pullover: Coordinating thread, lightweight fusible interfacing.
Pants: Coordinating thread, lightweight fusible interfacing, 1 yard 3/4" elastic.





Designer Terms of Use: For personal, non-commercial use only.  If you wish to make and sell items from the pattern, please contact the designer.

Format:  PDF File - Available for Instant Download
Pages: 38 (Instructions and Illustrations:  14; Pattern Sheets: 24).
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