Biker coverall 56-110 Printed pattern

$19,50

Biker coveralls are one of our most popular pattern, and are easier to sew than you might think.
Don’t be afraid to sew the zipper, you may need to practice to get it perfect, but you will regret it if you don’t try! 🙂

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Description

Can a garment be super sweet and at the same time super cool? Yes it can, and it’s called Biker coverall! 😉

Our printed patterns are always without seam allowance.

PATTERN AND TUTORIALS INCLUDE

  • A printed sewing pattern for sewing Biker coverall 56-110, which also includes a sewing description in PDF format.
  • The pattern is printed on white, heavier plain paper that does not break as easily as the traditionally used tissue paper.

SIZES
56-110

For kids 22-43″ tall/0m-4y

FABRIC RECOMMENDATION
French terry in the first place, or
Jersey, 95% cotton 5% lycra

DIFFICULTY
Intermediate.

SEWING TECHNIQUES
In this coverall your kids will be both stylish and comfy! With it’s uniqe design the collar follows down to the crotch -acting placket and protects from the zipper!

You can sew with a regular household machine, and/or use an overlock/serger and coverstitch.

MATERIALS YOU NEED
Knit fabrics, including but not limited to:
Cotton lycra blends
French terry
Light sweater knits
Ribb fabric
Zipper, Closed end
Thread + Needle

TOOLS
Scissor or rotary cutter
Regular sewing machine, and/or serger+coverstitch
Marking pen
Pins or clips

TIPS FOR TRACING PATTERN PIECES
You can use so-called Swedish tracing paper, which is a non-woven, quite transparent, holds better than tissue paper and is environmentally friendly.
If you want your cut pattern pieces to last for a long time, you can use age-resistant construction plastic(info here). It is not environmentally friendly and can contain toxins, but it lasts a long time and is the easiest option when it comes to tracing, as it is completely transparent. In addition, you get a lot of plastic for the money.

Size chart

Fabric requirements

Hobbyist / individual company

The purchase of this pattern includes a license, which means that it is allowed to sew and sell garments made from this pattern.
This assumes that you are the owner of the pattern, that is, that you bought the pattern yourself, or alternatively received it as a gift from someone who did not keep any copy her/himself.
It is not allowed to use a third party for production, only for sewing and selling yourself (the owner of the pattern her/himself).

COPYRIGHT ©

All patterns and descriptions are protected by copyright law. This means that it is forbidden to share / copy / sell the patterns or descriptions.
In the case of printed patterns, you as an owner can choose to sell your patterns, provided that you do not keep any copy for yourself. This does not apply to PDF patterns, which due to their nature cannot be resold.

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