With many different options to choose from, this is the optimal leggings pattern!
Choose from a fitted skirt, back pockets, and different lengths, here there is guaranteed something for everyone!
PATTERN AND TUTORIALS INCLUDE
- A printed sewing pattern for sewing Play with me leggings 56-170, 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.
Instructions on how to easily make the leggings more wider or slim (The fit as it is, best suited to medium-sized children as well as slightly bigger children).
Instructions on how to easily add hem to the drawn lines for different leg lengths.
A total of 20 sizes are included, from 56-170. For kids 22-67″ tall/0m-16y
- Basic leggings
- Capri leggings
- Short leggings
- Ruffled skirt (can be sewn with all options, except together with back pockets)
- Back pockets (can be sewn with all options, except with the skirt)
Jersey with about 60% stretch
Beginner to intermediate.
Sew elastic into the waistband.
Legs are folded.
Pockets are sewn on the back piece, and the skirt is sewn between the upper / lower part.
You can sew with a regular household machine, and/or use an overlock/serger and coverstitch.
MATERIALS YOU NEED
Elastic band 20mm
Thread + Needle
Scissor or rotary cutter
Regular sewing machine, and/or serger+coverstitch
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.