OTTOBRE Design Kids Autumn 4/2021
Buy the Kids Autumn 4/2021 issue of OTTOBRE Design sewing pattern magazine. This charming magazine is full of inspiring designs for babies and children. New seasonal issues are published four times a year, and the autumn 2021 issue includes 35 delightful, practical patterns complete with comprehensive sewing instructions. The full-size patterns are printed on six large pattern sheets.
This sewing pattern magazine is available to buy in the following format:
– PAPER (next working day dispatch on orders and FREE UK delivery over £50)
Included in this issue:
NEW KIDS ON THE COLORBLOCK
Lovely jersey dresses and a zip-front rib knit cardigan for girls. Corduroys, a poplin shirt, and sweatshirt for boys. Outerwear pants, a sweatshirt, and oilskin jacket in unisex styles. Sizes 86/92-122/128 cm and 128-170 cm.
PLAYING AND EXERCISING OUTDOORS
A rib knit shirt with a mock henley placket, hoodie, sweatpants, a long-sleeve T-shirt, and outerwear jacket and pants set for boys. A short-sleeve T-shirt, running leggings and shorts, and a snazzy anorak for girls. Sizes 128-170 cm.
PARENTS AND BABIES
A fabulous sweatshirt dress (with nursing openings) for women in sizes 34-46. A sweat jacket for men in sizes 46-54. A romper, sweatshirt coverall and bonnet, wrap tunic, and rib knit leggings for babies in sizes 50-86 cm.
PLAY AND LEARN
Two pretty shirts, a knit slipover vest, sweatshirt dress, raincoat, and cute boiled wool beret for girls. Three pairs of corduroys, a sweatshirt, and softshell jacket for boys and girls. Sizes 74-98 cm, 80-104 cm, 92/98-122/128/134 cm, and 110-140 cm.
Sizing: 50 – 170 cm (based on child’s height). Please check the designer’s size charts.
Note: This issue also includes a dress (with nursing openings) for women in sizes 34 – 46 (approx. UK 8 – 14/16, based on our standardised size chart) and a jacket for men in sizes 46 – 54. Please check the designer’s size charts.
Please note: The full-size patterns are printed on six large pattern sheets. The pattern pieces overlap, so you will need to trace off the pieces you want to use.
Seam allowances: The sewing patterns don’t include seam allowances (unless otherwise stated in the sewing instructions), so you will need to add these on when you trace your pattern pieces. Note that the patterns do include hem allowances, e.g. at the bottom hem edge of the garment, bottom edges of the sleeves, and bottom edges of the legs.
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