OTTOBRE Design Kids Winter 6/2021
Buy the Kids Winter 6/2021 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 winter 2021 issue includes 37 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:
SNOW GAMES AND HAPPY KIDS
A lovely snowsuit and fabulous padded coats. A sweet dress from velour corduroy knit, cotton knit sweater, and bootcut jeans. A chunky hoodie, corduroy leg-pocket pants, and a quilted bomber jacket for boys. Sizes 92-170 cm.
COZY MERINO ITEMS AND BALLET GLAMOUR
Keep the cold at bay! A romper, pants, a jacket, and dress from leopard-patterned merino knit. A cute balaclava hood and neckwarmer. Much-requested charming ballet outfits for preschoolers’ role play. Sizes 62-98 cm and 92-134/146 cm.
TINY LITTLE WONDERS
A cute baby collection for daily wear and special occasions from stretchy organic cotton single jersey and rib knit, soft pattern-knit cotton knit, brushed sweatshirt knit, and corduroy. Sizes 56/62-92/98 cm.
DRESSED FOR CELEBRATION
Beautiful items for the end-of-year festive season. Three pretty dresses, a frill skirt, viscose blouse, rib knit turtleneck, corduroys, tweed pants, a corduroy shirt, plaid flannel shirt, and leg-pocket corduroys, plus the coolest ‘ugly sweatshirt’ of the winter, designed by Ottobre’s young model. Sizes 92-128 cm and 128/134-170 cm.
Sizing: 56 – 170 cm (based on child’s height). 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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