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Baby Tea Party Pattern - Tadah! Patterns

Baby Tea Party Pattern - Tadah! Patterns

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Sizes: 00000 (prem) - 3

Skill Level: Intermediate

Please note: The printed version of this pattern does not include paper pattern pieces for the straight skirt, as this is a simple rectangle shape. For tips on cutting perfect rectangle please see the free First Timer Skirt pattern HERE.

Description:

This Tea Party combo will quickly become your go-to pattern for the tiny girls in your life. With so many options to finish each aspect of the garment, you will never get tired of sewing this quick yet gratifying pattern.

Choose different finishes each time to create an outfit that is uniquely yours and one of a kind.

The neckline can be created with a simple round neck, more modern ‘V’ neck or sweet princess style sweetheart look.

The back of the outfit can also be tailored to your taste or mood. You can choose from a simple classic back, more modern ‘kiss’ back or beautiful cut-out back.

Another way to customise your outfit is to choose the style of sleeve you would like (if any at all!). The flutter sleeves add a sweet touch and the mini cap is a very quick way to add a different look (and some extra sun protection).

When it comes to the lower half you can choose from a straight skirt, playsuit, bubble romper or a combination! The skirt can be layered on top of the playsuit OR romper to create a more practical layered dress.

This pattern is suitable for intermediate sewers and comes in sizes 00000 (premature) up to size 3. It is suitable for light to medium weight woven fabrics.

Terms of Use:

No part of this pattern may be reproduced in any form, by electronic or mechanical means, without the permission of Tadah Patterns. The pattern contained within this document is copy write protected. It is authorised for use by home sewers and business owners producing small quantities for resale. If you do use this pattern to produce items for sale Tadah Patterns would really appreciate if you could give credit for the pattern, e.g. by writing “Pattern design by Tadah Patterns”.