Was concerned about sewing the feet into the pants since I've never done that, and it was a piece of cake. Made both the top and bottoms. Instructions were easy to follow.
This adorable set is just what your baby needs for everyday wear and comfy fun! Baby David’s has a knit top with short or long sleeves, as well as comfy knit pants that have the feet built right in. You can use all one knit for a matching pajama set, or mix and match different knit fabrics and panels for a daywear outfit. And for the older babies who are starting to walk, you can even use non-slip fabric on the soles. Once you make one set, you’re going to want to make many more! We recommend using knit fabric with 25-50% stretch for this pattern. Great for upcycling too!
Difficulty Rating: Intermediate
*Fabric Requirement Chart shown as last image*
Here is what you receive:
- Measurements for sizes Newborn to size 18/24m babies
- A 28-page instant download pattern with thorough, uncomplicated step-by-step instructions accompanied by color photos that allow you to follow along with ease from start to finish.
- Computer drawn pattern pieces you can print over and over again; no more patterns that rip or tear!
Please note that PDF patterns differ from traditional sewing patterns, and not all PDF designers have the same style. We prefer to give measurements for simple rectangles instead of rectangular pattern pieces to save your time, paper, ink, and tape. You will only receive pattern pieces for curved portions of the garment, and you will follow the cutting chart for the remaining pieces.
If you would like to see an example of our style and try it for free, please download our free sample pattern HERE.
I have not had a chance to make this yet but hope to before Christmas. Have been looking for a pattern like this for a while glad I found it through ckc and got it on sale. Yay.
This was a super quick sew. The pattern is very easy to understand. I actually made this for my daughter, but as I was making this I thought, I'm making this for baby showers from now on. It says intermediate, but I almost think it should be considered easy. The only thing, in my opinion, that would make it intermediate is the fact that it's made with knit and not woven fabrics. Bottom line, you need this pattern! ;-)