Bell Bottom Legging sewing pattern (Preemie to 12yrs)

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Bell Bottom Legging sewing pattern (Preemie to 12yrs)

This is the Bell Bottom Legging pdf sewing pattern from the designer Peanut Patterns.

This legging is the same fit as her Olivia with a ruffle bell bottom hem.

Overall, it’s a regular fit that tapers to slim at the ankles. It helps with mobility and the dreadful see-through bum that slimmer leggings have. The waistband is elastic.

The pattern comes in an amazing SIXTEEN sizes from preemie to 12 Years as follows:

  • Preemie,
  • Newborn,
  • 0-3 months,
  • 3-6 months,
  • 6-9 months,
  • 9-12 months,
  • 12-18 months,
  • 18-24 months,
  • 3 years,
  • 4 years,
  • 5 years,
  • 6 years,
  • 7 years,
  • 8 years,
  • 10 years,
  • 12 years.

Bell Bottom Legging sewing pattern (Preemie to 12yrs)

The designer recommends for the fabric that you use knit fabric that is light to medium weight. It can be interlock, jersey, or double knit.

What do you need to make a pair of Bell Bottom Leggings:

  • Size preemie to 9-12 months – 1/2 a yard of fabric (45″ or 60″ wide),
  • Size 12-18 months to 6 years – 3/4 yard of fabric (60″ wide),
  • Size 7 years to 12 years – 1 yard of fabric (60″ wide),
  • 1″ wide knit elastic,
  • Polyester thread,
  • Basic sewing supplies,
  • A sewing machine.

What’s included in the pdf download:

  1. Instructions/tutorial with real step-by-step photos, and detailed steps including what you will need,
  2. All pattern files are Adobe Acrobat Layer compatible,
  3. Seam allowance is included, 3/8” (1cm),
  4. Instruction/tutorial is in English,
  5. An A0 copyshop/projector size file is included (with Adobe Acrobat Layer compatibility).

Bell Bottom Legging sewing pattern (Preemie to 12yrs)

The pattern is compatible with all standard print paper sizes (A4, A3, US Letter, and Legal). Once you receive the file, you will print it from your home printer. It will print on multiple sheets that will need to be taped together. The designer tried to minimize the headache by including lots of colors/markers when piecing together. No Serger is required, all you need is a sewing machine that can do a zig-zag and a straight stitch.

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