Kid’s Bell Bottoms sewing pattern (Newborn to 6T)

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Kid's Bell Bottoms sewing pattern (Newborn to 6T)

This is the Kid’s Bell Bottoms pdf sewing pattern from the designer Brindille and Twig.

The designer comments – who said bell bottoms were just for baby boomers? We believe babies should wear ‘em too! For crawlers or walkers, our bell bottom pattern was designed to add just enough “flare” to those chubby little legs.

This project is perfect for beginner sewers.

What’s needed to make a pair of Kid’s Bell-Bottoms:

  • Knit fabric for legs. The designer suggests a medium-weight fabric. Amount needed – 
  • 0.5 yards for sizes 0-3 months to 9-12 months,
  • 0.75 yards for sizes 12-18 months to 4-5 years,
  • 1 yard for size 5-6 years,
  • Knit fabric for the waistband. Rib-knit or medium-weight stretchy jersey fabric. Amount needed 0.25 yards for all sizes,
  • A sewing machine or an Overlock machine / Serger – If you don’t own one, you can use a small zig-zag stitch in place of the serged seam.

Kid's Bell Bottoms sewing pattern (Newborn to 6T)

This pattern comes in TEN sizes from newborn to 6 years as follows:

  • 0-3 months,
  • 3-6 months,
  • 6-9 months,
  • 9-12 months,
  • 12-18 months,
  • 18-24 months,
  • 2-3 years,
  • 3-4 years,
  • 4-5 years,
  • 5-6 years.

Kid's Bell Bottoms sewing pattern (Newborn to 6T)

This digital file includes a full photo tutorial that shows you how to sew this pattern together. It also has the actual pattern pieces for cutting out after printing. There’s a layers option, AO printing is available, and there are projector files.

If you would like to download the pattern you can click on the blue button below.

Click here to get the pattern