Santa Cruz Board Shorts sewing pattern (newborn to 12 years)

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Santa Cruz Board Shorts sewing pattern (newborn to 12 years)

 

Has your child outgrown their clothes from last year as mine has? No worries! You can get ready for sunny days with the Santa Cruz Board Shorts Sewing Pattern! The pattern comes in fourteen different sizes (newborn to 12 years) so you will be able to make lots of pairs as your kid grows.

You can make The Santa Cruz Board Shorts from your favorite knit or woven fabrics. They are great for the beach and perfect for playing or swimming! For sizes 2T to 12 years the designer has included an optional boxer brief or bikini bottom lining. These shorts also feature an elastic waist that will provide a comfy and flexible fit. They are the perfect pair of shorts for active kids.

Santa Cruz Board Shorts sewing pattern (newborn to 12 years)

This sewing pattern includes the following options:-

  • Shorties or Knee Length,
  • Plain or Colorblocked Back,
  • Optional Drawstring,
  • Optional Boxer Brief or Bikini Lining in sizes 2t-12 for sports and swimming.

More about the technical stuff:-

  • The pattern comes with a full tutorial and color photos in an easy to print PDF.
  • Pattern pieces are computer generated and color-coded for easy cutting.
  • Pattern includes layers so you can just print off the size you need and an A0 format for printing at a copy shop.

Available sizes:-

  • Newborn.
  • 3 months.
  • 6 months.
  • 12 months.
  • 18 months.
  • 2T.
  • 3T.
  • 4T.
  • 5.
  • 6.
  • 7.
  • 8.
  • 10.
  • 12.

 

Santa Cruz Board Shorts sewing pattern (newborn to 12 years)

 

Anne R. from Australia rates the pattern 5 out of 5 stars and says:-

“Great pattern, easy to make and looks fabulous made up. I made 2 pairs and added a 2″ strip up the side of the shorts as my grandson had grown to the next size – that looked really good and he LOVES them.”

Are you ready to make your Santa Cruz Board Shorts? Click on the button below to get the pattern, and start making a pair today! 

 

Click here to get the pattern