The Ringer Tee FREE sewing pattern (0-3mths to 5-6yrs)

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The Ringer Tee FREE sewing pattern

Are you ready for a fast project? Do you have some funky fabric laying around, waiting to be made? Then, you gonna love this ringer tee sewing pattern! The pattern is perfect if you are starting out as a beginner. It’s super cute and adorable for your little ones. It’s very comfortable, easy to make and a breeze to dress and undress. Suitable for both indoors and outdoors, your kiddo is just going to love it!

The Ringer Tee FREE sewing pattern

The designer has included a short and long sleeve option.

What you will need to make a Ringer Tee:-

  • Knit fabric – 0.5 yards for sizes 0-3 months to 3-4 years or 0.75 yards for sizes 4-5 and 5-6.
  • Ribbing for neck, arm and waistbands. The designer suggests 1×1 rib knit or cotton/lycra jersey for light to medium weight fabrics and a 2×1 rib knit for heavyweight fabrics. You will need 0.13 yards for all sizes.
  • Basic sewing supplies.
  • Overlock machine / Serger. If you don’t own one, you can use a small zig-zag stitch on your sewing machine in place of the serged seam.

The Ringer Tee FREE sewing pattern

This project makes a beautiful t-shirt for both your baby and toddler. Your little one needs to feel cosy and you can achieve that by creating your own t-shirt with a perfect knit fabric.

We give many thanks to the creator (Melissa Hendrickson of Brindle & Twig) of this pattern for sharing it with all of us for FREE, so we can all enjoy making this cute and practical Ringer Tee.

The pattern comes in layers and if you would like to add this free pattern to your collection you can click on the button below.

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