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Charlie Tee PDF Sewing Pattern

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Meet our newest pattern the Charlie Tee with chest pocket! But wait, who’s still hibernating inside waiting for spring to come? It’s mister pocket bear! This versatile pattern gives you the option to either create a “normal” pocket or to add the bear pocket artwork - when pulled out, the pocket becomes a fun and surprising bear artwork - smiles guaranteed!


The Charlie Tee pattern is a great start for your little one’s spring wardrobe, but it’s versatility will help you through all seasons! The pattern gives you the option between long or short sleeves, folded hems or cuffs & a waistband and an optional shoulder closure.


Techniques involved include sewing with knits, straight & curved seams, sleeves and attaching bands. Techniques involved when adding the bear artwork or shoulder closure include sewing small parts (woven and/or knits), creating embroidery-like dense stitching (for the bear face)  fusing interfacing and setting snap buttons.


SIZE RANGE
62 - 116 |  0-3m - 5-6y


SKILL LEVEL ?
Confident Beginner Skill level: Confident Beginner


SUGGESTED MATERIALS
Jersey knit fabrics with stretch (lycra, spandex or elastane).
0.5 meter/yard for sizes 62 - 74 | 0-3M - 6-9M
0,75 meter/yard for sizes 80 - 98 | 9-12M - 2-3Y
1 meter/yard for sizes 104 - 116 | 3-4Y - 5-6Y

For the neckband:
Rib knit fabric
0,25 meter/yard for all sizes
or a jersey knit fabric with at least 25% stretch (lycra, spandex or elastane).
0.25 meter/yard for sizes 62 - 92 | 0-3M - 18-24M
0,33 meter/yard for sizes 98 - 116 | 2-3y - 5-6y

Contrast fabric: 
0,25 meter/yard for all sizes

Bear pocket:
Small piece of woven or jersey fabric
Felt in 2 colors

NOTIONS
Thread
Ballpoint sewing needle
2-3 snap buttons
Interfacing for knits (needed when adding the shoulder closure)
optional: twin needle

 

MACHINES
Sewing machine / Serger. When using a sewing machine, use a knit stitch or small zigzag stitch in place of the serged seam. Finish the seams with a big zigzag stitch.


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