summer sew along 2013 part 2 t and capris .pdf
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Summer Sew-Along 2013
Part 2: Pajamas (or T and capris)
As always this pattern is © by me (Jennie Bagrowski) and is for your personal use only, you MAY share
it by linking to this blog, you may NOT sell it. If you sell things made from this pattern I’d appreciate
credit for the pattern design.
I assume you have basic sewing knowledge and the pictures should suffice, but if you need help
please email me!
Want to see what others are making? http://www.flickr.com/groups/summersewalong/
Proud of your project? Post your pix to our flickr group – go to the site and click “join group” or email
me for an invitation to join: jenwrenne at yahoo dot com
Construction order for the T-shirt:
Sew shoulder seams
Hem the sleeves
Hem the neckline
Sew up the side seams –
Clip under the arm so it will lay flat when you turn it (see photo)
5. Hem bottom and attach closures to the back
This T is meant to be a little roomy (for PJs). Check the pix to see the fit and adjust the side seams or
back opening to make it tighter if you want.
Here are some ideas to get a matching motif onto the Tshirt:
Cut the motif out of your main fabric, and bond it to fusible web. Place on the T-shirt as desired
and zigzag around the edges.
Scan the motifs into your computer and print out on transfer paper. Cut around the motif and
iron it onto the T-shirt.
If you have an embroidery machine and the appropriate software, scan the motif into your
computer and digitize it.
Construction order for the pants:
• Sew the center front seam
• Finish the edge at the top, fold it down and sew casing for the elastic. Insert elastic to fit
• Sew up the center back seam, hem the bottom and sew the crotch seam.
If you would like to use a drawstring instead of elastic, reverse the above instructions. Sew
the back seam first then look at the pictures below to see how to finish the top edge.
Want more versatility from this pattern? I drafted a simple circular skirt to attach to the T also and
accessorized it with a flower made from this: http://www.amazon.com/Clover-Kanzashi-FlowerMaker-Pointed/dp/B004ZKPY1G/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1365689163&sr=82&keywords=clover+kanzashi+flower+maker (note Amazon is priced kind of high for these…)
If you don’t want to buy a template, do a search for “free kanzashi pattern” or “fabric flower
pattern” or just wait a few weeks and I should have an easy flower tutorial.
Want the circle skirt pattern? It will “cost” you a picture. Post a pic of something you’ve made so
far on the flickr group and I will send you the skirt pattern.