The Lumberjack Shirt- flannel button up shirt or jacket for baby and boys sizes 3m-14 PDF Sewing Pattern by Patterns for PIrates

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This is a PDF sewing pattern and tutorial to teach you how to create these tops and dresses. THIS IS NOT A FINISHED PRODUCT.

This intermediate pattern is the perfect fall staple; with a comfortable, cozy and look like daddy style!

Separate cuff pieces mean you can mix it up with a contrast cuff when they’re rolled up! Perfect for adding that character fabric he loves, but keeping it nice on the outside! Options include being able to fully line the shirt, which makes it a wonderful layering piece for fall and winter months. Or leave it unlined in cotton for the spring and summer time. Options for a classic collar and collar stand, and a very fun hood (what boys don’t LOVE a hood!).


Sizes included: 3m,6m,9m,12m,18m,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10,12,14. You will receive the easy to print and match color coded pattern pieces, on NO TRIM PAGES, and a full color and detailed picture step by step tutorial and guide to making the garment.

Your computer or device must have Adobe to open,view, and print PDF files.


Please message me if you have any questions or concerns--or take a look around my facebook for LOTS more pictures! www.facebook.com/patternsforpirates


You may sell items made from this pattern. You may not sell, copy, or redistribute this pattern to others.



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Very easy pattern. Love it!
Dec 4, 2017 by Abbie Bedwell
Sep 19, 2017 by GrowingSeasonSoaps
I was really excited to make these jackets for my kids. I still a beginner but tend to do well with good instructions and visuals. I now have two unfinished jackets because I just can't figure it out. First problem I'm having is the little slit on sleeve where you'd attach cuffs. Secondly, the hemming on the bottom. Unless I did it wrong but I can't fold mine under edge to edge because there's parts bears edges which are already sewn down. My plan is just use bias tape on bottom and hopefully that will look okay.
Sep 13, 2017 by Kayla Hansen
Mar 18, 2016 by nadia seo
Dec 2, 2015 by Robin J

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