This vintage bike print t shirt sewing pattern has been created with elasticated pockets at the 'back'.
Because some children find seams and labels itchy scratchy and painful the bike print kids t shirt has external seams and can be worn either way round which makes it especially suitable for sensory kids and those with autism.
The pocket t shirt / tank top /cycle shirt has a low neckline and it can be worn with tight clothes underneath if required.
Full photographic instructions come with the pattern which will be sent as an instant download to your inbox once payment has been made. Please check your spam folder if the pattern doesn’t arrive.
The fabric shown in the photographs is from the Ruth Maddock Makes shop at spoonflower.com - you can buy this at https://www.spoonflower.com/profiles/ruthmaddockmakes
You can also make the cycle shirt in any stretch fabric from your local fabric store.
Materials 1 yard cycle shirt printed pattern panel from Spoonflower.com as specified on the website at www.ruthmaddockmakes.com AND 1 fat quarter (unprinted) for last 2 sizes only.
OR - 0.75(1,1,1,1,1,1,1.25,) metre x 142 cm (56 inches) of medium (approx. 300gsm) weight cotton Jersey with at least 25% stretch.
Sewing kit including straight stitch sewing machine. Contrast polyester sewing thread. Stretch sewing machine needles — change these needles frequently. Fine line vanishing fabric marker.
The shorts pattern is also available in this Etsy shop.
For more patterns and to find out more about sensory processing disorder see my website www.ruthmaddockmakes.com