Mighty Girl Clothing

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Mighty Girl Clothing

  1. 1. Mighty Girl Clothing Design. Anna Crosland, T.L.
  2. 2. These patterns can be a dress, pants, skirt, jacket or body suit.
  3. 3. Fold along the top IF YOU HAVE PRINT FABRIC, THE PATTERN SHOULD BE ON THE INSIDE
  4. 4. Make the neck hole small. You can always make it bigger later.
  5. 5. Choose thread that is close to the colour of your fabric. This is done in black so you can see it better. Leave about a pencil width around the edge. Pattern on the INSIDE.
  6. 6. Can be an astronaut suit by cutting up the middle to make pants.
  7. 7. Turn the item inside out.
  8. 8. Cut carefully up the middle. This will be the back of the dress.
  9. 9. Use the same piece of paper to make a jacket or top. Cut it to the length you want.
  10. 10. Fold along the top
  11. 11. Cut larger than pattern. Jackets are wider than a dress.
  12. 12. IF YOU HAVE PRINT FABRIC, THE PATTERN SHOULD BE ON THE INSIDE
  13. 13. Don’t stitch along the bottom.
  14. 14. Cut up the middle of the front.
  15. 15. Turn inside out.
  16. 16. Cut small neck space
  17. 17. Iron if necessary to make a collar.
  18. 18. Add buttons to stitch it closed. The buttons will not undo. They are for show.
  19. 19. This pattern can be pants or a long or short skirt.
  20. 20. Sew like the other pieces and turn inside out. The waist will be big.
  21. 21. Stitch to fit - see next pic.
  22. 22. Stitch to fit. Gather at the back.
  23. 23. The saree was tricky. There are a lot of hidden stitches and folds underneath. I made a top with a small piece of fabric.
  24. 24. See next pic for saree wrapping ideas.

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