Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it?
Were the instructions easy to follow?
Yes. Jumper was very simple.
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern?
Simple basic A-line jumper for infant/toddlers.
Corduroy, lined with flannel
Pattern alterations or any design changes you made:
The pattern calls for stretch knits or fleece. This might be important for the jacket or pants but for the jumper I used non-stretch material and it turned out fine. The instructions have you interface a front and back facing but I didn't bother to interface as I was using non stretch flannel for the lining and the corduroy had enough body not to need it. I also lined the whole jumper (just cut out matching front and back pieces in the flannel) I attached them the same way the instructions would have you attach the facings. I then just cut the lining about 1" shorter than the dress and serged the hem to finish it.
This is the second jumper I've made. My sister thought the 1st one was a bit short. My niece is a long baby so it may be fine on others. So for this version I added 1" to the hemline.
I left off the pockets but appliqued the pear shape to the front. I also added some rid-rac trim for fun.
Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others?
Yes. I've made two of these. They are simple basic jumpers that go together really fast.
I think the jacket is cut too and my make it in the future.
Cute, easy jumper.
I made several of these along with some matching onsies, shirts, leggings and booties. Pic is of this jumper, shirt (McCall 6103), baby tights (Made by Rae free pattern), and booties (McCall 6342).
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