Leggings, stirrup tights and mini-skirt that are great for layering with your favorite tops or cardigan
- Leggings and tights have and encased elastic waist
- The self-lined mini-skirt (no hemming) has an exposed elastic waist for minimal bulk (since it is designed to be worn underneath longer tops)
SIZES IN ONE ENVELOPE 27 PDF Info Tiled PDF, A4 Paper, Letter Size Recommended Fabric Knit with 60% across the grain and in the length Designed for Girls, Women, Plus sizes
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Customer Reviews 4 item(s)
- Great pattern
I have made tons of these for three granddaughters. I was more successful going by their age than measurements in choosing the right size. Fantastic pattern, super fast to make up. Also made some shorter ones for capris and even shorts. All the kids love them and the best thing is that the same pattern will be used over and over as they grow! Thank you Jalie!
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- Good Fit
I used this pattern for three different ladies: one weighing 35 kg, one weighing 70 kg, and one weighing 97 kg. The measurements provided were spot on, only the largest needed a length adjustment (she was also tall) and all have been very happy with their tights. The smallest one especially had had difficulty finding appropriate tights, so this pattern, with its range of sizes, was especially useful.
- Great Pattern
I made the leggings for a Halloween outfit. The size was perfect and they are quick and easy to make. I will definately be making these again.
- Nice leggings
I made both the leggings and the stirrup tights and both fit well. As the fabric for the leggings had only one way stretch, I just added length to match my daughter's leg length plus an inch to the top, and they turned out perfect. Neither of the pants turned out baggy in the wrong places like some leggings patterns I have used, and I like the way the stirrup is done.