- A: Asymmetrical leotard with wide contrast strap and contrast binding.
- B: Asymmetrical leotard with contrast binding and three spaghetti straps you can criss-cross or braid.
Add a skirt to the leotard to turn it into a dance or skating dress
SIZES IN ONE ENVELOPE 22 PDF Info Tiled PDF, A4 Paper, Letter Size Recommended Fabric Knit with 60% stretch in the length and across the width Designed for Girls, Women
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Customer Reviews 3 item(s)
- Great but watch the torso length
I made view A as a swimsuit for my DD with a full lining, and it was really cute and wore well. Watch the torso (i.e. "Girth") measurement however as I have had to add two to three inches to the suit each time I have made it but each person is different. I believe if you watch and adjust for the torso length, this suit never fails and provides great coverage for little girls.
- the asymmetrical part could be less fussy to make
I've made about 10 of these and had to alter the asymmetrical shoulder side so that the main body came up higher for better coverage. I do not use the pattern as shown with the braided fabric, it just doesn't cover well and my daughter refused to wear it - she said it pulled open and you could see down the front when she was on bars. I've made this enough times to know I probably won't use it again. What I want is pattern that looks like the GK asymmetrical leos. Just make it simpler.
- Love this pattern!
I found this pattern easy to understand, great step by step with the binding!