Mini Tania culottes pattern

$12.00 AUD

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Modern take on culottes combining the practicality of shorts with the appearance of a skirt. Pattern features three variations, an elastic waistband, wonderful drape, and hidden centre front and back pleats to create the illusion of a skirt.

Version 1 is shorts length, Version 2 is knee length and Version 3 is midi length.

Skill: 2/5

Ages: 3-12 (each pattern includes all sizes)

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  • Digital Instruction Booklet / 13 pages
  • Print at Home Pattern / 58 pages
  • A0 Copy Shop Pattern / 3 pages

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Katie Stuart
Fashion trousers

A quick sew. Made from from what I already had, no unusual notions required.
My 10yo has really been wanting a pair of culottes even though they’re not on her school’s fashion runway currently. If I make them again I’d add some really deep pockets. And the longest version requires more fabric than trousers but less than a circle skirt. So I would coordinate two separate fabrics from my stash.

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Tiffany
Pants!

My daughter loves to wear twirly skirts. This pattern gives her some twirl while also offering more coverage and practicality since they're secretly pants! Love the elastic waistband-makes it a quick sew.

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Katie Stuart
Fashion trousers

A quick sew. Made from from what I already had, no unusual notions required.
My 10yo has really been wanting a pair of culottes even though they’re not on her school’s fashion runway currently. If I make them again I’d add some really deep pockets. And the longest version requires more fabric than trousers but less than a circle skirt. So I would coordinate two separate fabrics from my stash.

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Tiffany
Pants!

My daughter loves to wear twirly skirts. This pattern gives her some twirl while also offering more coverage and practicality since they're secretly pants! Love the elastic waistband-makes it a quick sew.

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