This beginner’s pattern and tutorial allow you to create three fully reversible collars to add onto any of your child’s clothing with the possibility of two different closure system.
From lightweight to heavy-weight linen, lyocell, silk noil, soft cotton shirting, cotton cheesecloth, cotton voile, hemp, flannelette, corduroy, velvet, denim, any soft, natural woven fabrics with a good drape. Avoid fabrics that are too thick and too stiff.
You may choose to add wadding for a quilted look or interfacing to add stiffness to thin fabrics.
If you are not sure which fabric to use, look up the hashtag #collarmimito on Instagram for inspiration.
This project is a great way to use your fabric scraps.
- Fabric / thread
- Iron-on interfacing (optional)
- Trim, corded piping (optional)
- Ribbons or sew-on snaps
PDF SEWING PATTERN AND TUTORIAL
Please note: This tutorial can be printed into an A5 booklet.
This pattern contains two files. A Print At Home file and a Copy Shop file.
The Copy Shop file can be printed at any printing store onto a large piece of paper. It needs to be printed true to size at scale 100%. This specific file fit onto an A2 paper or US equivalent. Remember to measure the check square at the store before you go home to make sure your pattern has been printed correctly. The Copy Shop file is also suited for projector.
The Print At Home file can be printed at home with any standard printer at scale 100%. It contains 6 pages that you need to assemble by cutting the margins and taping the pages together following the numbers indicated on each page. This file suits both A4 and US Letter printers.
All seam allowances are included on the pattern pieces and indicated in this tutorial.
You will find a step by step video tutorial on my YouTube channel Atelier MIMITO.
This way you can sew as you watch and pause when needed.
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- PDF / POCHETTE
- File content
- Projector file
US Letter sewing pattern