Long sleeve t-shirt made from knits. With envelope neck, perfect for both babies and toddlers because it's so easy to get over their heads. The pattern is for sizes 3 months through 2T.
* Znok knit Jurassic (long sleeve)
100 cm x 30 cm (40 in x 12 in) - (EU size 56) (US 3 months)
100 cm x 35 cm (40 in x 14 in) - (EU size 62) (US 6 months)
110 cm x 40 cm (44 in x 16 in) - (EU size 68) (US 9 months)
130 cm x 45 cm (52 in x 18 in) - (EU size 74) (US 12 months)
140 cm x 45 cm (55 in x 18 in) - (EU size 80) (US 18 months)
150 cm x 50 cm (60 in x 20 in) - (EU size 86) (US 24 months)
150 cm x 60 cm (60 in x 24 in) - (EU size 92) (US 2T)
* Jersey / Interlock / ribbing (neckband)
- 4,5 cm x 70 cm - 1.8 in x 28 in (3 months - 12 months)
- 4,5 cm x 80 cm - 1.8 in x 32 in (18 months - 2T)
Chosing a clothing size:
The European clothing size is equal to the length of your child in cm, measured without shoes. Always chose a size larger than the size of your child, unless the size of your child is exactly the same as the clothing size. Children clothes don't come in small, medium, large and extra large. The patterns on my website are sized medium. Is your child bigger than average, chose one size larger and shorten the sleeves with 1 à 1,5 cm (0,4 - 0,6 in).
Download the free sewing pattern from the list below. Set your printer settings to A4 paper.
(EU size 56) (US 3 months)
(EU size 62) (US 6 months)
(EU size 68) (US 9 months)
(EU size 74) (US 12 months)
(EU size 80) (US 18 months)
(EU size 86) (US 24 months)
(EU size 92) (US 2T)
When working with knits, it is important not to stretch or pull the fabric while sewing. Also use a stretch needle and a stretch stitch. In this pattern all seams are sewed with a twin needle.
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|Step 1: Draw the pattern.|
Draw the pattern with an aqua trickmarker on the back of the fabric.
The pattern is without seam allowance. Ad 1 cm (0,4 in) seam allowance. Ad 2 cm (0,4 in) seam allowance at the bottom of the sleeves and the bottom of the shirt. Draw the neckline without seam allowance.
|Step 2: Cut the fabric.|
Cut a front piece, a back piece and two sleeves out of the fabric.
|Step 3: Sew neckband.|
Take your ribbing fabric and cut it about 4,5 cm (1.8 in) wide. Align the raw edges of the neckband with the raw edge of the neck opening, wrong sides together. Sew 1 cm (0.4 in) from the outer edge. Stretch the neckband while you sew, but be careful not to stretch or pull the long sleeve fabric.
|Step 4: Sew neckband.|
Fold the neckband over the cut edge, re-fold and pin down. Sew.
|Step 5: Sew part of the shoulder seam.|
Put the shoulder of the back piece over the front piece and pin down. Sew.
|Step 6: Sew the sleeves.|
Fold the seam allowance of the bottom of the sleeves to the inside and pin down. Sew the hems in place.
|Step 7: Sew the sleeve into the armhole.|
Pin the left sleeve right sides together, into the armhole. Sew.
|Step 8: Pin down the sides of the shirt.|
|Step 9: Sew.|
|Step 11: Fold the seam allowance to the inside.|
|Step 12: Sew the hem in place.|
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