Girl’s split skirt and knit top pattern. This pattern features wide, pleated culottes that look like a full skirt but are more versatile. They can be worn for a wide range of activities from biking to turning flips on the monkey bars. Pull-on styling includes front and back inverted box pleats, back elastic, and hidden side pockets. The boxy knit top can be made up as a sweatshirt with pockets that are perfect for storing all kinds of tiny treasures, or it can be sewn up as a T-shirt with cute cuffed sleeves.
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After successfully sewing this pattern, you will have developed the following skills: front-hip pockets, flat-set sleeves, knit fabric, in-seam pockets.
Tee: Light- to medium-weight knit fabrics with at least 25% stretch like jersey, French terry, cotton fleece, velour, and waffle knit.
Culottes: Light- to medium-weight woven fabrics like quilting cotton, broadcloth, chambray, denim, fine-wale corduroy, twill, gabardine, and linen.
Tee: Coordinating thread, lightweight fusible interfacing (knit or nonwoven).
Culottes: Coordinating thread, lightweight fusible interfacing, approximately 18" of 3/4" elastic.