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MODKID® Summer Fun
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Best-selling author Patty Young, of ever-popular MODKID®, debuts her newest collection of vacation outfits and accessories for 18” dolls in MODKID® Summer Fun. Featuring fashionable details like ruching, gusseted pockets, and gathers, the full-size patterns come in a handy pattern pack format, including an easy-to-follow instruction booklet. From a swimsuit and cover-up to a sleeping bag and beach tote, these miniature designs are simple to make and stylish to boot!
Published: C&T Publishing, Inc. an imprint of NBN Books on
ISBN: 9781607059332
List price: $11.99
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Cargo Shorts

Fabric and Notions Requirements

* Woven fabrics like quilting cottons, twill, linen, muslin, or lightweight corduroy: About ¼ yard or small scraps big enough for the pattern pieces

* 4 strips of ¼˝-wide ribbon or cording, 8˝ long

* 4˝ of ½˝-wide elastic

* 2 squares ⅜˝ × ⅜˝ of sewable hook-and-loop fastener

* 3 decorative buttons

Cut

* Pattern piece A (shorts front): Cut 2 (1 and 1 reversed).

* Pattern piece B (shorts back): Cut 2 (1 and 1 reversed).

* Pattern piece C (shorts front waistband): Cut 1.

* Pattern piece D (shorts back waistband): Cut 1.

* Pattern piece E (casing): Cut 2.

* Pattern piece F (pocket): Cut 4.

* Pattern piece G (pocket flap): Cut 4.

Sewing Instructions

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1. Place a shorts front (pattern piece A) and a shorts back (pattern piece B), right sides together, and pin along the side edge. Stitch with a ¼˝ seam allowance and finish with a serger or zigzag stitch (Figure A˝ from the seam. Repeat for remaining front and back pieces.

2. Create 2 buttonholes ¼˝ tall at each side where indicated on the pattern pieces (Figure B).

3. Place a casing (pattern piece E) over the bottom edge of the shorts, right sides together, and pin along the bottom raw edges. Stitch with a ¼˝ seam allowance (Figure C). Press casing toward wrong side of shorts. Finish the loose edge of the casing with a serger or zigzag stitch if desired. Stitch along the right side of the shorts ⅝˝ up from the finished edge (Figure D). Repeat for other half of the shorts.