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TheBubblaShorts_TheEliMonster.pdf
By The Eli Monster

  • $8.97
  • Newborn-12y
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  • Beginner

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The Bubbla Shorts are sure to become a staple in your little one’s summer wardrobe.  Elastic in the waistband allows for easy dressing and a cute bubble shape adds a bit of whimsy.  A streamlined band at the leg finishes off the shorts and polishes the look.  Perfect in a chambray or seersucker for summer or sew up a pair in corduroy or wool and wear with tights and a blazer for an awesome winter look.Baby sizes have extra room to accommodate cloth diapers while the big kid sizes are slimmed down and have a more grown up aesthetic.Sewing Level: BeginnerAll of The Eli Monster sewing patterns come with full color photographs to compliment the step by step instructions. Never second guess where you are supposed to sew or place. All pattern pieces are computer drawn; to save paper, cutting dimensions for rectangular pieces is included in leu of drawn out pieces.Your pattern will be instantly downloadable upon checkout. You will need Adobe Reader to open and read this PDF file and 8.5×11 paper to print out the pattern. No paper copy will be mailed to you.You may sell items made from this pattern in small batches. Please credit pattern to The Eli Monster. Pattern is copyrighted; do not sell or copy pattern.
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The Eli Monster

The Eli Monster formed after Stephanie began sewing cloth diapers for her own little monster, Eli. After months of searching popular brands for cute and edgy diapers while sewing for her own Eli and then for younger monster Adlai, she discovered that other moms were in the same boat. So Stephanie began the long process of designing and redesigning a diaper that was both trim and well fitting for skinny minis and buddha babies alike. Using her original pattern and skills learned while in school (Southern Illinois University-go Salukis!) she began creating diapers that are both trend forward and practical.As her own children grew and there was no longer a need for cloth diapers at home and traveling became a larger part of their family life, she decided to focus on sewing and knitting patterns.