This is the printed version of the sewing pattern.
Stella is a gorgeous headband that you tie into a knot bow. It’s the perfect accessory to most garments, for example the Amelie or Olivia dress/top/tunic.
Sizes: Seven sizes from newborn to approximately 12 years (but the largest size will also fit some older teenagers and adults).
Recommended fabric:Light to medium weight knit fabrics, such as jersey (cotton/lycra) or french terry.
Level of difficulty: 1/3 (easy)
Format: Our patterns are color-printed on high quality paper that you can use many times over. The tutorial is also color-printed, as an A4-booklet.
Note! You don't need a serger for this garment, but you can use one for most of it.
See fabric requirements and size chart among the pictures.
In the including tutorial you receive help from start to finish. It’s a solid and detailed description of each step in the making of this garment. It includes clear pictures, explanatory text and tips that will give the garment a professional look. If you’re a beginner, or new to some of the techniques this will be an opportunity for you to develop your sewing skills. The tutorial also includes a size chart and a fabric requirements chart. All measurements are listed in both metric and imperial units.
The sewing pattern and tutorial will be delivered to your shipping address. We always ship within 1-2 working days.
SELLING THE ITEMS YOU MAKE
You may sell items made with this pattern, and I wish you good luck with your business! But you may only sell the garments if you are the purchaser of the patterns and are sewing yourself. It is not allowed to transfer the pattern to another party. When selling a garment based on our patterns you should state that the pattern is a design by Threads by Caroline.
You may not resell, copy, or redistribute this pattern in any form. The buyer of a sewing pattern from Threads by Caroline may only use it personally. Sharing or exchanging a pattern with other parties is strictly prohibited. No part of the sewing pattern may be copied or shared without written permission from Threads by Caroline.