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THE WINNIE • Pattern

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By Merchant & Mills, The Winnie is a paper sewing pattern.

Garment Details: A traditional pair of pyjamas with either long or short sleeves and long or short – short bottoms. The top and short bottoms can be piped (optional).

Sizing: This is a multi-size paper pattern in an envelope, including sizes UK 6–18 and 18-28. Sizing & finished garment measurements can be found here and fabric requirements can be found here.  When consulting the ‘fabric requirements’ chart you need to add your top choice and bottom choice together to get the total amount of fabric you need for the set.

Fabric Suggestions: Light to medium weight woven such as linenbrushed cotton, cotton lawn, cotton poplin, linen/tencel blends or Tencel,  Indian handlooms or cotton double gauze. 

The samples pictured all made with M&M fabrics:
Wide Stripe - Forager Stripe
Skinny Stripe full length - Ollie Stripe
Brown - Christensen 160gsm Linen, Larli wears a UK 20.
Large Check - EU laundered linen, Claire wears UK28.

The dressing gown pictured is the  Sunday pattern.

Trims required: Matching thread, 4 x 10mm buttons (top), 0.65m of lightweight interfacing (top), 5cm of lightweight interfacing (all bottoms), 30–45cm x 2.5cm elastic (all bottoms), 3–3.5m x 00 size piping (top – optional) & 1.6–2m x 00 size piping (short shorts – optional)

Skill Level: Suitable for an Intermediate Level.

All seam allowances are 1cm unless otherwise stated.

Photo credits: Merchant & Mills.

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