The Skipper Top PDF Pattern

Skipper Top PDF Pattern – $9
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The Seafarer Top for girls is here! This dolman style top is comfortable and versatile, and will soon become a favorite in your little girl’s wardrobe. Before you know it, she’ll have a new top for every day of the week!

The Skipper Top PDF Pattern has two neckline options…

Two sleeve options…

And two hem options!
Add a heart or pentagonal pocket…
Or dress it up with lace!

Pattern Details:

  • recommended experience level: confident beginner
  • Sizes Girls’ 6m-10
  • full color photographs and detailed instructions to guide you through each step
  • full sized professional pattern pieces
  • tips for sewing with knits
  • tips for sizing
  • plenty of design options

Pattern is an instant download PDF file. The download link will be instantly sent to the email address that is on file with your Paypal account, so please ensure that Paypal has your correct email address on file. You’ll also have the option to download the file from a pop-up window that will appear immediately after your purchase. Either way, make sure to save the file to your computer for future use. Also please be aware that if you pay by e-check through Paypal, the payment will take 5-7 business days to process, and the download link will not be emailed to you until that time. Let us know if you have any problems or questions along the way!

Skipper Top PDF Pattern – $9
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Be sure to show off your finished tops to the Sew Much Ado Flickr Pool!

Copyright Info: This pattern is for individual use only. You may not copy or distribute this pattern to any individual or group. You may make and sell items using this pattern on a small, home based scale. Please credit “Skipper Top Pattern designed by sewmuchado.com” on any listings or tags.

Comments

  1. oh abby! it’s way way awesome! all the girls look so adorable too!

  2. Fabulous work! Those girls will be the best dressed ever!
    Esther
    esthersipatchandquilt at yahoo dot com
    Ipatchandquilt dot wordpress dot com

  3. Thank you! I have been anxiously waiting for this! Now to get sewing, school starts in a week and a half!

  4. Great fabric choices, love every top!

  5. Abby, these are the cutest pictures! And I love the fabrics you used! Excited about this pattern.

  6. These turned out so cute! And your models are absolutely adorable!

  7. ack too cute!!!

  8. Soooo super cute Abby! I love your little models too – they are darling!

  9. Looks fantastic Abby. Love love love the photos.

  10. These are all soooo cute! I can’t even pick a favorite :) I can’t wait to sew up all the different options, such a great pattern!

  11. Anonymous says:

    Pretty cute girlies! The shirts are ok too. Just joking. They’re so cute! You’re so talented Abby! :)

    –SL

  12. YAY! It looks awesome, Abby. Probably because it is awesome. You’re awesome. Awesome awesome awesome.

  13. How sweet pics!!! How lovely girls and how super cute shirts! Thanks for sharing!
    Have a wonderful week!
    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft
    http://www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

  14. Congrats Abby on such a cute pattern! I’ve loved seeing everyone’s versions of it! You are so talented:).

  15. What is the name of the multicolored herringbone fabric?

  16. Lola is so incredibly cute! The tops look fantastic.

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