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Looking for some shorts with a classic 70’s vibe? Styled after retro active wear the ‘Those 70’s shorts’ sewing pattern is easy to follow and beginner friendly and will have you sewing up some adorable high waisted track shorts in no time flat.
These retro beauties are designed to be sewn in a jersey or interlock fabric, and with the elastic waist they slip on and off easily and are very comfortable to wear. The shorts look equally great with your knee socks and roller skates or worn over your swimmers on those endless summer days.
Those 70’s Shorts by Thread Faction Studio feature:
- Classic retro shape with a high rise.
- Bound contrast leg opening and side stripe.
- Anti-twist elastic waist.
- Optional front and or back welt or faux welt pockets.
- Custom fitting instructions.
The pattern starts at a size 6 and goes up to a size 24 with 2 pocket options (welt or faux welt), and 4 different positions so you can arrange them to suit your style.
To see how this pattern looks on all different body types, have a look at all of our testers versions here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?vanity=ThreadFactionStudio&set=a.3505735372803979
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When you finish your purchase you will recieve an email with a link to download your PDF Pattern. You can print out your pattern on regular letter or A4 paper and tape it together, or send the file off to the printers to get it printed in A0 format (so you don't have to tape it together).
The pattern comes with beginner friendly written instructions with illustrations for each step.
If you purchase this pattern and find it too hard, you realize it's not what you wanted or you are dissatisfied with it in any way you can contact me within 30 days and receive a full refund.
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