My kids are 6 and 4 and both their measurements fall into size 5. I had a muslin done (pic attached) and while the finished shirt is fine for casual wear, I need to make the body and sleeve a bit narrower as the shirts will be worn under suit jackets for a wedding. The shoulder fits them perfectly, just a bit too wide.
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Yours looks awesome!! I have a stash of knit fabrics and now I can’t help but thinking of converting all of them into cappuccino 😀
I tried to zoom in your pictures but couldn’t really see the stitches, did you use straight stitch for the neckband and all vertical seams? Should I use zigzag for the bottom hem?
That’s a great idea Nicole! Would it be possible to send me the link through private message? I’d love to see your version of Cappuccino 🙂
I agree that muslin is the best route to take but my aunt lives overseas 🙁
Ok, so I’ll do size 4 with FBA and check the ease amount on the waist/hip again. Thanks for all your input! 🙂
Hello! I’m sewing Cappuccino tunic for my aunt and need help with the size.
Should I choose the size based on high bust or full bust for this pattern? High bust is size 4, full bust size 8 and she has B cup (5cm difference between high/full bust).
Also her waist is size 16 but hip is size 10. So should I use size 10 or 16 when grading?
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