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waist
hip
shell fabric
45”
60”
side length0
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BODY MEASUREMENTS
FABRIC REQUIRED (YARDS)
FINISHED GARMENT (INCHES)
TOOLS SUPPLIES
FABRIC
Lightweight fabrics such as silk or
rayon crepe, chiffon, georgette, light
silk twill, silk habotai, jacquard.
sewing scissors

pins

pattern

weights
marking pen

or chalk
buttonhole foot
• shell fabric

2

1
/2 yards 1 /4
inch ribbon
2

1
/ yards 1 /4
inch elastic
XS S M L
XL
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patterns
MADELEINE MINI-BLOOMERS
VISIT COLETTEPATTERNS.COM FOR MORE TIPS AND TUTORIALS.
This sewing pattern by Colette Patterns is licensed under a Creative Com
mons Attribution-Non
-
commercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.

Getting Started
LAY OUT THE PIECES
Lay out the pattern pieces as shown in the cutting

layout diagrams.
Use pattern weights to hold the pattern in place,

which will allow you to cut more accurately than pin -
ning the pattern to the fabric.
Start by placing any pieces that go along the fold.

Lay out the other pieces, making sure the grainline

arrow is parallel to the selvedge. To do this, measure
from each end of the arrow to the selvage. The dis -
tances should be exactly the same from both points.
Seam allowances are included in the pattern, and are

a standard 5/8” for all seams, unless otherwise noted
in the pattern.
After sewing each seam, finish it for a neater look and

longer lasting garment. See the glossary for some
finishing suggestions. Cut along the outlines you’ve traced, cutting away any

pen or pencil lines.
Also cut out the notches that appear on the edges.

These will help you to line up pieces.Use your marking pen, pencil, or chalk to trace the

pattern pieces onto your fabric, and transfer all of the
pattern markings onto the wrong side of the fabric,
including notches and circles.
Mark the center front of pieces that are cut on the

fold. This will help you to align pieces accurately.
FIND YOUR SIZE
Use the size chart to determine your size. Colette

Patterns have less ease than many other patterns to
provide a closer, more tailored fit. If Ru are between
sizes, choose the larger size.
TRACE THE PATTERN
CUT IT OUT
ABOUT SEAMSASSEMBLE THE PATTERN
Print out the pieces that form your pattern. Look for

the 4” by 4” test square and measure it to insure that
your pattern has printed correctly.
Cut out each of the 6” by 10” rectangles that contain

your pattern.
Tape the pieces together, matching up the numbers/

letters as shown in the diagram.
Cut out your pattern!


Cutting Layouts
LEGEND
right side of fabric
wrong side of fabric wrong side of pattern
interfacing
SHELL FABRIC, SIZES XS TO L (45”)
fold
selvage
A
B
SHELL FABRIC, SIZE XL (45”)
selvage
A B
selvage
A
B
SHELL FABRIC, SIZE XS to XL (60”)
fold
selvage
A
B

Instructio�s
CENTER SEAMS
With right sides together, stitch Front (A)
pieces together at the center front.
Finish edges and press seam open.
1
2
A
B
With right sides together, stitch Back (B)
pieces together at the center front.
Finish edges and press seam open.
3
4
CROTCH SEAM
With right sides together, stitch Front (A)
to Back (B) at the crotch seam.
Finish seam and press toward the front.
1
2

SIDE SEAMS
With right sides together, stitch Front (A)
to Back (B) at the side seams.
Finish edges and press side seams open.
1
2
insert elastic
insert elastic
WAISTBAND
Finish the raw edge of the waistband.
On the wrong side, fold 2 inches of the waistband over, press and pin in
to place.
The waistband is formed by four rows of stitching, which form four separ
ate parallel
casings. Elastic is inserted in the second and fourth casing, with the
topmost and
third casing left empty.
Begin by stitching the top row of stitching 3/8” from the edge.
Stitch three more rows, each 3/8” apart, leaving a space in the cente
r back to insert
elastic.
Cut two lengths of elastic to fit snugly around the low waist. Insert elastic into the
second and fourth casing (see note).
Seam elastic and stitch the openings closed at the center back. 1
2
3
4
5
6
7

LEG OPENINGS
Stitch the two 3/8” buttonholes marked on the front of each leg openi
ng.
Finish the raw edge of the leg openings.
On the wrong side, fold 1 1/2” of the leg opening hem over, press and
pin into place.
Stitch two rows to form a 3/8” casing. Stitch the first row 1/2” from the folded edge,
and the second row 3/8” frm the first row. The rows of stitching should align with
the top and bottom of the buttonholes on the outside of the bloomers. 1
2
3
4
On the right side, bring buttonholes toward
one another to form 1/2” pleats. The but -
tonholes should lay right on the edge.
Stitch pleats into place by stitching over
the stitches for the casing.
Cut two lengths of ribbon and thread
through the buttonholes and through the
casing.
Pull ribbon to fit and tie into bows.
5
6
7
8
Before you turn over hems that will have a

casing, it will help to trim the seam allowances
that lay under the casing. Large seam allow -
ances can interfere when you’re trying to thread
elastic or ribbon through the casing.
Here is a trick to help you thread elastic or rib -

bon: Take a large hand sewing needle and a
sturdy piece of thread. Backstitch the thread a
few times to secure it to the end of the ribbon or
elastic. Insert the needle, blunt end first, into
the casing, and wiggle the needle all the way
through the casing.
tips on casings:
X