This is for personal use only. Please do not make shortalls to sell or sell the pattern.
What you need:
One adult t-shirt in any size, I used a male medium.
Baby Shortall Pattern size 6-12 mos
sewing supplies and sewing machine
1. Lay out your t-shirt and place the neckline of the pattern on the neckline of the shirt.
*This is where you can alter the pattern for head size and shoulder width. If your baby has a big head and wide shoulders, overlap less. If your baby has a small head and small shoulders, overlap more.
10. With right sides together line up the sleeve seams at the armpit. There will be a difference in length because of the size of the neckline. Also, the white arrow is point to the corner where the side should meet the sleeve. It doesn't meet because I overlapped my neckline 2". If you overlap yours less, I left room on the patter so that you will have more room in the sides.
This is what the inseam should look like.
Don't forget to add them to the flickr pool once you're done!