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Posted: Jan 13 2008, 06:41 PM
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My mom is a real sweetheart, and noticed from several hundred miles away that I was having a doozy of a time making clothes for my boys. So she bought me a packet of Sew-Easy patterns for Ken that were made specifically for kids; which means that the instructions are easy enough for even me to follow properly. She figured that by doubling the size plus a few alterations, these should work for my boys. I haven't tried that yet, but, I did scan them into the computer... and they are being posted for anyone else to pick up and play with.

All of the instructions are here as well.

I made sure that everything can be printed out on regular 8.5"x11" paper. The patterns will print at their original size. As I scan the rest of the patterns, they will also be posted here.


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1. Jacket and Ascot... For every occasion. Make the Jacket in a stripe, plaid or tweed. Use 3/8 yard, and a bit of fabric for the ascot.

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2. Slacks and Shirt... make them in contrast fabrics - 1/4 yard for the slim slacks, 3/8 yard of a colorful fabric for the long-sleeved shirt.

3. Deck Pants and Shirt... for sailing fun and other sports. Use 1/4 yard of sturdy fabric for the pants and 1/4 yard bright color for the shirt. Pants are tied with 1/4 yard narrow cable cord.

4. Bermuda Shorts and Shirt... for active sports. Requires 1/4 yard rugged fabric for the Bermudas and 1/4 yard jersey fabric for the shirt.

5. Robe... for comfortable lounging or sleeping, made of 1/4 yard fabric, plain or fancy. You'll also need 4 inches of oval elastic.

6. Pajamas... for lounging or sleeping, made of 1/4 yard fabric, plain or fancy. You'll need 4 inches of oval elastic.

Note: The buttons are "fake." Where needed, use tiny snaps and beads instead.
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Posted: Jan 13 2008, 08:54 PM
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I have used Barbie patterns with some success, and this is great! Our boys definitely need more clothes!
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Posted: Jan 14 2008, 10:42 AM
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Oh wow - those directions are nice and detailed. Thanks for this great resource. A lot can be done with good basic patterns :D
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Sorry to necromance a thread but I saw these and since Takashi fits Ken clothing I'd love to use these. Do you still have files, the links are dead.
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