This pinafore pattern comes in a wide range of sizes and in PDF format. I loved being able to just print out patterns at home rather than waiting for them to arrive via mail. I made the size 1 pinafore which fit Maze, who wears an 18mo, like a glove. I think next time I will make her a size 2 since she's growing out of her clothes so quickly these days.
The pattern is versatile. I made mine reversible, but you could easily add length to make it a dress or follow one of the pocket patterns included to add a special place for your little lady to hide her treasures. As previously mentioned, there was a minor melt down involved in the taking off of the pinafore, so the other side didn't get photographed. It's a lovely burgundy with pink and red flowers from Cosmo Cricket. If you follow me on IG, you can see it there.
There is a small section where hand stitching the turn hole closed is mentioned. Me, being the lazy mama that I am, chose to ignore that direction and just topstitch around the whole garment. It worked like a dream!
If you are interested in learning more about this pattern or testing future patterns for Imagine Gnats, go to this page to see how to get involved.
Also, you should check out these other links to see other patterns already released and to catch up on all the happenings over at Imagine Gnats. Rachael has been sewing up a STORM of kids clothes lately. If nothing else, those are totally worth a look. Or two. Or three.