Don't leave out the little guys when it's dress-up time! With this nordic tunic inspire by Kristoff it's perfect for joining in the Frozen fun.
Download your free pattern here and get the tutorial on the BLOG.
Posted by Alicia on 22nd Apr 2016
My children and I were attending a frozen sing-a -long session at the movies the other week and when plans changed the day before my little man would then be joining us. I looked for a boy frozen costume to buy but couldnt find one so I luckily found your pattern, flew down to get all the bits and pieces and whipped it up that night for him to wear. Thanks so much for the inspiration and pattern. He looked great :)
Posted by Nicole on 16th Dec 2015
I do not sew and have not been trained to sew. I took a short online course and use youtube to figure out how to turn on my machine. That said, my son needed to be Kristoff for Halloween. The pattern was the perfect size (2T). It was my first time making a pattern. I was impressed with the ease of figuring out the pattern. I also LOVED the exact instructions on how much fabric I needed. I was unable to follow all of the instructions as I don't speak sewing language, and was able to hand sew the parts I couldn't figure out. EVERYONE complimented his costume. If your son has an abnormally large head, like mine (off the charts), you may want to cut a little extra space to get his head through. I wish that I had just another inch or so to squeeze his head through, but it did work just as it was. I was super impressed with this! I encourage you to try it for your little Kristoff!
Posted by Sarah Vigil on 29th Oct 2015
Thank-you for providing these well written instructions and pattern! The costume turned out great! I used a well fitting shirt as sizing guide and used the pattern as the general shape guide and went from there. I did some minor adjustments of my own, such as I used the machine entirely, no handstitching whatsoever. Thanks again!
Posted by Rowena on 2nd Jul 2015
My Little Kristoff looks great in his tunic, and he loves it.
I made it longer on the shoulder, lengthened the arm, and added length on the bottom, the neckline works whatever size you make it. I didn't do the V at the bottom, just fur straight a across looks good, with two slits up the side.
Thanks for a great pattern.