In this tutorial, Jeanne shows you how to sew our Cora running tights. She used size H (for a 4-year-old) to have smaller pieces and shorter seams for the video.
With our CORA pattern, you can make technical, high-end looking tights, at a fraction of the price you would pay for leggings in store. Have fun with crazy prints, mesh, funky color combos! Sky is the limit!
Our pattern includes ankle-length tights and mid-thigh shorts with a wide waistband and super practical back pocket that can hold your phone/keys/card during your run. These leggings have no inseam, so they are also a great pattern for stretch breeches.
The pattern is available on our website (https://jalie.com/jalie3462-cora-running-tights) and comes in 27 sizes for girls, misses and plus sizes . 2 views, 27 sizes, all in the same pattern!
You can buy it in PDF or paper format (printed in color on heavy white paper, not tissue!).
All the printed fabrics used to make the leggings in the video and on the pattern cover are from FunkiFabrics visit their blog to get a direct link to each style: http://po.st/KiWVYk
I like your video very much, it is clearly shows me steps by steps how to sew a legging. I have been trying to look for the pattern in the store but hard to find. I definitely will buy some from your. Do you have this class somewhere? I think I need to have real class tutorial. Thank you.
Those look amazing! You are so talented. I'm afraid this tutorial is way too advanced for me though :( I understand the basics of how it needs to be done, but not nearly enough to replicate. At my level I need more of a walk through. Like why are the notches important? Just for the sake of lining up? And what about those cuts that were made in the fabric? Is it so you can flatten out a curved cut while sewing? And did you need to buy something to trace or can you just use old leggings and place your own notches wherever as long as they line up? Sorry, I'm totally new at this.