Stroll the promenade, visit a cafe, and window shop to your hearts content in this stylish doll clothes pattern design by Liberty Jane! The Euro Libby San Marco Top and Dress is a nod to the traditional sailor collar with a modern twist. The design features a one-piece shoulder yoke with a raglan seam construction, creating the visual look similar to a sailor collar, but here, it is all part of the design. The ruffle accent adds a feminine detail complimented by a lace embellishment that highlights the design lines. Both the top and the dress feature a clean and simple neck binding.
This pattern includes four variations making it suitable for a variety of fabric types. The top and the dress can each be made with two options for the back opening.
Suggested fabrics: Lightweight knit, Slub knit, Rayon Challis, Crinkle Rayon, Cotton lawn, Poplin
Skill Level: Intermediate
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So many options with this one. Top or Dress? Knit or woven fabric? I choose to make mine as a dress and used a lightweight knit. The cute little ruffle around the collar does not show up well in the picture but in person it is too cute. Just enough of a ruffle at the bottom of the dress to add a little bounce. The key hole opening at the back works well with light weight knits
I enjoyed testing this pattern so much that I made it twice just to try out some of the different options. I had a thin knit fabric that was perfect for the dress, and I really liked the little slit with hook and eye closure on the back instead of the usual Velcro. I also made the top in a woven cotton, which worked out just as well, and was perfect with a little skirt. With options for a dress and top, as well as working with many different types of fabric, this is a great pattern to add to your collection!