Keep your doll looking cool and casual with the Drop Waist Pocket Tee Dress PDF Pattern from 123 Mulberry Street! This pattern is designed to be sewn with knit or woven fabrics.
• ¼ yard fabric for dress (suitable for knit)
• matching thread
• thin hook and loop tape
Skill Level: Easy
What You Get: One 16 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.
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Unless you tend to sew knit fabric, this pattern is not for you. I tried to use cotton fabric and pattern pieces do not line up. I had to re-invent this pattern to make it work. I will not believe the line - this pattern designed to work with knit OR WOVEN fabrics again, Very disappointed.
I loved this pattern. It was easy to sew and so cute when it was finished! Thankyou.
I've made this in knit and woven cotton fabrics. Great look and bodice has room for some machine embroidery or cute embellishments. The pockets are what make this dress a great casual look for your doll. Pictures help for the beginner seamstress who wants to try this.
Has anyone really checked out this pattern to see if it really sews good. Pocket does not fit facing unless you stretch it. sleeve seam does not match unless you stretch the short side. The top of the dress side seam is 1/4" off from the front to the back and I bought this pattern because I thought it was cute and now have to redo it. I have bought so many patterns from Pixie and I now will have to check them out before I destroy any more of my fine fabrics. I used to manufacture childrens formas and I made my own patterns and graded them too, so I do know what I am talking about. You may ask then why do I buy patterns, I just want to save some time having to draft them. But I guess with this one I should have............
Wonderful pattern. I have made this dress in two different fabrics. The first was a royal blue/black patterned knit which turned out lovely. Then I used a denim knit and dressed it up with some contrasting buttons. The pattern was easy to follow and the dresses fit perfect. This is a nice everyday comfy dress.