-1/2 yard light weight fashion fabric for dress
-11" x 11" square piece of lining fabric
-1/4 yard frosted organza for the collar or
-a stiff, sheer fashion fabric
-3/4" belt buckle (or 3/4" fashion button)
-1.25 yards 5/8" satin ribbon for belt
-Lite Steam a Seam 2 for hem
-Embellishments: ribbon, beads, bows, roses
-Optional: fabric glue
Fabric and notions for gloves
-4 way stretch fabric 16" x 8"
(fabric must stretch vertically and horizontally)
-Matching sewing thread
-Fine point disappearing marking pen
What You Get: One 27 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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The suit is a traditional form of men's formal clothes in the Western world and...
This pattern is worth twice its cost! The dress pattern is easy to sew and fits my doll well. The many ideas with pictures are fabulous! The many variations are shown with easy to follow directions. Endless possibilities to copy and to personalize. Easy to download and print the pattern. Company is great to deal with.
Pattern was easy to follow and construction was not complicated. Very pleased with pattern and final product. My great niece is going to love it.
Very cute, and easy to make.
I think it would have been nice if you mentioned that the model you were using had a 10.25 waist in the pattern information. This would have been nice to know prior to me purchasing the pattern. I made the adjustment, but I buy patterns so I don't have to figure it out for myself. For the most part the instructions are clear to follow until you come to the skirt lining, this was not clear at all. Further more, I think the collar should be attached before you sew up your bodice back seams. I will definitely think twice before making another pattern purchase.