Angie Dress for Women

from Sis Boom Pattern Company

Angie Dress for Women Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Sewing

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Women, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized

Item:

Dress

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Straight stitching
  • zig-zag finishing
  • bias tape application (tutorial included)

Pattern Description:

Angie is an easy-breezy modern day dress with classic appeal. The figure-fllattering bodice features an elasticized waist (read - no zippers, no buttons)! And guess what???? Pockets!!!!!! Who doesn't love side pockets for keys and change? We've also included cutting lines for multiple neckline depths (high, regular, and low) so you can get a range of looks from this one versatile pattern. Accessorize the waistline with a sash (instructions included) or your favorite belt. Wear alone as a sundress, or pair with a cardigan in the chillier months. This dress can also be made a bit roomy and worn jumper style over a turtleneck or button-up top.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Misses XS (0-2) to XL (16-18)
  • Womens 1X (16W-18W) to 3X (24W-26W)

Materials:

  • Fabric - 2-4 yards depending on size and length
  • 1/2" wide bias tape - 1 package, or make your own
  • 1/4" wide elastic - 1/2 yard to 5/8 yard depending on size

You Will Also Need:

  • Fabric marking pen or pencil

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 3 reviews)

Ebony Faery on craftsy.com

Excellent Love it Even though I Look Big  July 29, 2013


I was very nervous starting out, as I have started (and put off/abandoned) several dress projects that seemed easy but actually were a bit more complicated.

This dress was as easy as advertised. The muslin was quick and easy, the dress was done during one night because I procrastinated sewing it before a wedding. But it turned out wonderfully. It's very comfortable and I like it so much, I want to make another one or 2 before I move on to another SisBoom pattern.

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ctwdgirl on craftsy.com

Okay Fits like a sack  January 10, 2013


Following the great review posted here on Craftsy and the linked blog review, I jumped right into making this dress. So excited! Got some great fabric and some lining (my fabric was a bit sheer). Couldn't wait to wear my new dress. Spent hours working on it between the endless assault from my two small boys, only to put it on and have it fit like a mumu! The disappointment. I'm going to wash and dry it and see if that helps it shrink some; crossing my fingers that will help.

In ...

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Banjo Uke on craftsy.com

Excellent Great summer dress  July 29, 2012


I have made this dress three times, the first exactly as printed the next two I changed up a bit. I lengthened the bodice by two inches, for a slightly different look. Easy to sew fits great, I will so make it again.
What happened reprinted the pattern and the dress was hugh. Found my old pattern same printed size but the new pattern was almost an inch and a half bigger,which would make the finished dress THREE inches bigger! Did you change the pattern? Glad I found my old one from last ...

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Sis Boom on craftsy.com

Jennifer Paganelli and Carla Hegeman Crim have partnered to bring you stylish designs and the very best sewing experience!

Jennifer is the textile artist behind Sis Boom Fabrics. A crafter and hand sewer, she she loves to create items that echo her past. Foraging through new vintage finds and cast- offs stimulates her imagination and she is piqued by the hunt . Taking those finds and telling ...

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