Meghan Peasant for Women

from Sis Boom Pattern Company

Meghan Peasant for Women Pattern


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Sewing: Meghan Peasant for Women
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Straight stitching
  • Zig-zag finishing

Pattern Description:

The Meghan peasant imparts a stunning silhouette to women of all shapes and sizes. It is relaxed and so easy to wash and wear, but can be made as dressy as you choose with lots of sleeve and length options. The flattering empire bodice can be made with a plunging neckline that shows a bit of dcollet, or it can be made to be a bit more modest, depending on your comfort level. The vibrant damasks, florals, and stripes from the Sis Boom Collection are perfectly suited for this style. Use a single fabric for a classic, continuous look, or mix and max for bohemian patchwork fun.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

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

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 4 reviews)
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Excellent Awesome Pattern!  July 30, 2014

This pattern is SO easy to make in just a single afternoon! The fit is just fantastic as well! I will be making another one very soon and it will probably be even easier! A terrific purchase and I am really glad to have this pattern!

nicoletteg on

Excellent Meghan Dress  September 1, 2013

This pattern is very easy to make, it only took me a few hours the first time, I am sure it will get faster.

SakeenaBlue on

Good Plus Sized Peasant  June 8, 2012

I must say this pattern made me like to sew again! Thank goodness the old school jargon is gone. First, thanks for making this available to us big girls. On the first go round, I looked like a big ole disney princess, but that was due to some choices I made. I used the longest bodice choice and am not too sure I cut the skirt correctly. That being said, once I took it apart, cut the bodice to line 2 and just took a good 3 inches off the waist it was MUCH better. Also, I would reccomend ...

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Anta K. on

Excellent Great Pattern  June 8, 2012

It s really difficult to find beautiful patterns for Plus Sized Women...
Fits great to my Small Sized friends, too...
I cut the bodice to line 3 but had to change the armhole... It was too tight for me...
I also changed the skirt... I took 2-3 inches off and gave it an A-line shape...
I didn't use an elastic at the bottom of the sleeve... I think it s more flattering like this...
I ve made 3 dress and intend to make many more

About Designer

About Designer

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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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