PDF pattern of the Mimi dress and shirt for woman
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So many options included!
-Cap sleeve or long sleeve.
-Simple keyhole neckline, asymetrical peter pan colar or fringe.
-Shirt or dress length or even tunic!
The sizes included are from sizes XS to XXL, corresponding to sizes 0 to 20.
Please take the time to look at the Charter of sizes before making your purchase.
NEW! Printing by layers. You can print only the size you want with Adobe Acrobat. Also, there is a big PDF sheet include which you can print on a office supplier on a 36'' x 55'' sheet.
Suggested fabrics for making the garment are jerseys, cotton-spandex or cotton-lycra blends. You can use most of the knitwear provide there is 30 % stretch. The pattern is not designed for non- stretch fabric except for the collar, which can be made in woven.
Grosgrain ribbon is required for the belt of the dress and the fringe and a half yard of fusible interfacing.
It is not absolutely necessary to have a overlock serger, ?" sewing allowances are included everywhere.
All instructions are in two languages, English and French.
Don't worry, all of Fille A Maman's patterns are extensively reviewed and edited by english speakers.
The PDF document is easy to print , contains a wealth of information and a user guide with several very detailed pictures. The pattern is designed by computer in a very professional manner.
After your payment, the pattern will be available for download on ETSY site.
When I was little, I had a little blue machine with which I made my first seams. I cannot say that it looked like clothes, but for me, they were the cutest things in the world. I loved sewing, ...
When I was little, I had a little blue machine with which I made my first seams. I cannot say that it looked like clothes, but for me, they were the cutest things in the world. I loved sewing, drawing and crafting. The natural progression of life was to study fashion design. This was before the internet, PDF patterns, etsy and Facebook. After the arrival of my first daughter, Julia, I continued to sew and make patterns for my family. One year ago I bought a PDF pattern and had a revelation: "I can do that too!"View all patterns by designer (10) »