Miss Molly Dress e-Pattern

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Miss Molly Dress e-Pattern Pattern


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Women, Girls, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

ss Molly was designed and sewn by my 6 yr. old daughter. So when I say it's easy, I mean it. :)
A perfect play dress or a dress for a special occasion...it's all up to you and the fabrics you choose.
The best part is you are assured of a great fit.
Customize this dress by drafting a pattern based on your
own favorite t-shirt. With this pattern-making knowledge, you can create a dress in any size from infant to adult. You can mix things up by using an empire waist or changing the length of the skirt.
Or, choose a Standard Fit and use the printable bodice
pieces and cutting guide. The standard fit pieces will fit girl
sizes 2-8.
The tutorial for the red pettiskirt shown under the black
and white dress on the cover can be found by clicking this
following a link within the pattern.
The techniques within this pattern are not meant to teach
sewing in the "traditional" sense, but to help you create
garments in a quick, yet stylish way.
We've also included pattern pieces and cutting guide for
an 18" doll.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Custom Fit: anyone
  • Standard Fit: Child size 2-8

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