Peyton's Hooded Peasant Dress

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Peyton's Hooded Peasant Dress Pattern

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Sewing: Peyton's Hooded Peasant Dress
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Sewing

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Girls, Infant/Baby

Item:

Dress

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

Difficulty Rating: Intermediate


This isn't just any peasant dress - it is taken up a notch with a fun hood! Make the bodice out of knit or woven fabric, and the skirt and ruffle out of your favorite woven fabric! Your little one will love the fun hood for any season! We include measurements for short-, 3/4-, and long-sleeves! This adorable design will help you create that one-of-a-kind, fun, yet girlie, outfit you won't find anywhere else!

The sky is the limit now lets see what YOU can do with it!


Here is what you receive:
Measurements for sizes 6-12 mos. to 8 girls.
Thorough, uncomplicated step-by-step instructions accompanied by color photos that allow you to follow along with ease from start to finish.

Computer drawn pattern pieces you can print over and over again; no more patterns that rip or tear!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 6-12m
  • 12-18m
  • 24m/2T
  • 3T
  • 4T
  • 5T
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8

Materials:

  • Fabric
  • Scissors/Rotary Cutter and Cutting Mat
  • Ruler
  • Pins
  • Iron
  • Sewing Machine and/or Serger
  • Home Printer
  • Elastic Thread

About Designer

About Designer

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Create Kids Couture was created by two friends who love designing and making boutique clothing for kids: Shannon Donoghue from Dashingly Dainty Designs and Tiffany Vela from Whimsical Willow Couture.

While bonding over sewing clothes for their daughters, they soon realized that while there are plenty of amazing patterns out there, the niche for "over-the-top" childrens boutique patterns was ...

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