The original dress from this pattern was featured in June's issue of South Jersey Magazine!
I love vintage clothing and boat necks are my favorite. I couldn't find a pattern anywhere so I decided to create it myself. I shared it on my FB business page and sold so many I just didn't want to make it again. So I decided to create the pattern for other to use. I have gotten glowing reviews, so I hope you too wil LOVE her too!
Taylor has a vintage influence but don't let her fool ya, she will rock your face off. She can be just a skirt and paired with your favorite tank or you can create the dress. Either way she is guaranteed to have heads turn!
Oh and NO SHIRRING! That my most asked question, hehe.
There is a tutorial easy to follow with lots of colored pictures and digital color coded pattern pieces.
You will need: fabric, a sewing machine, notions, scissors, iron, elastic and BASIC SEWING SKILLS
Sizes 6/12m, 18/24, 2/3T and 4/5. THIS IS A PDF and not the actual dress or skirt. Check my other listings. Check me out on Facebook too!
Feel free to email me at the.mean.princess [!at] gmail.com with any questions. I'd also love to see what you do with her!
The Taylor is a Mean Princess original and the pattern and all images are the property of The Mean Princess and are copyrighted. This pattern may not be used without my permission. You may not resell this pattern. You can, however, sell the clothing made from this pattern, but please give credit where due and note that you are using a Mean Princess pattern.
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My 1st business I started at 10ish. My mom was a crafter who sold at shows and I always tried her products out. I fell in love with "stiff stuff". I made earrings, pendents, watches, hair bows, etc. I found myself selling out of everything and mom carrying her stuff back home. I knew crafting was going to be my life.