The Out and About Dress

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The Out and About Dress Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Sewing

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Women

Item:

Dress

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Use a sewing machine

Pattern Description:

The Out and About Dress was designed with YOU in mind. Yes, YOU: the everyday lady with one million errands to run, a house to keep up with, and a job to finish. This dress is loosely fitted at the waist, has two hem options (maxi, or knee length), and two sleeve options (long or elbow), and has the option for a cute little cuff on the sleeve. The neckband finish for then neckline of this dress gives a casual, yet professional look. This is truly a year-round dress that can be worn dressed up for a night with your significant other OR dressed down for a day of errands in town.

Fabrics to use: Any range of knits: light to heavy weight, should work just fine for this project.

This is a 43 page pattern. Pages 1-14 are the written instructions and pages 15-43 are the tiled pattern pieces that can be printed and taped together using 8.5" x 11" and A4 paper.

Purchase, print, tape, cut, and start sewing today!

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Materials:

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About Designer

About Designer

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Caroline Hulse is the author of the creative lifestyle blog, Sew Caroline. She resides in Fort Worth, TX with her husband of two plus years and their puppy. Caroline is enthralled with the world of handmade fashion and has recently released her first two women’s sewing pattern, The Out and About Dress and The Tank Dress, with plans to release more soon. She has recently been selected by Art ...

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