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Weekender Dress Workshop

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Weekender Dress

Created in this Craftsy workshop

The Weekender Dress taught by null

The Weekender Knit Dress makes the perfect transitional dress for fall season layering with three-quarter length sleeves and a mock wrap front. Made in cotton jersey, the dress sews up in no time ...

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Sewing
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Classic, Cute
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What materials did you use? Knit fabric from Craftsy

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I just loved this project and can't wait to make more in other colors!

11/03/2013 Flag

This is so nice! I can't seem to find an active link to the class. Can you tell me how to find i? Nice job!

11/03/2013 Flag

Thank you for your kind remark! This project was listed as the October Sew-Along under workshops. I don't know if it's still available, but you may want to contact customer service. It certainly can't be gone all together. Good luck!

11/08/2013 Flag

did you ever find it? I have been looking forever

11/16/2015 Flag

Wow, it looks like you are quite a seamstress. The bands around your neck, waist, and sleeves is perfect--- no puckering, just perfect straight lines. I have to say I am a beginner and was a little disappointed, although I read patterns very well and have had good luck with commercial patterns, I did not feel enough information was included for a beginner sewer. I thought they would have step by step video's of someone constructing it. Anyway congradulations on your excellent dress, if you can offer any advise on getting such perfect bands -- I would love it!!!

11/09/2013 Flag

You just made my day-- thank you! Honestly, I think having tried Meg McElwee's "Sewing with knits" class first really helped me. She got me to buy a "walking foot" that I now use for all knits. It feeds the fabric through so much better and helps avoid puckering. Also, you can get one on Amazon for about $10. Besides that, I just went slowly. I'm still trying to figure out all this, too, so your comments were such a boost. Let me know if the walking foot helps!

11/10/2013 Flag

Thank you so much. I would not have even thought of that, I'm not a real experienced sewer, but I have read about the walking foot, and I will definitely use one when I get ready to sew. I am still very impressed with your perfection---straight and no puckers congradulations--Looks perfect and professional.

11/15/2013 Flag