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Jennifer Paganelli and Carla Hegeman Crim have partnered to bring you stylish designs and the very best sewing experience!

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Rebecca Shift Dress for Women

from Sis Boom Pattern Company
(9) Name: 'Sewing : Rebecca Shift Dress for Women
Rebecca Shift Dress for Women
Rebecca Shift Dress for Women
Rebecca Shift Dress for Women
Rebecca Shift Dress for Women
Rebecca Shift Dress for Women

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Straight stitching
  • Edgestitching
  • Zig-zag stitching
  • Easy zipper installation tutorial included!

Pattern Description:

The Rebecca shift is a stunningly simple garment that gets you right out the door, looking manicured and ready for anything. Grocery store, errands, PTA, cocktail party, speaking engagement....this is THE go-to closet item. The flattering notched neckline and dropped waistband can be made with matching or contrasting prints. Imagine the Sis Boom fabric choices that take this one from prepster college girl to sophisticated city girl. Because of the tailored style, we have provided extremely detailed fitting information and pattern pieces in every numerical size from 0-26W. The semi-fitted skirt and princess bodice can be made from a combination of sizes to get a cut that is perfect for your proportions. In addition, the bodice and skirt have multiple cutting lines, so even if you are tall or petite, you can get just the torso and hemline lengths you are after.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Misses sizes 0-18 (XS-XL)
  • Womens sizes 18W - 26W (1X-3X)


  • Fabric: 2 - 3 yards depending on size and length
  • Single fold bias tape - purchase or make your own (instructions included)

You Will Also Need:

  • Fabric marking pen
  • All purpose zipper (22")
  • Glue Stick (for attaching zipper)

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