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A-line Dress


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This is a classic and simple A-Line Dress with lined bodice. Easy to put on and comfortable to wear. It closes a the back with button and button loop. Perfect for every season! Wear it layered with a turtle neck long sleeved t-shirt or sweater for winter, a short sleeved t-shirt or blouse for mid season, or just the dress on hot summer days. You can add your own details, pockets, ruffles, short sleeves, collar, the options are endless with this design. This e-book will provide you the patterns and guide you on how to make this dress for girls from 1 to 8 years old. The PDF file includes: - Pattern: fully scaled color-coded computer drafted pattern. - Instructions on how to assemble the pieces of the pattern. - List of materials and yardage needed - Table of final measurements for this dress. - Instructions on how to cut the pieces. - Tutorial: a step-by-step tutorial with easy and clear instructions and color photos. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 12 months - 15 3/4" length - 22" bodice cicum. 18 months - 17 1/4" length - 23" bodice cicum. 2 years - 18 1/2" length - 24" bodice cicum. 3 years - 20" length - 25" bodice cicum. 4 years - 21 1/2" length - 25 1/2" bodice cicum. 5 years - 22 1/2" length - 26" bodice cicum. 6 years - 24" length - 27" bodice cicum. 7 years - 25" length - 28" bodice cicum. 8 years - 26" length - 29" bodice cicum.

Recommended with this pattern

  • fabric (average 1 yard)
  • thread of matching color
  • 1 button

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The Lily Bird Studio
The Lily Bird Studio
My name is Cecilia, I'm an Analyst Programmer by career, crafter, passionate about sewing, designer, wife, mother... I love crafting since I remember, as a child I used to spend a lot of time designing, painting, making crafts in general. I grew up watching my mother sewing and as a teenager I used to design my own dresses and she used to sew them for me. A few months after my little girl was born I started to design and sew clothes for her... soon I started a blog about the stuff I do ( as a way to share my ideas and craftiness :) with other people.. I own The Lily Bird Studio where I sell sewing patterns for babies and kids wear.