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Dress ADA / PDF XS-3XL

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Beginner

Skills Needed

  • Binding|Zipper

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PATTERN DETAILS

A lovely dress, which flatters all sizes. It's fitted by two bust darts and a seam in the back. The A-Line dress is slightly flared and about knee-lenght (measured shoulder to seam: 103 cm). The extra-hem invites to creative fabric combinations: From tone on tone to wild contrasts. You can choose, whether you work with bias binding or facing. Quickly made, easy and perfectly for intermediates or beginners looking for a challenge. No zipper, the most complicated thing is the bias binding in neckline and armholes.The sewing instruction is detailed and illustrated. ADA suits all year round as charming dress, in summertime only with fancy shoes, in wintertime to be weared with longsleeve shirt, tights and cardigan. Don't hesitate to contact me, if you have further questions: hello@so-pattern.com BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Quickly made, easy and perfectly for intermediates or beginners looking for a challenge. No zipper, the most complicated thing is the bias binding in neckline and armholes. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Pattern includes detailed fabric requirements both in metric and imperial. Sizes XS - 3XL, all sizes are included in one pattern The PDF ist A4 and US Letter compatible. The sizes match a bust from 82 cm/32,3 in until 124 cm/48,8 in.

Recommended with this pattern

  • mediumweight fabrics, as cotton poplin, linen, silk, jacquard ...
  • Pattern includes detailed fabric requirements both in metric and imperial.
  • You will need 1,2 m (fabric width 140 cm)

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Stefanie Kroth
Stefanie Kroth
I started crafting when I was a young teenager just because I had specific ideas of what to wear and then, I love the process of thinking/designing/making. Afterwards I studied fashion design and pattern making, had a family and worked in graphic design. But I was still drawn to fabrics / fashion / making, so I started giving sewing classes and continued pattern making. And I love it!