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Faith's 15 Minute Dress

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This pattern teaches you how to make a stylish convertible dress in just fifteen minutes. Really. It requires only four seams, and looks deceptively simple before you put it on; the success of the dress lies in the way you wrap the ribbon around your body. This project is easy enough for almost anyone to do - all you need to know is how to sew in a straight line. It can be worn to fancy occasions or as an everyday dress, depending on the type of fabric that you use and the way you wear it.... the sky's the limit! This tutorial is set up so that you will use your own measurements as the basis for the dress. That way, the tutorial can be used for any size. This tutorial does not include actual pattern pieces; instead, a diagram will be scaled up according to your specific measurements. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY sew in a straight line SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Size can be custom made for your measurements!

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1.5 yards of fabric
  • matching thread
  • 14 feet of contrasting ribbon or elastic

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Design Fixation
Design Fixation
I spend my days working on a number of different creative endeavors. Sewing, graphic design, photography, interior design, crafting and more. If it's creative, I'm interested. I grew up in a very artsy household, learning to sew at the early age of 8 years old... scrunchies were my project of choice in those days! Now I love to combine all of my hobbies by designing sewing tutorials for other creative people to use and be inspired by. When I'm not working, I'm out exploring the lesser known parts of Boston or eating at hip new restaurants. Or shopping. Or hiking. Or looking for an ever-elusive Boston street parking spot (preferably on the left - I love a good challenge). For more crafty inspiration, check out my blog: http://designfixation.blogspot.com