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Lucy Halter Top/Dress for Women


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As seen in the pages of Happy Home...Lucy, the Classic Halter Dress! We've engineered this one to have multiple coverage options and fit all body types. We also love the way that Lifestyle fabrics are so suitable for this dress. Long or short it is stunning and every woman and looks amazing! A simple tie at the neck, elastic back and you are good to go. Take it everywhere, especially on the next vacation. It is a true show stopper that you can make in a flash! DESIGN OPTIONS Coverage - Two separate bodice patterns are included. The Classic Halter style has bikini-style cups that meet in the center. While cool and breezy, the classic version is still perfectly appropriate for all occasions. The Full Coverage style crosses over at the front, and also comes up higher under the arms to wrap more fully around the sides and back. Skirt Length - The A-line skirt can be made in a range of lengths from mini to maxi. The longer the skirt, the more flare at the bottom. The short lengths make for great tops! Fabric - The dress can be made from a single fabric, or multiple fabrics can be mixed and matched. We love using a contrasting fabric for the lining and/or waistband. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Straight stitch, Zig-zag finish seams, Gather SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS XS (0-2) to 3XL (24W-26W)

Supplies Needed

  • 2.5 to 4.5 yards of fabric depending on size and length
  • 1" wide elastic, basting tape or glue stick

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Sis Boom Pattern Company
Sis Boom Pattern Company
Jennifer Paganelli and Carla Hegeman Crim have partnered to bring you stylish designs and the very best sewing experience! Jennifer is the textile artist behind Sis Boom Fabrics. A crafter and hand sewer, she she loves to create items that echo her past. Foraging through new vintage finds and cast- offs stimulates her imagination and she is piqued by the hunt . Taking those finds and telling a story is where her magic comes into play! Carla, also known as The Scientific Seamstress, is a molecular biologist turned patternmaker. Her "experiments with design" result in accurate, easy to use patterns. Many beginners have learned to sew (and even built businesses) using her accurate, fully illustrated tutorials.