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Dress - PDF pattern for women - intermediate - Envie

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  • PDF Sewing Pattern A4 to print at home
  • Step by step instructions with pictures
  • Size chart in cm and inch
  • French sizes 34 - 46 (= US 2-14, UK 6-18)


Envy (Envie in French), often also interpreted as jealousy, is a vice with a virtue. It pushes us to do better, to be better, and to challenge ourselves to achieve progress.

Do you ever feel envious when your friend shows you her latest dress and then boasts that she made it all by herself ? If you’re like me you’re probably already saying to yourself : " I can do this too, and I will make an even better version ".

I promise you there’s no better pattern out there than Envy if you’re up for a little challenge and a wish to look sublime! Envy is flattering because of its delicate bows in the back, thoughtfully placed princess seams which carefully define the waist before going out with a flare that will elongate your legs. So what are you waiting for ? Let’s get sewing for a perfect summer dress, or maybe will it be a cocktail dress for a friend’s wedding, or a sexy dress for an upcoming date…. this dress is very versatile !

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Materials you need at home:

  • For printing and gluing the pdf sewing pattern, you need Scissors, adhesive tape and enough printing paper in the printer
  • Fabric Fabric Width 110 (cm) 300 cm length, or width 140 (cm) 240 cm length. Choose cotton, poplin, viscose, plain polyester, a simple silk, a light velvet, jersey milano…
  • Invisible zip 1 invisible zip of 30 to 45 cm lenght
  • Bias binding or Bias Tape 2m, , *OPTIONAL 30 cm of lace for the back


(5 out of 5 stars)
I love this pattern, and mostly the original back. The fit with the princess seams is very good, the instructions are always clear. I am planning to make several other versions.
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(3 out of 5 stars)
I haven't made this yet so no review on the fit or finished product. However, the pattern is only available as a print at home version in individual sizes. That's going to make blending sizes impossible and is a real shame because it creates more fitting work for me. Perhaps layering the pattern and offering a copy shop version is something to consider for ease of use?