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Fit and Flare Dress Sewing Pattern PDF Bust Sizes 33-44"

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Contains:

  • Multi Sized Sewing Pattern,
  • Assembly Instructions with Photos
  • Sizes XS-XL

Pattern paper format: only US letter

Description

This is a downloadable sewing pattern PDF for a vintage inspired, fit and flare sleeveless boatneck dress.

The Wicked Witch is a sewing pattern for a vintage inspired fit and flare dress. It features a lined bodice, bateau neckline with a v-back, centre back zipper closure, half sleeves, and an A-line skirt with in-seam pockets. The pattern is available in sizes XS-XL (bust sizes 33-44”).

Sewing instructions are included in download, and feature both photos and computer drafted images for optimum assembly guidance.

Fair warning: this is not a pattern for beginners!

I’m not offering any tutorials or sewing lessons with this project, and as a result, the instructions are a little sparse in places. I assume that you already know how to install a zipper, finish a hem, under stitch, etc; this is merely a run-through on the order of steps I take to make this dress. And of course, there are multiple methods that can be used in constructing a garment, so feel free to use whichever method you like best.

Seam allowance is included in pattern but not marked. Unless specified, the seam allowance is ½”.

Materials: *2-2 1/2yds fabric, depending on your size and the width of the fabric you’re using (I provide layout suggestions for 45” and 60” fabric widths) *1/2yd lining fabric *Thread *16″ zipper *Sewing Machine and Serger (you can get away with using just a sewing machine with a zig zag stitch on the raw edges, but a serger will do such a nice job of finishing those seams!)

Size Chart: XS fits bust 32-33” S fits bust 35-36” M fits bust 37-38” L fits bust 40-41” XL fits bust 43-44”

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Materials you need at home:

  • 2-2 1/2yds fabric, depending on your size and the width of the fabric you’re using (I provide layout suggestions for 45” and 60” fabric widths), *1/2yd lining fabric, *Thread, *16″ zipper, *Sewing Machine and Serger (you can get away with using just a sewing machine with a zig zag stitch on the raw edges, but a serger will do such a nice job of finishing those seams!)
  • thread
  • sewing machine
  • serger