Yoalli Dress Sleeve Extension PDF Pattern | Puff Sleeve
The Yoalli Dress Sleeve Extension is a digital PDF sewing pattern including instructions and a PDF extension pattern for sewing the longsleeves for the Yoalli Dress, which is a sweetheart bodice dress with a half circle skirt also available in my shop.
The Yoalli Dress is designed to flatter all kinds of body types, since the fitted bodice and half circle skirt complement each other perfectly. The puffy sleeves make for a perfectly elegant silhouette and make the dress fit for wearing it on colder days, too.
Featuring > Sizes: A – I (Bust size 76cm-112cm / 30in-44in ) > 3 different versions: elastic cuff (version U), shirred cuff (version V), buttoned cuff (version W) > 2 different versions for the original Yoalli Dress make for 6 possible design combinations! > Includes: Instructions with illustrations, printing instructions, size guide, hacking inspiration; PDF pattern > Printing sizes available: A4, US letter, A0 > Sewing skill level: 🐝🐝 (Intermediate or advanced beginner. Some experience with fitting princess seams recommended.) > Supplies needed: Printer&paper, scissors&tape, fabric, sewing machine, thread, 25cm invisible zipper (Y) OR about 15 buttons (X), 80cm of 2-3cm wide elastic > Suggested fabric: woven fabrics such as cotton, viscose, linen or similar fabrics > Language: English 🇬🇧
❗ Important: You need the original Yoalli Dress sewing pattern in order to sew the complete dress. This is only the sleeve extension.
🧵👗 Sewing Tips ✂📏 Sewing a muslin/toile first is always recommended since it allows you to check the fit and make any necessary adjustments first. When choosing your size, I recommend going after your upper bust measurement and performing a full bust adjustment (FBA) if necessary. When sewing the buttoned cuff, the cuff size chould be chosen according to personal preference of tightness and ease.
📚The Story Behind The Name: 'Yoalli' (pronounciation [yowali]) is derived from classical Nahuatl 'Yohualli' and translates to 'night' 🌃. It is also a first name chosen for both men and women. Yohualli-Ehecatl (night wind) is a deity belonging to the Ometeotl Complex. Ometeotl is a name used to refer to the pair of Aztec deities that, in Aztec belief, are the primordial parents of deities, humans and creation itself. Yohualli-Ehecatl represents the mystery of the night and is also connected indirectly to death, taking careless wanderers at night with him. Occasionally, some would return and be gifted with a long and healthy life. According to a book I read once, people even built benches for Yohualli-Ehecatl to rest upon to calm his stormy character and increase the chances of getting his favour 🌌
📸For more information and pictures see my Instagram: @telabeja
❕ Please note: I cannot provide refunds or exchanges on digital patterns. If you have any issues, feel free to contact me via email or Instagram, I'm always happy to help! This product is a PDF pattern to download and print at home or at a copy shop. You will receive all documents in one zip file. No physical pattern will be sent. This is the only store for buying Telabeja sewing patterns. If you see anyone else selling or distributing my pattern, please report them and inform me about it. This pattern is for personal, non-commercial use only. Copyright © 2021 Telabeja
- PDF sewing pattern in A4, US letter and A0
- Metric and imperial system
- Sizes A-I (EU34-50, US 2-18)
Materials you need at home:
- Woven fabric (cotton, viscose, linen or similar fabrics)
- 25cm invisible zipper (version Y) + 4 buttons OR about 20 buttons (version X)
- Sewing machine and matching thread
Hi, I'm Julia and I create modern and empowering designs fit for all body shapes. Sustainable fashion is my true passion and I love sharing my designs with you! If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me via e-mail or Instagram. www.instagram.com/telabeja