So Classic Sundress- Youth
This is a PDF sewing pattern and tutorial to teach you how to create these garments. THIS IS NOT A FINISHED GARMENT.
This oh so classic dress has a timeless sweetheart neckline, waistband, gathered skirt and optional bucket patch pockets. The princess seams mimic the women’s version and give it a fun opportunity to mix fabrics. Choose from empire or natural waist bodice lengths and above knee for a short vintage look, below knee, or maxi for a more elegant look. Straps can be a traditional set or halter. The center bodice includes a plain option, center seam (great for stripes!), or a button placket. The back is elastic casing, which gives the woven fabric a little more comfort and growing ease.
This pattern works great with a wide array of woven fabrics as long as it’s not too thick for the full gathering along the skirt. Maxi is best with something lighter weight and drapey.
Here is a round up blog post and album full of photos to look through!
We have a matching Adult as well as a Bundle!
Take a look at these simple and quick hacks to get even more looks with this pattern.
Sizes included: 3m,6m,9m,12m,18m,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10,12,14. Size chart is on last listing picture. You will receive the easy to print and match color coded pattern pieces on NO TRIM pages with LAYERS options at printing in both US Letter, A4, A0 Copy Shop and Projector File Size! A cutting guide for rectangle pieces, and a full color and detailed picture step by step tutorial and guide to making the garment.
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You may sell items made from this pattern. You may not sell, copy, or redistribute this pattern to others.
Love this pattern! I found it really easy to follow and consider myself an advanced beginner. I love all the options in the pattern and the hacks on the blog. The same pattern can make a completely different dress!