|Format||PDF (Download Only)|
|Author||Mountain Ash Designs|
“My daughter adored this dress!! She wears it all the time to do schoolwork and she loves to pretend she is doing her schoolwork in a one room schoolhouse. lol”
Sew your own beautiful colonial style dress, bonnet and peasant top using this pdf sewing pattern. Totally feminine and girlie with the sweet innocence of simpler times long ago. The dress features a full circle skirt for maximum ‘twirl’ when dancing making it a perfect costume for ballet, character dancing, performing, dressing up or just wearing everyday.
Pattern makes the dress, bonnet and peasant top in girls sizes 1-10 years.
All my patterns feature:
·Full size, computer drafted pattern pieces in all sizes specified that can be printed on a standard letter or A4 home printer (so no resizing is necessary)
·All measurements in cm and inches.
·Full, detailed, illustrated sewing instructions.
·Instructions on how to print and piece together a tiled pdf pattern.
·Home sewers may use Mountain Ash Designs patterns to make small quantities of garments to sell. This allows one home sewer to use a pattern they have purchased to make garments in their own home and sell them.
·Patterns cannot be used to mass-produce items for sale.
·Patterns may not be copied or reproduced for any reason. Please do not sell or give away copies of this pattern.
See image file for full list of requirements.
My daughter adored this dress!! She wears it all the time to do schoolwork and she loves to pretend she is doing her schoolwork in a one room schoolhouse. lol
Worst pdf pattern I've done. The actual sewing is easy, but there seems to be a lot missing like top stitching and finishes in the instructions. The paper pattern for the circle skirt would be a nightmare to tape together like it tells you to (trimming each page to small corners with no lines). I did it by taping to my sliding glass door to see the corners and line up that way. Also it asks you to hand sew two different times. This just isn't necessary, and I did it my own way. The outfit turned out nice for me, but only with my added knowledge of sewing. Definitely don't try this one as a beginner.
It's a cute dress (I didn't make the bonnet). I did find the pattern pieces a bit confusing once printed, but was able to figure it out without too much trouble. I didn't print out the million pages to make the skirt, since a gathered seam was really all that was needed before attaching the skirt to the top.