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Avita Dress - Size 1T to 8 years

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Author Popolok Design
Price $5.99
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by Gannon, Amy
on March 6th, 2013

“very sweet pattern. I have made some alterations to the pattern, it makes a great foundation to work with! I do agree that the pattern maybe a bit hard for a beginner, but great for someone that knows how to sew.”

Make this flattering fit-and-flare dress for your fairy tale princess! The Avita Dress is a must-have style in every little girl's wardrobe. A darling design that can be dressed for any occasion, this lovely Avita Dress features front faux lace-up, mock-vest bodice, long sleeves, flare knee-length skirt and back zipper closure. To show off the fullness of the A-line skirt, make a simple underskirt for a princess silhouette look, which is also included in the tutorial. Paired with lovely headband and cutesy little shoe, this classic dress will make your girl looks more charming than ever!

Sizing:
For girls age 1 to 8 years old.
All eight sizes will be included.

You will receive 18 pages of step-by-step tutorials with extra information and 18 pages of pattern tiles that need to be assembled. Seam allowances are included in the pattern.

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- 1 yard (Size 1-3) to 1½ yard (Size 4-8) 45” wide printed fabric (Cotton or other)
- ½ yard matching solid color fabric (as the faux-vest)
- 20” (½ m) long, ½” (13 mm) wide, matching color ribbon (for faux-lace-up)
- 1 pc 12” long zipper

by KathyP
on June 28th, 2013

pattern a little hard to follow, but turns out great

by Gannon, Amy
on March 6th, 2013

very sweet pattern. I have made some alterations to the pattern, it makes a great foundation to work with! I do agree that the pattern maybe a bit hard for a beginner, but great for someone that knows how to sew.

by Ginny S.
on October 21st, 2012

Cute dress but instructions lacking detail. Definately not for a beginner.

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