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Cap-Sleeve A-Line Dress (12m through 14 inlcudes doll)

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Author Jocole
Price $8.00
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by kmonroe35
on November 14th, 2013

“I love this pattern! I don't really enjoy working with knits but the directions were really good. I was surprised by how fast this was to put together.”

Versatile pattern with multiple variations make this a pattern you'll reach for again and again. Simple a-line shape lends itself easily to various embellishments.

3 sleeve options: cap-sleeves, 3/4 sleeves and long sleeves
4 neckline options: jewel neck, scoop neck, v neck and boat neck
3 length options: hip length, tunic length, below the knee length

Yup, you read that right ... T-E-N different options.

13 sizes included:
12m, 18m, 2t, 3t, 4t, 5t, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14, doll

You will receive: ONE (1) pdf sewing pattern with 29 pages of step-by-step sewing instructions (29 steps and 45 color photos +5 different methods for doing the binding ) and 10 pages of patterns to guide you along as you make a Cap-Sleeve A-Line Dress.

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All patterns are designed and handmade by Jocole. They are hand-drafted and then scanned and digitized into professional patterns. Each size is clearly marked for ease of cutting.

Handmade items in LIMITED quantities can be made and sold with this pattern. Design credit must be given to Jocole when listing items and on hangtags. The images, layout, design and other aspects of this pattern are Copyright © Jocole, 2011.

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~ Fabric [knit or woven] (yardage requirements are included in the instruction) (Hip Length: 1/3 yard to 7/8 yard, Tunic Length: 1/3 to 1 yard, Dress Length: 1/2 yard to 1 1/4 yard)
~ Coordinating thread
~ Basic Sewing Tools: scissors, straight pins, sewing machine, iron, ironing board
~ Optional Tools: serger sewing machine, rotary cutter, rotary mat and ruler

by kmonroe35
on November 14th, 2013

I love this pattern! I don't really enjoy working with knits but the directions were really good. I was surprised by how fast this was to put together.

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