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Chloe's Party Peasant Dress

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Author Create Kids Couture
Price $10.00
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by Stafford, Bryana
on May 11th, 2012

“BEAUTIFUL DRESS!!! The pattern is easy to understand and to follow!”

This adorable peasant top dress with a beautiful sash and bell sleeves will be a perfect addition to any Spring or Fall outfit! Use cotton or corduroy and let your imagination take you away! The sky is the limit now lets see what YOU can do with it!

We will have step-by-step instructions with lots of photos to help you follow along with ease! We highly recommend reading the entire pattern once or twice to become familiar with it before starting.

This pattern includes measurements for sizes 18 mos. to 6 girls.

Computer drawn pattern pieces so you can print from your home over and over again. No patterns that rip or tear!

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• Fabric (chart for measurements included in pattern)
• Scissors or Rotary Cutter
• Cutting Mat if using Rotary Cutter
• Ruler
• Pins
• Erasable Fabric Marker or Tailors Chalk
• Sewing Machine and/or Serger
• Thread
• 1/4" Elastic
• Elastic Thread (we recommend Stretch-Rite)
• Iron
• Turning Tool Such as Dowel Rod or Chopstick

by Freeman, Ines
on February 7th, 2013

love this dress

by Stafford, Bryana
on May 11th, 2012

BEAUTIFUL DRESS!!! The pattern is easy to understand and to follow!

by Van Lenten, Lori
on January 8th, 2012

I LOVE the pattern and my daughter's dress turned out great. I made the size 3T and the sleeves were hard to shirr because of their size and the size of my machine arm. Any smaller and shirring would have been impossible. I would do the shirring earlier in the pattern process or use a casing to avoid shirring all together for less advanced sewers. I also might test drive attaching the sleeve ruffles to the sleeves earlier so the ruffles can be serged easily. Overall if you are a beginning sewer and you follow the direction exactly you will have a GREAT dress. Can't wait to make another one! Thanks!

by marilynmd
on January 4th, 2012

I have made this 4 times already with the bell sleeves and not. My only issue is the bell sleeves are rather large and are not meant for eating in ...lol Other then that Beautiful pattern

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