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Looking for a KNIT MAXI DRESS (or use a woven for the skirt) that is comfortable, fitted and flattering just in time for warmer weather? Then The Magazine Street Maxi Dress sewing pattern is just for you!
This sewing pattern will help you create a maxi dress that features a fitted, KNIT bodice, with rounded-neckline, optional cap sleeves and a KNIT or WOVEN maxi skirt with side slit. Elastic at the waistline
makes it even more figure flattering!
The Magazine Street Maxi Dress can be worn with heels or flats and can take you from errands to date night out! The amazing thing is that YOU MADE IT and you can wear it all year round! Top it with a cardigan, bolero or your favorite slim cut blazer for cooler months and wear it alone in warmer months!
The Magazine Street Maxi Dress is simple to make in an afternoon. Think solid, stripes or your favorite geometric print.
*No buttons or zippers needed.
*Petite, regular and tall hem lengths, bodice lengths and cap
sleeve lengths are included in this pattern.
*6 pages of pattern pieces to print on your home printer
*13 pages of detailed, photo-filled instructions
*All sizes XS – XXXL (sizes 0-26) are included in this pattern.
This pattern features 38 photo illustrations and tutorial-style
instructions to help you create your very own Magazine Street
Fabric needed: 5/8 yards knit fabric for bodice (all sizes), 1/4 yard knit fabric for cap sleeves (optional for all sizes) and 1 and 1/3 yards -2 and ½ yards knit OR woven fabric for the skirt.
NOTIONS: 21-41 inches of 3/8 inch wide elastic; one jersey ball point needle; sewing machine, thread, pins, measuring tape, tape, fabric marker
You are welcome to sell items you make using Seamingly Smitten patterns. We request items made for sale state they were made using a Seamingly Smitten pattern. Any reproduction of this eBook or any portion thereof, including electronic transmission to third parties, is strictly prohibited. Copyright Seamingly Smitten, 2014.