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Marissa's Women's Perfect Peasant Dress PDF Pattern

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Author Create Kids Couture
Price $10.00
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by Bailey, Jennifer
on July 30th, 2014

“Used this pattern to make myself a snow white dress for a princess party. I made the size according to my measurements and it was huge. Looked like I was wearing a potato sack. I shirred several rows around the point that the bodice met the skirt and it looked better. The only pattern piece is the arm cutouts. I feel like the price is too expensive for what you get and it isn't very comfortable either. The front and the back are exactly the same. If I was to make it again I would make the front neckline come down a little more instead of being the same height as the back.”

Difficulty Rating: Beginner

This peasant dress is so beautiful; it really is the "perfect" peasant dress (as named by our testers). This is one of the easiest and fullest peasant dress patterns available. It can easily go with a number of our pieces. Get creative and try your hand at using some new fabrics like linen or corduroy. This is also a great pattern for practicing mixing prints! The sky is the limit now lets see what you can do!

Here is what you receive:

Measurements for sizes XS to XL womens.

Thorough, uncomplicated step-by-step instructions accompanied by color photos that allow you to follow along with ease from start to finish.

Computer drawn pattern pieces you can print over and over again; no more 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
• Elastic Thread (we recommend Stretch-Rite)
• Iron
• Turning Tool Such as Dowel Rod or Chopstick

by Bailey, Jennifer
on July 30th, 2014

Used this pattern to make myself a snow white dress for a princess party. I made the size according to my measurements and it was huge. Looked like I was wearing a potato sack. I shirred several rows around the point that the bodice met the skirt and it looked better. The only pattern piece is the arm cutouts. I feel like the price is too expensive for what you get and it isn't very comfortable either. The front and the back are exactly the same. If I was to make it again I would make the front neckline come down a little more instead of being the same height as the back.

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