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Sweet Innocence

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Author My Treasured Heirlooms
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by Sheri and her Angels!
on July 17th, 2015

“Love the different to follow.”

Sweet Innocence is a great pattern with lots of options, included in it is 3 versions of the over dress, each of the over dresses features a curved and ruffled hem that is oh so pretty, also included is 2 versions of a peasant dress one a fairly simple peasant dress and the other a super full 3 tiered peasant dress with lots of twirl. The sleeves on the peasant dress includes 4 different lengths, cap sleeve, short sleeve, 3/4 sleeve and long sleeves. The peasant dresses also look great by themselves. Finally the pant pattern that is included can be made with or without ruffles and you can make them with just 1 ruffle or 2, wow that is alot of options. Sizes 2 - 10.

The pattern includes 27 pages of instructions, with in those instructions is a table of contents, measurement guide, finished measurements, yardage chart, and a yardage chart for individual parts of the pattern (ruffles, separate from skirt), cutting guides, you may also choose whether you want to print out the rectangular pieces (ruffles, straps, etc) or if you rather not measure, those pieces are also included as an option to print.


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Annastasia Cruz
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Dresses A, B, C - 2.25 to 4 yds
Basic peasant dress (cap and short sleeves) - 1.75 to 3 yds
Basic peasant dress (3/4 and long sleeves) - 2 to 4.25 yds
Tiered peasant dress (cap and short sleeves) - 2.75 to 4 yds
Tiered peasant dress (3/4 and long sleeves) - 3 to 4.25 yds
Pants - 1 to 1.5 yds
Suggested Fabrics: All items: Quilters cotton, batiste, broadcloth, handkerchief linen, organdy, dupioni, linen and other similar weight fabrics

Notions: Dress A, one 3/8” non fancy button, one ½” or larger fancy button. Dresses B & C three 3/8” to ½” buttons, ¾” elastic for pants, ¼” elastic for peasant dresses, thread to match, small amount fusible interfacing (about 2”X10”)

Tools: Sewing machine, straight pins, iron, ironing board
Other suggested tools: quilter’s ruler, fabric pen, safety pin (large enough for inserting ¼” elastic)

by Sheri and her Angels!
on July 17th, 2015

Love the different to follow.