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Sugarplum Princess Dress

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Author Foofoo Threads
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The cap sleeves can be worn on or off the shoulders, giving the dress an old fashioned yet timeless feel. The elasticized back allows for a flattering shape while still being comfortable for your little one to wear. The outer skirt with it’s beautiful ruffled panels on each side, and the ballerina style bodice with it's pointed bottom give this dress a real storybook appeal. Two generous ties that come out of the side seams tie at the back of the dress in a big bow, completing the fairytale look. This dress is appropriate for the intermediate seamstress.....techniques you will need to use to sew the Sugarplum Princess dress include gathering, shirring (or elastic casings), and sewing a curved seam. The tutorial takes you through all of it, step by step with plenty of colored pictures! This listing includes the tutorial as well as the pattern pieces to sew the Sugarplum Princess dress in size 6-12 months (19" chest) through size 10....however, the size 10 fits a chest of 29" so many moms find that this size works well for a size 12 girl! Plus the elasticized bodice allows this dress to fit the girl for a long time.....
Instructions provided for making elastic casings OR shirring!


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--‐Fabric quilting weight cottons work well, but also can be made using Swiss dotted batiste, cotton lawn, voile, seersucker, linen, etc.
--‐Sewing machine
--‐Serger, rotary cutter/mat
--‐Measuring tape
--‐Iron and ironing board
--‐Seam ripper
--‐2 Safety pins
--‐Elastic thread
--‐If doing the elastic casing option in place of shirring, 2--‐6 Yards of ¼” elastic
--‐Good quality, 1/4” elastic, About ½ yard
--‐Printer paper and tape
--‐Turning tool
--‐Fabric pen or pencil

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