This very loose-fitting, pullover dress (close-fitting through bust) has fun draped pockets. The shaped hemline is longer in front than back. You can use bias binding for neckline and armholes.
This pattern also comes with a loose-fitting, unlined jacket with dropped shoulders (on the model in white). A tie closes the neckline. This jacket is unusual in that the front and back is cut-in-one with a side panel but no shoulder or side seams, and side front slits - SO Marcy Tilton.
THIS PATTERN IS UNSUITABLE FOR OBVIOUS DIAGONALS - SO USE YOUR DOTS HERE!
If you want to go colorful - this is the fabric for you!
Vogue recommends two-way stretch knits such as rayon and spandex and cotton and spandex.
What is the difference between Lycra and Spandex?
Spandex and Lycra are the same material.
Spandex is a generic term to describe the cloth, whereas Lycra is one of the most popular brand names of Spandex.
But stripes are not to be left out!
Here is a classic skirt pattern that is jazzed up with stripes!
Want to see this pattern and other tips for working with stripes in action? Check out Suzan's blog, FabricLady3!
This cute bag would be great in a fun cotton!
This lined bag has inside and outside pockets to stash your favorite items!
Parents, do you have a little one in the house?
Our laminated cottons are perfect fun drop cloths.
Easy to clean: Just wipe down with a damp sponge - no washing required.