Felicity Joy Dress
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Recommended Skill Level - Confident Beginner
Seam allowance is 3/8"(1 cm) unless stated otherwise in the pattern, and is included in all measurements and templates.
Required Supplies: sewing machine (serger optional), needle suitable for chosen fabric (universal), elastic thread (recommend Gutermann or CTS), iron, pins/clips, scissors.
Suggested Fabric: Light-medium weight wovens, such as cotton, linen, poplin, eyelet
Included in the Pattern:
~ Fabric requirements and measuring/cutting charts for sizes 12-18mo, 18-24mo, 2T, 3T, 4T, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10
~ Single page template for cutting your bodice sleeve curves, color coded by size
~ General sizing guide & instructions for how to blend sizes to help you obtain the proper fit for your child.
~ Final dress length measurement for each size
~ Supplies and suggested fabrics list
~ Line drawings showing front and back, plus modeled photos of finished dress
~ All measurements throughout the pattern presented in both metric and imperial
~ Full color photo tutorial with specific details for each step; suitable for beginners
~ Hints and tips throughout the tutorial
The details and step-by-step instructions in this pattern are 14 pages, plus a single page template for cutting the armhole curves. Measurements specific to each size are given for cutting the rectangular tiers and bodice pieces.
NOTE: This is a pattern, not a completed garment.