little dresses. I thought that I could interpret that picture into something sweet. I hope you will agree that they are that. Dress #1 has bodice side and skirt side panels cut on the bias and the remainder of the dress cut on the straight of grain. Dress #2 is just the opposite—side panels and pleat underlays are cut on the straight of grain and the remainder of the dress is cut on the bias. Dress #3 is ‘normal’ all is cut on the straight of grain. Of course, you are free to do yours any way you choose. Get creative and have some fun! Oh, yes. Each dress is fully lined.
NOTE: If sewing 'set-in' panels is not for you, you can easily top stitch them in place.
Now, this pattern may not be for the beginner as there are no drawings in the instructions. There are however; well-written directions and the usual pattern pieces. If you have the assistance of an experienced seamstress, you should be successful.
This pattern is fully copyrighted and may NOT be copied and sold
under any circumstances. You may make up this pattern and sell the garments on a small scale (nothing commercial) if credit is given to me, Med Welch of Doll Clothes Patterns by Med1, as designer.
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