The Mitchell Dress and Jumpsuit PDF Pattern Sizes XS-XXL
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The Mitchell Dress and Jumpsuit bring easy wrap style to any sewist's wardrobe. Both the dress and jumpsuit utilize innovative design and simple shapes to create a silhouette that is flattering on any body type while remaining easy and fun to sew. The jumpsuit version of the Mitchell requires an invisible zipper, instructions for installing this type of zipper are included.
Pattern is sized XS-XXL, roughly 32"-45" bust.
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118 reviews5 out of 5 stars
Made the dress version - fun pattern and sizing was accurate for me. (For my muslin I shortened the sleeves and used bias binding for the neck.) Reminds me of the dottie angel wrap apron, but this is an everyday dress that will be fun to style. Thank you!
The resulting pattern is divine. The instructions were mostly clear though at some points I really wanted some more illustrations. My biggest gripe was that the instructions to invert the neck facing while installing the zipper came at the end of that section and the instructions for hand-sewing & sewing in the facing were pretty vague. I don't have a serger or a machine that can do a zig-zag so I ended up doing a Hong Kong finish on all my seams. They look great but it took three days to finish a pattern that seems like it otherwise could be done in a day.
The arms are a bit tight on the large and the front does not lie flat for me. It is such a cool concept, though I plan to keep tweaking the pattern.
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