Marilla Walker Roberts Collection Pattern - (Intermediate)

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Description

This is an uber comfortable, modern and stylish mini collection of dress making patterns. The design details are echoed and repeated throughout each of the four garments to form cohesive wardrobe staples that are really fun and easy to wear.

The style is oversized and baggy with a dropped waist/crotch and all over roomy fit. 

VIEW A - JUMPSUIT
Key features - grown-on cap sleeves, small front hip pleats, topstitched neck facings, front button fastening, front pockets and seam detail on the bodice back.

VIEW B - DUNGAREES
Key features - slim shoulder straps, small front hip pleats, front pockets and a side popper fastening.

VIEW C - DUNGAREE DRESS
Key features - slim shoulder straps, front pockets and a side popper fastening. There are two lengths to choose from including knee length and mid calf.

VIEW D - WOVEN T-SHIRT
Key features - grown-on cap sleeves, topstitched neck facings and seam detail on the bodice back.

MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS
o Main fabric - woven
o Lining fabric - woven
o Thread.
o 5 x 10-15mm buttons, view A.
o 4 x 15mm heavy duty snaps, view B & C.
o 0.5 metres of fusible interfacing.

Woven fabric suggestions are as follows, but similar weights to those recommended would also be suitable.

VIEW A - Light to medium weight denim, cotton twill, linen, viscose, medium weight cotton
VIEW B - Light to medium weight denim, cotton twill, linen, corduroy
VIEW C - Light to medium weight denim, cotton twill, linen, corduroy 
VIEW D - Cotton, linen, viscose, silk, rayon

This is rated intermediate as there are a lot of steps for each pattern and some advanced seam finishes.

 

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  • 5
    Best dungaree dress!

    Posted by Lindsay on 10th Feb 2019

    Have only sewn the dungaree dress (view C) so far but have plans to also make the dungarees and the jumpsuit. This is a fab pattern - very clear instructions and a very satisfying sew. As an intermediate sewer the challenge was just right for me and I'm looking forward to mastering the rest.