The Assembly Line V-Neck Dress (Beginner)

£21.00
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Description

The V-neck dress has a narrow V-shaped neckline that continues as a collar in the back of the neck. It features 3/4 long sleeves, pockets in side seams and an optional belt. The pattern includes parts and instructions to make the model with or without sleeves.

This is a multi-size pattern, including size XS-XXL. The pattern comes carefully packaged in an envelope together with step-by-step sewing instructions.

Difficulty: Easy

Seam allowances are included in the pattern. 

Pattern maker: Lotta Bohlin Lindström

Model is 170 cm tall and wearing a size S. The quite wide stylel makes it an easy fit, so use bust measurement for sizing. 

Suggested fabrics are light to mid weight fabrics such as denim, cotton twill, wool, needlecord, lightweight canvas.

Fabric requirements 140-150 cm fabric width: 

Sleeveless: XS 1.6 m / S 1.7 m / M 2.0 m / L 2.1 m / XL 2.3 m / XXL 2.4 m

With sleeve: XS 1.9 m / S 2.1 m / M 2.5 m / L 2.6 m / XL 2.8 m / XXL 2.9 m


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  • 5
    Good pattern, plenty of instruction.

    Posted by Lesley Taylor on 20th May 2019

    Large pattern envelope plenty of instruction of a beginner, easy dress to put together. V pleased.

  • 4
    Good pattern for beginners

    Posted by Patricia Krus on 16th May 2019

    This pattern is very well designed, the paper is of excellent quality and thick which I found makes it easier to trace the pattern for my chosen size. The instructions come in an A4 sized book with lots of detailed drawings explaining different steps. There are lots of examples of stitches, seams etc which are useful for beginners. What I did miss was an indication on the pattern of where to shorten/lengthen. And following the instructions I found that it would have been better to overlock all the edges first to get neater finish around the pockets- although since that's on the inside, you don't see it but still, it would look nicer. Sizing is pretty big and as I'm only 1,58m I had to shorten it quite a bit.