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Mona — Trapeze Linen Dress Pattern

Even the simplest design can be transformed into something special. This dress is a perfect example. With its loose-fitting silhouette, it features a couple of original details like the button loop opening at the back and "faux" patch pockets at the front

Pattern specifications:

Type: PDF Pattern
Design Variations: 1
Sizes: Sized for ladies 4/6 to 20/22.
Illustrations: No
Instructions: No

Qty: Digital Download

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Hera is the tutorial
Reviewer: Diana

blog.fabrics-store.com/2016/09/27/how-to-make-a-simple-linen-a-line-dress-tutorial/ :) I will be sewing this dress tomorow, wish me luck :)

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Missing Instruction
Reviewer: Anonymous

I printed the pattern and transfer it onto pattern paper to find out that there is no instruction provided on how to sew this dress. Isn´t this supposed to be a tutorial? I am really disappointed.

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I love looking forward to buy some Fabice
Reviewer: Gloria

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Mona — Trapeze Linen Dress Pattern

Made this for my girlfriend, she later dyed it with indigo dye.

Posted by Robert
Mona — Trapeze Linen Dress Pattern

Love this pattern, but check your size first. I made this for me, but my daughter is the lucky owner since it is too big for me. She is thrilled, and wants me to make her more. I will definitely be sewing more of these simple dresses, for both of us.

Posted by susan
Mona — Trapeze Linen Dress Pattern

Trapeze Dress in black soften linen. I LOVE this dress! It is so comfortable and flattering. I did french seams on the sides and cut my own bias tape. I am tall and added length but had only bought 2 yards of fabric, so I divided the back panel. I cut it out on the left over fabric instead of on the fold. Worked out perfectly! I recommend sewing a little mock up version out of muslin. This is the first time I did this, and was able to add a bit here and there. Now, I am able to make another one even more easily. It took about 5 hours total time. I love the fabric and can't wait to use it on something else. It washes up very nicely and folds super small for travel. (Sorry for the bad picture. I am standing in back of my daughter.)

Posted by Lori