Jane — Gathered Shirt Dress With Notched Collar Sewing Pattern (Free PDF)
If you feel like your wardrobe needs a lot more buttons and collars, then you'll love our new pattern - The Notched Collar Shirtdress! Effortlessly chic, its feminine cut is flattering for all body shapes and sizes.
Practice sewing a collar, adding facings, attaching yokes and patch pockets and stitching buttonholes. And even though this pattern is classified as intermediate, beginner sewists should not be scared to try!
- Free print-at-home format on A4 paper
- Layered PDF to print just your size
- Most patterns graded in size 0/2 to 28/30
- Many have Step-by-step instructions on The Thread blog
- No licensing restrictions. Sew as many as you like
|0/2 to 12/14, 16/18 to 28/30
Customer Questions and Answers
je suis incapable de faire le col de cette robe, lorsque je suis vos instruction comme démontré dans le tuto, tout arrive a l'envers. Ça fonctionne pas pour moi :( est-ce qu'il existe une vidéo pour faire la robe plutôt que des photos merci.
I'm sorry, this free pattern only has the photographed tutorial.
Can I use regular 8x11 copy paper for printing the Jane notched collar? Thank you.
Yes you can. Please ensure you have set the print settings to "actual size" and/or 100%.
When will this be available? I'm dying to see it up and have just the linen for it. I'm going on a trip in November and this would be so perfect!
Hi! The file didn't upload. Thank you for letting us know. It is available now :)
I successfully completed this pattern. Very cute! When cutting the pattern, the PLACE ON FOLD side of the collar is on the wrong side. I think that's why the person below got stumped. Once cut, the collar should be a nice "C" shape instead of a wonky "W". Hopefully this helps anyone that's stumped. I also shortened this dress a few inches. If I was to make again I would go down a size. It's a cute oversized fit, but I like things just a wee bit tighter.
I made this dress for my long-distance daughter-in-law based on finished measurements of a dress she already had and liked. The finished measurements listed in the pattern instructions were spot-on and she is thrilled with the fit.
Bien que débutante et ne parlant pas anglais, j'ai réussi à réaliser cette robe. Difficile mais les explications sont très claires. Le patron est superbe. Merci
I cannot get this collar to work. I'm an experienced garment sewer but this one got the better of me. I like to overall look so am going to try putting a different collar on
Hi! Send us an email - askfabrics-store.com with where you got stuck and I can ask our seamstress to help. Did you have a chance to see if the tutorial sheds some light? This is the tutorial for the dress blog.fabrics-store.com/2018/07/03/gathered-shirt-dress-with-notched-collar-tutorial/
Just made this dress - great pattern - changed sleeves to long cuffed sleeves. I will post a photo as soon as I finish sewing on buttons. Used oatmeal colored linen from a different vendor, but will be ordering more from this site to make another one in a different color!
Jane in size 14. This is IL019 in Cerulean Blue. Mods I made were to 1) add woven fusible interfacing to the upper half of the front facing and collar and 2) added buttoned on ties at the back waist to bring in a little of the fullness in the back. 3) shortened the skirt a couple of inches to bring it just above the knee.
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Beginner: A beginner sewist is someone who is new to sewing and has limited experience using a sewing machine or hand sewing techniques. They are ready to follow basic patterns and sew simple projects, but may struggle with more complex designs.
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