Lily — Linen Dress, Tunic, Blouse and Skirt

Price:
Paper Pattern : $45.00

Lily is a pattern collection that includes a pullover dress, tunic, blouse, and skirt. Choose short or 3/4 length sleeves for each style. Wear yours loose and flowing, or cinch with the self-belt.

What you get with your pattern:

- 1:1 fit and pattern consultation with our in-house pattern maker and fit expert.
- The latest in sizing. We use up-to-date technology and body shape data to get you a better fit.
- Professional clothing construction techniques. Developed by industry insiders with 100 years of shared experience.
- Illustrated instructional booklet to get you from start to finish. Written with the beginner in mind.
- Comes printed on crease-free, rolled plotting paper. Professional quality.
- Your pattern comes with only the sizes you requested printed in vibrant colors. Less clutter for easier cutting.
- Complimentary pattern storage tube and pattern hook.
- Pattern card for easy reference.
- Sew for your business? The pattern license is free with purchase.

Pattern specifications:

Type: Paper Pattern
Design Variations: 4
Sizes: 2 to 8, 10 to 16
Illustrations: Yes
Instructions: Yes

Paper Pattern

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wynne profile image roll it up!
Reviewer: wynne

No more folding and stuffing into a tiny envelope

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Barbie profile image Fantastic skirt
Reviewer: Barbie

After making the Lily skirt in ginger I wore it to the Kingdom Hall. To my surprise my hubby went around telling all our friends how proud he was of me for making my own clothes and doing a great job. Who knew he felt that way? Needless to say I got buckets full of compliments and people asking me where I got my linen. So easy to sew and look good in! Mission accomplished.

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Lily  — Linen Dress, Tunic, Blouse and Skirt

I did make 4 adjustments to my pattern. The size of the dress, sleeve and cuff. I made mine two sizes up so it had an oversize look. The sleeve cuff (U) I did not fold in half, I left it it's entire length and added the interfacing still and lined it. So the cuff's length would be longer (after sewn 6 1/4?) I also did not do the pleat on the sleeve and gathered it instead to fit the cuff opening. This gave both the sleeve and cuff a flair. I also changed the position of my buttons, I only did one button each sleeve and added it to the end of the sleeve placket instead of on the actual cuff so that the cuff could remain open.

Posted by Warlene
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