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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

What you get with your pattern:

- Free PDF download for our registered customers.
- Print-at-home format on Letter/A4 paper.
- Layered PDF to print just the sizes you want.
- Most patterns available graded in size 0/2 to 28/30.
- Step-by-step instructions on The Thread blog.
- No licensing restrictions. Sew as many as you like for yourself, your family, even your sewing business.

Pattern specifications:

Type: PDF Pattern
Design Variations: 1
Illustrations: No
Instructions: No

Qty: Digital Download

Free digital patterns are available for registered customers only.

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Fabrcis-store buyer profile image photos don't show the silhouette of the dress. :(
Reviewer: Anonymous

haven't made this dress because when I look at the photos, I can't really tell what it looks like - please add a photo (front & back) of the model standing. The seated on the settee photo is certainly appealing but doesn't show us what the silhouette looks like. The photos are truly important. Based on reviews and on a couple of the customer photos, I'm far more inclined to make it.

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Rosi profile image Just what I need!
Reviewer: Rosi

Very good dress! Very clear instructions. I made just 2 amendments - made the front neckline deeper, and closed the pockets a bit from the sides. It fits perfectly and I'm happy to wear it second day so far:)

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Sue profile image Brilliant and easy to use.
Reviewer: Sue

Great little pattern that i'll be using again and again, thank you! But have to say it's not easy to find the tutorial from the actual pattern page. Can I suggest that if there are links to tutorials for particular patterns that they could be put on the pattern page too. The tutorials are brilliant and will help anyone if they get into difficulties. Brilliant site and glad I found it!

FS Team profile Image F|S Team

Hi - we are glad you liked the pattern. I will pass your request to the pattern makers - the tutorial address is on the second page of the pattern, but we will see how we can have it stand out more :) Please email us if you have any questions!

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Diana profile image Hera is the tutorial
Reviewer: Diana :) I will be sewing this dress tomorow, wish me luck :)

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Fabrcis-store buyer profile image 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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Gloria profile image I love looking forward to buy some Fabice
Reviewer: Gloria

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Mona — Trapeze Linen Dress Pattern

Made this cute Trapeze dress out of the IL020 Krista Natural linen with the intention of dyeing it afterwards. It turned out beautifully and I get compliments every time I wear it! The pattern ran slightly big for the measurements. I ended up taking it in at the sides quite a bit. The linen was wonderful to work with!

Posted by Barb
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
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