Noor — Noor Wrap Dress Pattern
This is our first wrap dress on the blog which is a bit strange because what better way to emphasize the effortlessly chic spirit of linen than turning it into a wrap dress?
Most feminine yet versatile clothing piece a woman can have in her wardrobe, a wrap dress flatters many figures, looks great in any color and is ideal for any occasion, from fancy dinners to casual weekends. Our version of the iconic wrap dress has long slightly puffed sleeves, gathered skirt and pretty ribbon ties.
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Fun pattern. I tweaked it to have tie go all the way around. Next time I'll do less gathers for the skirt., too much attention to the hips. I used cobalt blue linen.
This is the first time I've taped together 50 pages to use a free pattern, but it is worth it. I'll definitely use the pattern again and might make it up a third time for a friend. I love how quickly this dress comes together with no facings, buttons or zipper to worry about. This will become a closet staple.
When I opened the overview of the pattern in Adobe, it appeared as if nothing was there. However, I finally noticed an arrow to the left of the screen and clicked on it. This opened up a side menu that did have the paper clip needed to open the pattern pieces. Thank you Fabric-Store. When I get mine made, I will be back to post a pic. I hope this might help someone having issues.
This pattern says that it only needs 2 yards but it definitely requires more.. I would say get 3.
Thanks for your review. We recommend 2 yards up to a size 12/14 and 4.25 yards for the larger sizes. This is calculated based on our 54" linen.
Apparently I can't get the pattern without using Adobe. The paperclip symbol for the attachment just doesn't show up. I don't want to sign away my soul, my first born child and send Adobe a blood sample just so I can see a pattern.
Hello, We recommend Adobe since they provide the industry standard in design software, worldwide. Adobe Reader is free and compatible with our design programs, and we are the most familiar with it. This said you are very welcome to use other .pdf readers to access our patterns.
I have made this out of a linen type fabric. Easy to print out and the ability to print one size was fantastic. The instructions were simple and clear, with lots of photos. It came together amazingly well. This is a super comfortable dress that's versatile so you can dress it up or down, it looks great with leggings and boots. I've added a patch pocket. I'm going to make another because it's so comfortable that I don't want to take it off. Thank you for sharing the pattern.
Hi, Do you have the A0 format of this pattern? I was hoping to have it printed at my local printer shop, rather than assembling it myself. Thank you.
Good afternoon! We don't offer the pattern in the A0 format for the free downloads. We do offer for sale patterns that come already printed and can save you a trip to the printer :)
There are not a lot of photos to this pattern. Can the length of the dress be turned into a maxi?
Hi! We have a step by step sewing guide ( with more photos) for this pattern on our blog here: blog.fabrics-store.com/2019/03/26/noor-wrap-dress-tutorial/ I am sure you can extend the length of the dress - you may have to switch up how you layout on the fabric the skirt portion of the dress ( depending on how long you want to make it). Take a look at the sewing tutorial on the blog and you can also email Catina ( the pattern drafter) directly at askfabrics-store.com
As promised, I made this up from linen (Weeping Willow) after the cotton "muslin." I do love this pattern and get so many compliments on the dresses. My only caveat is to be aware of how modest you prefer your necklines to be before you cut out the bodice pieces. Next time I will alter this so that I don't need to put a cami under it. More details on sewingpattern.review dot com.
I decided to make this up in cheap cotton before cutting into my linen, and I'm glad I did because I learned a few things to do differently the next time. I love this dress; it's SO flattering and comfortable on and will serve me well during the transitional months and into winter with tights and boots or clogs. For me the hard part was figuring out how to make the juncture of bodice and skirt look finished inside and out right where the tie joins there at the side waist. But I will study a lot and figure out something that satisfies my need for perfect seams before making this again. Would love to have this in two or three colors in my closet!
The NOOR Wrap Dress is one of Fabrics-store's free patterns and a great option for beginners. I found the written instructions with photos really easy to follow. It features a bias-binding neckline and simple side seam ties as the closure. The long sleeves can be rolled up for a less formal look. You can find more about this dress here: blog.fabrics-store.com/2021/03/25/pattern-review-noor-wrap-dress-in-dusty-lotus-linen/
I choose BLEACHED Midweight Linen and using the shibori tutorial, I incorporated a simple itajme fold, dipped in indigo. For the sleeves and waist ties, I used a block printed cotton that I had in my fabric stash. For the inner neck lining, I used a beautiful piece of khadi cotton also from my stash. I decided to make a few modifications to the pattern, I wanted the dress to be loose-fitting across the chest so I went with a Medium 8-10 size and as I am a little fuller in the chest, I added a dart into both of the front pieces. I modified the sleeves so they were ungathered and I added a lining to the end of the sleeves so that when they were rolled up the contrasting fabric would show. I used roughly 4â€³ of fabric for this and a combination of machine and hand stitching to sew in place. You can find more about the dye and dress construction here: blog.fabrics-store.com/2021/03/04/pattern-review-noor-wrap-dress-in-shibori-dyed-linen/
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