FREE SEWING PATTERN: Tricia Dress
I have been waiting for sooo long to post this dress here. I have been waiting for the perfect spring day, full of sunshine….and I am still waiting. My lovely British Columbia does not want to bring us a full spring this year. Fortunately, the in my backyard trees are relentless to this kind of weather and they are already turning into beautiful colors! (I guess that it is something great to learn from mother nature)Tricia dress is particularly one of my favorites of the collection so far, and that is why I called it as my mom: Patricia. It is my mother’s day gift for her, since we are far far away from each other.It is a stunningly beautiful dress, easy to use and sew and it will be your favorite for this season: The shape of the top, together with the A-line shape of the skirt enhance the figure amazingly and the neckline makes your arms look longer and thinner…Awesome :)I have to thank my husband for taking the pictures for the forth time this week. He did a great job!
6 inches zipper
This printable PDF pattern is assembled WITHOUT OVERLAPPING THE PAGES. That will make it easier to assemble and avoid further fitting issues.
The pattern comes in letter size paper.
To print this pattern, go the PDF document. Select FILE — PRINT.
It will print 20 pages. Wait until all the pages are printed before taking them from the printer; it will make it easier to assemble.
When finish printing, place the pages as the layout below. Then use tape to put them together. Now cut the pieces.
Sometimes, there are problems with the printing process and the patterns come in the wrong size (a little bit smaller).To avoid this, check the 1 inch square inside of the front bodice pattern. It will help you to see if the patterns are the correct size.
The PDF pattern comes in sizes from 4 to 22 (US Size). If you have any doubts about the sizes, please refer to the body measurement’s chart above.
The colors for each size are:
20: Light Green
This pattern comes with a 5/8 inch seam allowance, unless indicated otherwise.
Mid weight stretch cotton twill.Some great ideas for your fabric here:
For 60” wide fabric: 1 3/4 to 2 yards
For 45” wide fabrics: sizes 4 to 12 will use 1 3/4 to 2 yards; for sizes 14 to 22 the total yardage should be 2 1/2 yards.
And now enjoy your FREE pattern and tutorial 🙂