Thanks for visiting On the Cutting Floor today! This is the FREE SEWING PATTERN: Fiona Dress
I am glad to present a new free pattern made using Patternmaker USA.
I was very pleased with the results of the software. It, not only, has given a more professional look to the patterns, but it has also speD up the process by about 4 times!
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The Dress features:
A fitted knee length dress with a flounce top.
1 1/2 yard of stable knit
ballpoint sewing needle
6” invisible zipper
The pattern covers sizes from 4 to 22. Please check on the chart below for size measurements
I used a medium weight, stable knit fabric. The one used on this project was scuba knit.
The pattern will work well with medium weight knit fabric
The pattern comes in letter, A4 format. The pages OVERLAY 1 inch.
Please notice that there might be small differences from printer to printer.
Remember to check the ”actual size” printing option:
Please print all pages and place them as shown in the following printing layout:
Letter and A4
This patterns comes with specific marks to put the pieces together:
The blue diamond the symbol to help you to put the pages together. Each page has half of the diamond on each page. When the pages are aligned correctly, it will form the full diamond
Here you will redirect to my shop to download the pattern for free. The tutorial is added to the end of this post. Enjoy!
Click on the button below to find the graded pattern.
Please notice that the pattern has no seam allowance added
This is a fab looking dress. I like the fitted shape and the flirty top. Thanks for yet another free pattern. Vey kind of you to share.
Anne Weaver says
beautiful! I’ve got a Craft Gossip scheduled for this evening that features your Fiona dress pattern: http://sewing.craftgossip.com/?p=89646 –Anne
Thank you Anne!
Denise/DIY Crush says
This is so pretty!! Thank you so much for offering such beautiful patterns for us to use! Thanks for sharing at the DIY Crush Craft Party on Thursday! Hope to see your new projects again this week!
Thank you Denise,
I am happy to participate, so many great links to check 🙂
I’m confused on where the instructions might be located
the link was missing on the original post. I have updated now 🙂