19 mar. 2014

Laura's dress sewing pattern

Laura's dress is out for sale!

This is an A-line shape dress with a wide reverse pleat in the front. It features short puff-top lined sleeves and it has 2 length options to make a dress or a tunic. It closes at the back with 2/3 buttons or snap fasteners. This pattern provides 2 collar options; Peter Pan collar and rolled collar.

This pattern has been rated for advanced beginners to intermediate sewers!


  
I think puffy sleeves on little girls is just too cute! And the rolled collar gives a vintage look that I love!

The Peter Pan collar ends at the shoulders and is a great detail to enhance a simple top. This tutorial includes the instructions on how to make the bow featured in the design below.


Check out the pictures sent from the testers! With sizes included, take a look and check the fit of this dress.


This pretty 14 months old baby is wearing a size 1 rolled collar dress. She is a size 12-18 months in store bought garments.

These beautiful twins are using a size 2 Peter Pan collar dress and tunic. They wear size 2T/3T in store bought clothes. You can read more about these dresses here.

This beauty is wearing a size 3 rolled collar dress, and she is a size 3 in ready made clothes.

This gorgeous lady is wearing a size 5 tunic with Peter Pan collar.  She is a size 5 in store bought clothes. I'm in LOVE with this fabric!



This pretty girl is wearing a size 4 tunic with Peter Pan collar. She is a size 4 in store bought garments.

This petite beauty is wearing a size 3 dress with rolled collar. She is a size 3 in store bought garments.


This little lady is wearing a size 3 dress with rolled collar. She is a size 3 in store bought garments


This gorgeous baby girl is wearing a size 1 tunic length with Peter Pan collar. She is a size 12 months in store bought garments.




This lady is wearing a size 8 dress with Peter Pan collar. Her mommy added piping to the edge of the collar which is a great idea especially when using the same fabric for the entire dress. She is a size 8 in store bought garments. (Instructions on how to apply pipping to the collar are not provided in this tutorial)


This smiley beauty is wearing a size 10 dress with Peter Pan collar. She is a size 10 in store bought garments.


This pretty lady is wearing a size 5 dress with Peter Pan collar. She is a size 5 in store bought garments

This beautiful girl is wearing a size 4 dress with Peter Pan collar. She is a size 4 or 5 in store bought garments. I love how using a contrasting fabric for the sleeves and collar make it look like a jumper dress. Read about this dress here.


This little beauty is wearing a size 4 dress with Peter Pan collar. She is a size 4 in store bought garments. This mommy also added piping to the collar which looks amazing. (Instructions on how to apply pipping to the collar are not provided in this tutorial)


This gorgeous lady is wearing a size 9 dress with rolled collar. She is a size 9 in store bought garments


This beautiful lady is wearing a size 10 dress with Peter Pan collar. She is a size 10/14 in store bought garments.  


This gorgeous little baby is only 7 months and she is wearing a size 1 dress with rolled collar. She wears 12 months in store bought garments. She looks like a doll! So cute!


This pretty girl is wearing a size 5 tunic with rolled collar. She wears 5/6 in store bought garments


This gorgeous little girl is wearing a size 2 dress with Peter Pan collar. She is a size 2 in store bought garments.  


Check out the picture of the 3 of them together on their Laura dresses and tunic. So cute!


This beauty is wearing a size 9 dress with rolled collar. She wears 9 in store bought garments. I love that smile!



This gorgeous little model is wearing a size 6 dress with rolled collar. She wears 6 in store bought garments


This beauty is wearing a size 7 dress with rolled collar. She wears 6/7 in store bought garments. Again, it looks like a jumper dress over a shirt when using a plain color for the sleeves and collar.


This pretty lady is wearing a size 7 tunic with Peter Pan collar. She wears 7 in store bought garments.  



Laura's dress and tunic is available at Lily Bird Studio's online shops and website: LBS's website HERE, LBS's Craftsy shop HERE and LBS's Etsy shop HERE!
You can get this pattern for 5.00 USD only from Lily Bird Studios' website until Sunday 23rd!

I'm also giving away 2 copies of this pattern to 2 winners. Enter the giveaway below for a chance to win!

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27 comentarios:

just jayma dijo...

This is so darling! With the. Rolled collar, and the right buttons, it would look cute on backwards!!

Meme Makes dijo...

I would love to see a romper suit for summer!

Laura Palau Tuset dijo...

Boy shirt

Kylie Roberts dijo...

I would love to see something for the boys please

Anh-Chi dijo...

I would love to see a knit summer maxi dress for girls. Thanks!

marcia dijo...

I am also voting for BOY patterns

Miss Dove dijo...

So so adorable! I love this patter, especially with the rolled collar.

Ula P dijo...

A shirt would be cute (girls or boys)

Toni hill dijo...

Something wintery

Lacasa Cactus dijo...

A spring jacket would be nice

Elisabetta dijo...

thank you so much for this new chance, again ^_^
I am in love with the three sisters and the pink fabric their mum used
this new pattern is gorgeous, I love the round collar and those puffy sleeves, too cute!
I'd like to see something with a tulip style in, maybe sleeves or a skirt, the choice is yours, you are the creative mind here!
don't know why but I can't answer using my iPhone or iPad, it is impossible to submit my answer and often the page crashes

Kim dijo...

Interested in a spring jacket

Flavia Gaspar dijo...

It would be nice to get a Summery Romper for girls

Jill dijo...

I would love to see something utilizing scallops maybe as a trim. I have seen scallops used in women patterns but not so much in girls patterns ad I love them. This dress is awesome love your style!

Caroline dijo...

I would like to see a pinafore that can worn over the top of a blouse or long sleeved tee. This dress is gorgeous

steve dijo...

Nice one how simple it to communicate with people and have them understand a certain topic of dress sewing machine, you made my day.

DIN 7 | DIN 6325

Anónimo dijo...

This dress pattern is so darling, love your patterns...;o}

Julia Floyd dijo...

I would love to see some jacket patterns!

Laura Pott dijo...

I LOVE the vintage flair of your patterns, s classic with clean lines, wearable and not over-the-top. I would love to see dresses or tops like this too :)

Terra Sews dijo...

Something for summer!

Deborah D dijo...

I would like a boys pattern! Great!

Friekel dijo...

a vintage pants for girls and maybe for their mum's too

ellie.g dijo...

A jacket for cool summer evenings.

Kathy E. dijo...

I would like to see a ruffle-bottomed romper for toddler girls that is easy to open for diaper changes.

Kelly Elliott dijo...

all these dresses are adorable.!

Sew It Sherry dijo...

I would love to see a jacket or coat, and if you decide to design one, I would love to test for you lol.

Kelie McWilliams dijo...

Love it all!

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