Does anyone remember a dress that was on the site about a year ago? It was about knee length and made out of a dark gray fabric on the initial model picture. It had long sleeves that were flared at the wrists and it looked like a business outfit. It did not have a collar, but instead a slit starting at the top and going down a couple of inches in the middle.
I had printed off a copy of the free pattern, but have now lost it. I cannot find it on the website anymore. Does anyone know where I might find it? Sorry I don’t have a better description.
Thanks so much
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