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Danielle

Added Jan 20, 2007

By burdastyle

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1 Front Piece in Selvage 1x
2 Front Placket in Selvage 1x
3 Front Skirt Piece in Selvage 1x
4 Back Piece 2x
5 Back Placket 2x
6 Back Skirt Piece 2x
7 Sleeves 2x
8 Front Trimming in Selvage 1x
9 Back Trimming 2x

Sizes 2 to 12 (EU 34 to 44)

Fabric needed
Embroidered dupioni Silk, 54” (135 cm) wide
Sizes 34,36: 64” (160 cm),
Size 38: 72” (180 cm),
Sizes 40,42,44: 76” (190 cm) long

Pleated Organza Inset with velvet band, 1 1/2” (4 cm) wide
Sizes 34,36: 32” (80 cm),
Sizes 38, 40: 36” (90 cm),
Sizes 42,44: 40” (100 cm) long

Satin : 56” (140 cm) wide,
Sizes 34,36, 38: 52” (130 cm)
Sizes 40,42,44: 56” (140 cm) long

Chiffon: 56” (140 cm) wide; 4” (10 cm) long for all sizes

22” (55 cm) fusible bias tape, 36” (90 cm) wide
1 seam zip, 34” (60 cm) long, special sewing foot

Elastic band: ¼” (7mm) wide, 28” (70 cm) long

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    Apr 18, 2012, 09.48 PMby Mindyleigh20

    It says that there is an error with the file. Please fix!!!!!

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    Aug 23, 2010, 06.26 PMby clairesophie

    how do you tell which sleeve is right which is left? Thanks!

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    Jan 5, 2010, 02.05 PMby freeli

    Sorry if this is a stupid question, but where do all those different fabrics come from: Embroidered Dupioni silk, Satin, Chiffon, pleated organze inset with welvet band? Nothing apart from the Organze thing is mentioned anywhere. And what exactly is a pleated organza inset with velvet band? Sorry, i’m just a confused beginner :) thanks for the help.

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      May 6, 2010, 05.59 AMby grifalyssa

      that is just reccomended fabrics. As you can see in the finished project pictures there are many different that can be used with this pattern. Personally, I find cotton the easiest to learn on.

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    Aug 16, 2009, 10.36 PMby kquade

    When I try to get to the page where I can download the pattern, it’s blank. Like the pattern itself is just flat out missing. I tried both the “print at home” and “print at copyshop” options and nothing happens. I want to make this NOW NOW NOW!! someone please help!

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      Aug 19, 2009, 08.34 AMby lauralina

      Did you try the “save as” option ? Just right click on the “Print pattern at home”, and click on “Save as…” or something similar (I don’t know which browser you’re using :) ). Then you just need to choose the directory into which you want to save your pdf. Open it and enjoy ?

      Good luck !

      PS : check that Adobe Acrobat Reader is actually installed on your computer, otherwise, you will not be able to read the file.

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