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If you haven’t already signed up for our free sew-along, you need to before May 20th! In this sew-along you’ll learn to sew both these awesome dress patterns our Detail Dress and Plus Size V-Neck Dress!

I’ll also go over how to create a custom size line, so your dress will have the perfect fit. I love how my dresses turned out below…

Meg Dresses

With the cool gathered band across the dress you can really have fun with mixing prints with solids – or you can sew all in one fabric or print for a different effect. Then on the left is the plus size dress sample I made for my friend Mel! Note: this particular sample is shorter than the pattern hemline.

Sewing Steps

I go through every step of the constructing this dress in video form, and once you register you’ll have access to everything for a lifetime so you can watch again and again.

Member Dresses

Here are also some dresses that our lovely member and students in the course have made!

The lower left project was made by Verona W and she said in the course “I loved this dress in the magazine and planned to sew it, but now I am doing the front, I realize I couldn’t have worked out what to do without the course.”

I also love Robyn’s plus size variation (top left) where she omitted the sleeves for a more spring/summer style! Fabulous job! Then on the right power member Elpida Kyriakou sewed up the Detail Dress using various fabrics for the different panels and it turned out beautifully.

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And if you register for free before May 20th you will also be entered to win! The grand prize being a SINGER® Featherweight™ C240 machine and runner ups will get Go-Organize Gift Certificates. I personally have my entire off/sewing studio decked out in Go-Organize gear and I love it – especially because you can get interchangeable cubes in my favourite color limegreen.

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I would never call myself a handy person – but I was able to easily put everything together myself. Good thing sewing machines need screwdrivers as well so I didn’t have to reach far!

REGISTER HERE to join me and sew along.

Happy Sewing!

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