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Batwing Tunic Dress 06/2013 #105



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Women’s dress sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes and is produced by burda style magazine

This asymmetrical dress with cut out bat sleeve is just darling! The one shoulder is a great style, just make sure you use sunscreen to avoid getting a tan line!

Note: This is the same pattern PDF as the One Shoulder Maxi and the Asymmetric Tunic

This pattern is from the Beachside Beauty collection.

Recommended Materials

Lightweight, softly draping fabrics.

Amount of Fabrics

width: 145 cm (57 ins)
length: 2.45 – 2.45–2.45–2.50–2.50 m (2 3/4 yds).

width: 140 cm (55 ins)
length: 1.15 – 1.15–1.20–1.20–1.20m (13/8 yds).

Vilene Bias Tape/ stay tape.

1 invisible zip, 40 cm (16 ins) long.

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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    Mar 19, 2014, 05.02 PMby T707

    This is the first time I completed an online pattern and I am not to sure I will do it again! The pattern it self has 3 patterns in one (3 different lengths) which is a nice surprise. But I think there is something wrong with the notions- how much fabric is needed. This is a beautiful dress a girlfriend asked me to make it for her bridesmaids (3 ladies). The pattern called for 2.5 meters per dress, so I got 8 meters of fabric ( the extra .5 was just in case fabric). But after cutting the second dress I quickly realized that I had way too much fabric left over, over 3 meters left over! Even if I made the dress into a full length gown I still would have fabric left over! I am upset because not only do I have a surplus of fabric left over, but the cost of fabric wasn’t cheap! I feel bad that my girlfriend spent an additional $35+ that wasn’t needed How can such a gross error be made in the fabric directions?! I’ve also purchased a Burda pattern (in a fabric store) to make a skirt. At the time of purchase I thought that it called for a quite a bit of fabric…but I chalked it up to be the box pleats in the design was the reason…but by the end of the project I had almost 1 meter of fabric left over…I could have saved my self $20! I think Burda needs to review how much fabric is required to make their garments.

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