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Panel Dress 07/2018 #118



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Women’s dress sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes and is produced by BurdaStyle Magazine.

The embossed fantasy weave fabric for this dress sets the fashion tone and requires very little in additional style elements. Perfect, for uncomplicated summer days where you still want to feel stylish. The A-line silhouette emphasizes its sixties charm. A practical and sophisticated choice as pockets are efficiently sewn into the panel seams.

This pattern is from the Retro Delight collection.

Click here to see every pattern from the July 2018 issue!

Recommended Materials

Dress fabrics with body.

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    Oct 12, 2018, 04.19 AMby tandarra

    I just bought this pattern – i love the look of it. But when I started reading the instructions… I am totally lost! I’m not a novice sewer either but this is so confusing!!! I am especially lost on how the lining gets attached to the rest of the dress. Does anyone have any helpful hints? I think I can probably figure it out as I go, but who knows how that will end up…

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    Jul 11, 2018, 06.59 AMby Thefram4

    I was really excited about this pattern which graces the front cover of the July magazine until I went to find out fabric requirements and realised it was only available in petite sizes. I appreciate that you provide options for all shapes and sizes but surely a front cover pattern should be available for all

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