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Petite Halter Dress 07/2013 #122B



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Women’s petite dress sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes and is produced by burda style magazine. The petite version of our Batik Dress has just as much beachy style. Keyholes and ruching flatter the bust, and the halter ties are casual and cute.

Note: This is the same pattern PDF as the Batik Dress

This pattern is from the Golden Sands collection.

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    Jul 27, 2013, 10.08 PMby JillStraw

    Can someone define “fine jersey” as used in the fabric suggestion for this dress? I’ve got many thin, stretchy rayon or cotton blend jerseys in my stash…the finest is a wool and very, very delicate. I’m intrigued by this dress and its possibilities but because it is sewn double layered feel I need a little more explanation on the fabric used. Is this a crepe-weight jersey? Thicker than burnout but thinner than a lightweight cotton? Sorry for what sounds like a silly question but I hate wasting fabric (who doesn’t?) unnecessarily. TYIA! Jill

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      Sep 8, 2014, 05.07 PMby khatsu

      I just made this dress and I think any weight jersey would work as long as your “lining” is thin. I intend to make this in a ponte (exterior) with a thin powermesh lining. However, use a well matching lining (or self fabric, even if spliced into a facing) for the following pieces since they can show on the outside a bit from slippage: upper band (over collarbone), front center skirt panel because these pieces have that “keyhole” and the inside can show a little there.

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