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Isla Eve Dress Pattern
(shown in first photo on the left)
Size 6-12 month, 12-24 month, 2t, 3t, 4t, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 10
This dress was inspired by my 7 year old muse and daughter, Ava. It is fully lined, hiding all seams so that it will have the most comfort and durability possible.
The pattern includes computer drawn illustrations, diagrams, and high quality photos with detailed instructions.
The following techniques are taught within:
* how to create the 50's vintage inspired tulle bodice
* tutorial for hand stitching the ribbon flower embellishment
* using draping skirt pieces to create depth, twirl, and a flowing drape to the dress
* how to a add a ruffle to a sweetheart neckline
* tips for making working with tulle the easiest possible
Gorgeous enough for a dance costume but simpler textiles could be used for everyday casual wear.
Gorgeous professional photo by Work of Heart Photography
Immediate PDF Download
Size newborn, 6-12 month, 12-24 month, 2t, 3t, 4t, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, and 12
This is a special dress that strikes a balance between lovely, sweet, and interestingly smart for the girl in your life who has a big imagination. It features an adorable bodice with contrast piping, a peter pan collar, a scalloped peplum skirt, and a creative back bodice sure to please the eyes of your darling girl. It is my hope that this dress will spark hours of creative play that only the wonder of a one-of-a-kind handmade item can. My most ambitious wish is that one day, she will run her hands over the details and admire your patient love for her when unpacking it as a keepsake for her own children and be clothed in memories.
Recommended fabrics for the bodice, bodice lining, and skirts: cotton batiste, cotton lawn, quilting fabrics, other light to mid-weight cottons, or silk dupioni.
Recommended fabrics for the mesh underskirt and sleeve overlay: power mesh, nylon tricot, tulle, or lace.
Elastic thread for shirring
Zipper foot or piping foot required unless you skip piping
4 Buttons, optional
3/8”-1/2” wide ribbon for the straps (see size chart for amount)
ribbon or trim for hem of skirt (see size chart for amount)
piping cord 1/8” to 1/4” in width (see size chart for amount)
3/8” wide ribbon for button placket- 1/3 yard
Turning tool (a chopstick or a long pencil will work too)
Quilting ruler, rotary cutter, and quilting mat (optional)
1/4” wide wonder tape (optional but highly recommended to create button placket with ease)
2” in length of 1/8” to 1/4” wide ribbon or elastic to attach to back bodice for straps to tie through
Photography by Chubby Cheek Photography and Sackett Photography