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This modern update on a classic 1950s-style fit-and-flare dress is a spring showstopper ideal for parties, weddings and proms, but it could be easily dressed down for a vintage- inspired daytime look, too. Pleats add detail at the neckline, bodice darts at the front and back ensure a flattering fit, and the flared skirt is perfect for twirling on the dancefloor! We’ve sized the pattern to fit standard UK dress sizes, from 6 to 20. Before cutting out your pattern, it’s important to take your measurements accurately and compare them to the size chart on the pattern envelope. This simple-sew project will take you through key dressmaking skills step by step, including transferring pattern markings, inserting an invisible zip, adding neckline and armhole facings, sewing neat darts and pleats, constructing a fitted bodice and attaching and hemming a full skirt.
FABRIC SUGGESTIONS: Brocade, cotton, cotton lawn, cotton sateen, crepe de chine, crepe suiting, georgette, poplin, polyester, satin, silk, linen.
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To get started on making your Daisy Dress, first pre-wash and dry your chosen fabric to allow for any shrinkage. Unfold the pattern sheets included in the pattern envelope, and find the line style for your size using the key provided. Follow these lines to cut your pattern pieces out – it can be helpful to mark them using a highlighter before cutting. If you’d like to use the pattern again to make The Daisy Dress in a different size, trace the pattern before cutting it out. Read through the instructions included in the pattern envelope before you start sewing, and make sure you do all the steps in the correct order. Read our brother se400 Fully Computerized Sewing Machine Review. Get your sewing kit ready so you have everything you need to hand, press your fabric to ensure accurate cutting out, and you’re ready to get started on the fun part – sewing your dress! Be sure to share your finished Daisy Dress with us using #simplysewingmag – we’d love to see yours.

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