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Girls Skater Dress sewing pattern

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Girls Skater Dress sewing pattern

This is a sewing pattern and tutorial for a girl’s dress and top in the size range of 3 months to 7 years. The Skater Dress is an easy beginner sewing project.

The Skater Dress has a slightly high low effect, which is optional. The front of the skirt has an above-the-knee length and the back of the skirt is covering the knees. You can choose to sew the dress shorter or longer. All you have to do is to cut both skirts to the preferred length.

You can also choose between long, short, and 3/4 sleeves. At the end of the tutorial, the designer has included a tip on how to finish the dress without sleeves.

A shorter skirt pattern is also included so you can sew it as a peplum top. The length is covering the belly as a normal top and the back is again a bit longer. You can choose of course only one length if you want to avoid the high low effect.

Girls Skater Dress sewing pattern

The pattern is for knit fabrics and a seam allowance is included. You can sew the dress either on a serger or on a sewing machine.

If you would like to add this pdf pattern to your collection you can click on the link below. You will receive a digital pdf file to print on your home computer or in a copy shop on A4 or US letter paper. No physical item will be shipped to you. This pdf file is with layers and you have the option to print only the size you want to sew. No worries if you are new to layers, the instructions on how to do it are included and it is super easy. A step-by-step tutorial with a lot of pictures is included.



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