Janie Dress and Peplum sewing pattern (6mths-12yrs)

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Sewing pattern for the Janie Dress and Peplum (6mths-12yrs)

 

This is the Janie Dress and Peplum, which is an extremely versatile pattern.

The Janie comes with lots of options. The sleeves come in short sleeves, 3/4 sleeves, or long sleeves. The skirt can be a regular circle skirt, a gathered circle skirt, or a peplum. Wovens can be used for the gathered circle skirt option. The necklines include a basic neckline, a cowl, a ballet scoop back, and a peter pan collar.

The Janie Dress and Peplum pattern are available in sizes 6 months to 12 years.

This is a beginner pattern, however, it does require knits. You should make sure to familiarize yourself with knits before you begin sewing. As with all of the designer’s patterns, she does her best to walk you through each and every step.

Knits are needed for this dress. Wovens can be used for the gathered circle skirt if desired. Wovens, lace, or knit can be used for the peter pan collar. Suggested knits are 40%-50% stretch and the stretch guide is included in the pattern, along with some handy tips.

For the notions, you will need matching thread, a ballpoint needle, and lightweight fusible interfacing for the peter pan collar, if desired.

 

Sewing pattern for the Janie Dress and Peplum (6mths-12yrs)

 

The Janie Dress and Peplum sewing pattern comes in thirteen sizes as follows:-

  • 6 months,
  • 9 months,
  • 12 months,
  • 18 months,
  • 2T,
  • 3T,
  • 4T,
  • 5T,
  • 6 years,
  • 7 years,
  • 8 years,
  • 10 years,
  • 12 years.

 

Sewing pattern for the Janie Dress and Peplum (6mths-12yrs)

 

This PDF tutorial includes wide format printing and a computer-generated, tiled pattern that can be printed on 8.5″ by 11″ printer paper. There is also a detailed, step-by-step, picture tutorial, a list of fabric requirements, a materials list, a glossary of sewing terms, and lots of tips to help you along the way.

If you would like to download the pattern you can click on the blue button below.

 

Click here for the pattern