The New York Minute Dress sewing pattern was designed to be used with knit fabrics. It’s a cool and trendy Girl’s dress with loads of options.
The options are:-
Three neckline options,
Long and short sleeves,
Two hem choices,
Two pocket options,
Plus a bonus tutorial for making a unisex top.
This dress sewing pattern is designed as a quick and cozy sew with no closures.
The New York Minute Dress pulls over the head with choices of a wide-necked facing finish, a ribbing finish, or a cozy lined or unlined hood.
The designer, tie dye Diva, rates her sewing project as suitable for advanced beginner sewers or higher.
As far as fabric requirements are concerned the designer recommends stable knits like anti-pill fleece, sweatshirt fleece, velour, pique, interlock, thermal knit, french terry, etc with 25-35% stretch. Or use higher stretch knits cotton/lycra and similar jersey knits, double-brushed poly, etc. Optional for finishing neckline, pockets, and hem are knit ribbing or stretchy knit with at least 75% stretch and excellent recovery, lycra blend is recommended.
The New York Minute Dress comes in NINE sizes, as follows:-
With this pdf sewing pattern, you will get step-by-step instructions, photos, and diagrams helping you sew this pattern with professional results. Sizes have been carefully computer-drafted and tested, and loaded with options so you get the most for your pattern dollar.
The designer has included the “layers” option for your PDF, allowing you to print only the size you need for faster pattern assembly. You will need Adobe Reader to view it and regular 8.5” by 11″ (or A4) printer paper and a printer for printing the patterns. No paper copy of the pattern will be mailed.
If you would like to download the pattern you can click on the blue button below.
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