Vogue Patterns V8470 Misses’ Dress, Size B5 (8-10-12-14-16)

June 7, 2013 - Comment

MISSES’ DRESS: Lined dress, below mid-knee or lower calf has fitted bodice with neckline variations, midriff and back zipper, flared circular skirt with or without ruffle. A, B, C, D: lined underbodice front. C: contrast midriff and sash. C, D: sleeves. A, E: sash. E, F: halter bodice with tie ends. NOTIONS: All Dresses: Hooks

MISSES’ DRESS: Lined dress, below mid-knee or lower calf has fitted bodice with neckline variations, midriff and back zipper, flared circular skirt with or without ruffle. A, B, C, D: lined underbodice front. C: contrast midriff and sash. C, D: sleeves. A, E: sash. E, F: halter bodice with tie ends. NOTIONS: All Dresses: Hooks and Eyes. Dresses A, B, C, D: One 16-Inch Zipper. Dresses E, F: One 14-Inch Zipper. FABRICS: Dresses A, B, C, D, E, F and Sash A, C, F: Batiste, Tissue Faille, Madras and Lightweight Linen. Unsuitable for obvious diagonals. Allow extra fabric to match plaids or stripes. Use nap yardages/layouts for pile, shaded or one-way design fabrics. With nap and without nap.

Product Features

  • Sewing rating: Easy
  • For Hourglass, Triangle and Inverted-Triangle Figures; See additional image above for more information
  • Size: B5 (8-10-12-14-16)
  • Includes pattern pieces and sewing instructions
  • Made in the U.S.A. by Vogue Patterns

Comments

ashleyrenae says:

Nice Patterns The patterns are great and the instructions are pretty clear. I can’t wait to finish the dress I’m making with it.

ksunflower says:

vogue pattern First off let me say for those of you that normally wear a size 20 to 22 dress if you buy this pattern your going to wind making alterations to it to make it more comfortable. When you cut it make sure that you cut it out the largest size possible. I bought five yards of fabric and cut out all the pieces before I really started to pay attention to the directions which I’m promptly ignoring now as the no longer apply. I had no intention of making a lining so I didn’t.These are the alterations I’ve made thus far: Made the armholes bigger, the front midriff piece needs to be made longer by 11/2″ when you cut it out, you need to cut out the skirt as long as possible so that you are able to reshape it later to meet up the new midriff piece, I’ve gotten rid of the zipper so I had to make a new single back piece which I also added length to, made a shallower dip in for the collar on the back piece, the fifth piece the one that goes in between the two top pieces you have to cut it a…

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