Our off shoulder dress pattern is a great option for anyone who wants to feel carefree, but still look amazing. It's perfect for any occasion—whether you're dressing up for an event or just going out to dinner with your friends, we've got you covered.
Irma dress is flattering and easy to wear, and it's versatile enough that you can pair it with almost anything in your closet. It will give you a sleek silhouette that looks amazing on every body type.
- Slips on over head
- Off-the-shoulder neck
- faux wrap pencil skirt
- ¾ Long sleeve
- Body-con fit
How To Style And Wear Your Off Shoulder Dress Pattern
Utterly flattering and figure-hugging, this Open Shoulder Dress Pattern will be your new favorite going-out staple during autumn and winter. The high waist will effortlessly complement your silhouette and accentuate your curves. Style it with a gorgeous pair of slingback heels and a mini-purse for parties, events, and date nights. Add a velvet headband for an even more feminine-chic look. You can layer it with a faux fur coat that ends just above the hips.
Irma Off The Shoulder Dress Pattern Overview
The off-the-shoulder neckline gives you an elegant touch without having to worry about your top falling down or getting in the way of your hair. The bodycon fit makes sure that everything stays in place and looks good from every angle. And the faux wrap pencil skirt ensures that your look is even more feminine and stylish than ever.
No matter what occasion you're dressing for—from work to a wedding—this dress will make you feel confident, comfortable, and beautiful.
*This is a digital off the shoulder pattern dress that you'll be able to download within minutes after purchase and start sewing right away. No paper pattern will be shipped to you.
The irma off shoulder dress is great for an medium skilled sewing enthusiast
More Of What's Inside off shoulder dress pattern
- A printable PDF sewing pattern format (You will need Adobe Reader on your computer to open the PDF files)
- Measurement sheet and size chart
- Step-by-step guide on how to cut and sew your puffed sleeve dress pattern
- Assembling the pattern piece
- Step by Step Instructions with Illustrations
- Different sizes you can choose from
- A4 and Letter format for printing at home
- A0 for printing at the copy center on A0 paper rolls
- Projector files for projecting the patterns directly onto the fabric using the home projector
*All files are compressed in the ZIP archive for easy downloading. All sizes have separate files, you only need to print the files that are relevant to you.
A Fashionable & Practical Off The Shoulder Dress Sewing Pattern For You
Get ready to steal the show in our beautiful dress! This off-the-shoulder dress with pencil skirt is made from a stretchy material that hugs your curves and makes you feel like a total babe.
Here's a step-by-step guide to creating your own irma dress.
- Your Irma off shoulder dress pattern
- Preferred fabric
- Color matching thread
- Sewing machine
- Elastic 4 cm wide for waist
- Elastic 3 cm wide for shoulders
- 2 cm hem
- 3 cm upper edge of the dress (shoulders)
- 1 cm for the rest of the seams
You've got a plan. You've got a pattern. You've got the perfect pair of scissors. Now all you need is the fabric to make it happen.
To ensure your final product looks its best, be sure to use a medium-weight fabric like velvet, jersey or knit
When choosing fabric for this sweater, choose a medium weight, like velvet, jersey, or knit. These fabrics will give you just the right amount of flexibility
For example our product was made of velvet. Soft and luxurious, it feels amazing on your skin. And since it has some texture to it, it'll also look great with this design.
How much fabric do you need for your diy dress?
Using the table below, you can determine how much fabric to buy for each size, based on a fabric width of 140-150 cm. However, if you are using a different width or pattern (stripes, plaids, etc.), you might have to adjust the placement of the pieces so your garment will fit correctly.
To ensure that your finished garment fits properly, take a moment and check your fabric of choice’s contraction. Steam-ironing the material at its highest recommended temperature is a great way to do so.
Sewing Off Shoulder Dress Pattern - Instructions
To make your dress, you’ll need to complete several steps. We’ll guide you through every step of the process, with illustrations and instructions for each one.
Let’s start sewing!
- Sew the bust darts and iron them down
- Form the folds on the front right skirt (piece 4) and sew them at 0.5 cm to secure them.
- Form the folds on the front left skirt (piece 5) according to the notches and sew. Bend the seam allowance on the right side inwards and sew at 1.8 cm from the edge.
- Place the left front skirt over the right front skirt (piece 4+5), bad side with good side, match the notches in the waist and on the left side, catch in needles and sew at 0.5 to secure them
- Place the backs (piece 6) over the f,ront bodice (piece4+5), good sides together, and execute the side seams. Overlock the seam allowance and iron
- Place the backs of the bodice(piece 2) over the front of the bodice(piece 1), good sides together and execute the side seams, overlock the seam allowance and iron
- Sew the outer waistband (piece 8) on the top edge of the skirt, taking care to match the notches
- Place the top of the waistband over the bottom of the bodice, face to face, match the notches and sew to 0.5 cm
- Place the inner waistband (piece 7) top edge over the bottom edge of the bodice, good side with bad side, match the notches and sew at 1 cm the 3 layers together (the 2 waistbands and the bodice between them), iron the seam
- Sew the lower edge of the inner waistband to the lower edge of the outer waistband and the upper edge of the skirt at 1 cm (3 layers). Place the elastic inside.
- Overlock the seam allowance and iron towards the skirt
- Sew the center back of the dress, overlock the seam allowance and iron
- Overlock the hem, bend the seam allowance 2 cm inwards and sew at 1.8 cm
- Sew the side seam of the sleeves (piece 3), overlock the seam allowance and iron on the side
- Sew the sleeves in the armholes, respecting the notches on the sleeves with those on the armhole. overlock the seam allowance and iron
- Cut the elastic to size, sew the short ends together
- Attach the elastic to the upper edge of the bodice, on the inside, in needles, overlap together the edge of the elastic with the edge of the bodice. Stretching the elastic evenly, turn the elastic inwards and pull a narrow seam, thus gripping the elastic and finishing the upper edge of the dress.
Finished! You did it! Now that you've mastered this project, why not try out other sewing projects? In addition to learning a new hobby, you'll be able to create your own pieces when high-end stores don't offer what you want.
Browse our collections of sewing patterns + a free pattern for you
Our patterns are easy to follow and always come with clear instructions and illustrations. They're also designed by professionals who know what they're doing, so you can feel confident that whatever you make will turn out great.
We're constantly adding new patterns, so be sure to check back often—or subscribe so that we send you an email every time we add something new!
We're also offering a free sewing pattern download on our blog-so you can try a pattern out before you buy. And if you like what you get, well...we hope you'll come back and get more!
This digital pattern is for personal use only. No part of the pattern can be shared, reproduced, or resold in any format. Thank you so much!
**Due to the electronic nature of this pattern, refunds and exchanges are not accepted. If you have problems or questions, feel free to contact me via message