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Riley - Jumper Dress Pattern

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 This women jumper dress pattern is fashioned with a circle skirt for maximum twirl-ability. A fit-and-flare dress featuring always-welcome pockets, a deep plunge v neckline and elastic waistband for a comfortable fit. You'll be ready to twirl out onto the...

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 This women jumper dress pattern is fashioned with a circle skirt for maximum twirl-ability. A fit-and-flare dress featuring always-welcome pockets, a deep plunge v neckline and elastic waistband for a comfortable fit. You'll be ready to twirl out onto the dance floor at the first downbeat.

How To Style And Wear Your Jumper Sewing Pattern

This versatile pattern is the perfect base for all sorts of different looks. Dress it up with heels and statement jewelry for a night out, or keep it casual with sneakers and a denim jacket. The possibilities are endless!

Riley Jumper Dress Sewing Pattern Overview

This beginner-friendly sleeveless simple jumper dress pattern is a great choice for anyone eager to test their sewing abilities. With its simple cut, easy-to-follow instructions and video tutorial, the results are sure to impress.

Sewing Level

Our Riley easy jumper dress pattern is perfect for anyone who wants an easy sew. It's great for beginners.

More Of What's Inside Our Tie 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 pattern

  • Assembling the pattern piece

  • Step by Step Instructions with Illustrations

  • Different sizes you can choose from

  • A4 paper and Letter paper 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

Supplies

How To Make A Jumper Dress

Up your summer style game by sewing your own v neck dress using this chic pattern. With easy-to follow instructions, you'll have no trouble crafting a flattering and stylish dress that will get compliments wherever you go

It's time to get creative now!

You'll need:

  • Your Riley PDF pattern

  • Preferred fabric

  • Color matching thread

  • 3.5 cm wide elastic

  • fusible interfacing (light weight)

  • fusible interfacing tape

  • Sewing machine

Seam Allowances

  • 1 cm seam

  • 1 cm hem

Fabric Suggestion:

This dress pattern is perfect for all sorts of different MATERIALS. Try a light weight or medium weight woven fabric, suitable for dresses, such as linen, cotton gauze, viscose, cotton poplin, eyelet, silk, tencel twill. The prototype is made of linen.

How much fabric do you need for your diy tank dress?

The fabric requirements below are for fabrics that are140-150 cm wide. If you use a different width or a design like stripes or plaid, you might need to adjust the pattern placement. To avoid an unforeseen trip to the store, make sure to buy enough fabric when starting your project.

 

fabric requirements for sleeveless dress pattern

Check your contraction!

Important! Before cutting, check the contraction of your chosen fabric. To do this, iron steam the raw material at its maximum heat recommendation. This will ensure that your finished garment will remain true to its sewn size and won't shrink after first washing. The best way to account for any potential shrinkage is to buy 5% more than your project requires.

How To Sew It

How To Sew A Jumper Dress - Sewing Instructions

Once everything is set up, let's begin sewing. We have included easy-to-follow instructions with our pattern.

Just follow the instructions below!

Sewing the bust

Apply fusible interlining on the wrong side of the facing pieces.

Sew the side seams of the front and back bust pieces, right sides together. Press the seam open and overlock. fig 1

Riley Sewing Instructions 1

Sew the side seams of the facing pieces, right sides together. Press the seam open. Overlock the hem of the facing

Pin together the top of the bust with the top of the facing, right sides together, taking care to meet the notches. Sew them together using a 1 cm seam allowance. Trim the seam allowance in the round areas. Sew a topstitch on the facing where is possible ( neckline and back), catching the seam allowance also. Pull the bust inside-out and press in place.fig2

Riley Sewing Instructions 2

Sew the waistband pieces together on the short edges, right side to right side, in pairs. Press the seams open.

Place the bodice between the waistband (right sides together) and the waistband lining (wrong side to right side) according to the notches and sew along using a 1 cm seam allowance. Press the seam orienting the seam allowance towards the lining and sew a topstitch at 1-2mm on the waistband lining, including the lining and the seam allowance in the seam. fig 3

Riley Sewing Instructions 3

Topstitch the bottom of the waistband with the waistband lining at 0.5 cm from the raw edge, leaving 3-4 cm open to insert the elastic. fig 4

Riley Sewing Instructions 4

Sewing the pockets

Apply fusible interfacing tape on the right side of the pocket opening and overlock the raw edges. fig 5

Riley Sewing Instructions 5

Overlock the sides of the skirt pattern pieces

Place the pocket to each side of the skirt pattern pieces, right side to right side. Match the notches and the neatened edges. Pin in place.

Sew the pockets in place using a 1cm seam allowance. Sew from the waist down, until the second notch. Open the pocket out and topstitch at 0.5 cm from the seam, on the pocket pieces, catching the seam allowance also. Press the seam. fig 6

Riley Sewing Instructions 6

Sew the pocket bags together, on the round edge, right side to right side. Press the seam. fig 7

Riley Sewing Instructions 7

Clip the seam allowances at the second notch, on the pocket and on the skirt.

In a straight line, sew the side of the pocket left open and the side of the skirt. Press the seams open.

Alight the side seams at the top, an sew a topstitch from the waist until the first notch. Sew on top of the side seam. fig 8

Riley Sewing Instructions 8

Sew a straight line at 0.5 cm from the raw edge on the waist, catching the top of the pocket in the seam, to secure the pocket. fig 9

Riley Sewing Instructions 9

Sewing the skirt

Take the ruffle pieces and sew all 5 together, right side to right side, on the short edges, to make a big circle. Press the seams open and overlock. fig 10

Riley Sewing Instructions 10

Overlock the hem of the ruffles. Turn the hem up 1cm to the wrong side of the fabric. Press and sew at 0.8cm. fig 11

Riley Sewing Instructions 11

Using a gathering foot, gather the top of the big ruffle pieces, at a medium pace. fig 12

Riley Sewing Instructions 12

Pin the top of the ruffle piece, with the bottom of the skirt, right sides together. Sew the using a 1 cm seam allowance. Overlock the seam and press gently the seam allowance facing up. fig 13

Riley Sewing Instructions 13

Pin the skirt with the waistband at the waist, right sides together. Sew along the waist, using a 1 cm seam allowance, leaving 3-4 cm open the insert the elastic. Press the seam facing down.

Cut a piece of non-roll elastic the length required to go around the waist comfortably (see the right measurement for your size in the fabric requirements table above)

Pin one end of the elastic to the fabric just below the opening. Pin a safety pin to the other end and thread through the casing. fig 14

Riley Sewing Instructions 14

Pull the two ends of the elastic together and machine to join in a square shape with an X for strength. Push the elastic into the casing and sew across the gap. Overlock the waist seam.

Sewing the cord

Apply fusible interlining on the belt pieces (if needed)

Sew the 2 belt pieces together at the center back, right sides together, at 1 cm. Press the seam open.

Fold the belt in half, right side to right side so the fusible is showing. Pin.

Sew along all the raw edges using a 1 cm seam allowance. Remember to leave a gap of approx. 3in (8cm) at the center back to turn the belt through. Remove the bulk from the corners. fig 15

Riley Sewing Instructions 15

Once the belt has been turned to the right side, press the seam carefully so that it is on the very edge.

Hand sew the gap at the center back closed with a flat fell or blind hem stitch.

    Video Youtube Tutorial

    Sewing Tutorial

    The youtube tutorial below will provide a step-by-step guide on how to make the skirt so that you can better understand the process. If needed, stop and rewind sections of the video clip so that every single detail is clear. Once you're all set to start working on your project, then it'll be a sew easy project, and the result will be great!

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    Terms of use

    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.

    Riley - Jumper Dress Pattern

    Riley - Jumper Dress Pattern
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