A fabulous denim skater dress pattern complete with front button-up closure that brings plenty of modern attitudes. And there's no need to sacrifice comfort for style, thanks to the adjustable belt and functional pockets that brings an utilitarian-inspired vibe.
- Midi skirt length
- long sleeve
- circle skirt pattern
Jaqueline Skater Dress Sewing Pattern Overview
We know you'll look great in the Jaqueline skater dress pattern with sleeves, it makes outfitting a breeze and it's a perfect piece for transition seasons! Sturdy medium-weight denim has a collared neckline and long sleeves with snap button cuffs. The relaxed bodice has two front patch pockets and a trench yoke inspiration on the back. A cord channel on the waist and a tying sash belt tops and flared midi skirt with 2 front patch pockets.
For medium-advanced sewing enthusiasts, the Jacqueline Dress Pattern is a great option
A Look At Our Skater Dress Pattern's Content
- A printable PDF 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
- A variety of sizes to select from, from US 2-14 to EU 34-46
- 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
Sewing Your Perfect Size Skater Dress Pattern
Whether you're headed to the office or the weekend, this denim dress pattern with circle skirt will be a staple in your casual wardrobe.
- Your sewing pattern
- Preferred fabric
- Color matching thread
- 4 cm hem and slit hem (double turned edge of 2 cm)
- 1 cm for the rest of the seams
- Sewing machine
- 1 cm seam
medium weight woven fabric such as cotton, denim, blends
How much fabric do you need for your diy dress?
Here is a helpful chart that will help you determine how much fabric you will need for your size. Most fabrics have a width of between 140 and 150 centimeters, which is the average width. Adjust the placement of the pieces so that they fit correctly according to the available width if you will be using a different width or pattern (such as stripes, for example).
Check your contraction!
Is there anything worse than making a beautiful garment only to have it shrink during wash-time? An easy solution can prevent this disaster! It's a common problem that can make your hard work seem like a waste. Testing your fabric's contraction before cutting it will allow you to make necessary adjustments to your pattern! This can be accomplished by iron-steaming the raw material at its maximum temperature. Care labels on most fabrics specify what temperature to use
How To Sew It
Sewing A Dress - Instructions
- Apply interlining on the collars, collar stands, cuffs, buttonstand and pocket flaps. Re-cut according to the pattern
- Overlock and iron inwards the top of the pockets according to the pattern. Sew a topstitch at 2 cm.
- Iron inwards the rest of the seam allowances of the pockets according to the pattern to form the final form
- Sew the bust darts and iron them pointing down
- Apply the pockets on the bust and skirt according to the markings on the pattern, at 0.1 cm or 0.2 cm
- Form the pocket flaps and sew the buttonhole or place the top snap. Apply the flaps on the bust and skirt, according to the markings on the pattern
- Overlock the inner part of the back yoke hem. Apply the yoke hem on the yoke, good sides together and sew at 1 cm. Cut the seam allowance, turn over the yoke and iron the seam to form the final hem. Topstitch on the inner part of the yoke hem to hold it in place.
- Place the yoke on the back piece, bad side on good side, and topstitch the shoulders and armhole together at 0.5 cm
- Sew the shoulders of the dress by placing the front pieces with the back piece, good sides together and sew at 1 cm. overlock and iron the seam
- Apply the vent on the sleeve
- Sew the sleeve on the armhole, taking care to meet the notches. Overlock and iron the seam
- Sew the side seam, starting from the wrist until the waist, taking care to meet the notches. Iron the seam open and overlock
- Form the cuffs and apply them on the sleeve
- Sew the side seams of the skirt, by placing the front pieces on the back piece, good sides together. Iron the seam open and overlock.
- Sew the sides of the skirt hems and iron the seams open. Overlock the inner side of the skirt hem.
- Sew the skirt hem on the skirt bottom, good sides together, taking care to meet the notches. Cut narrow the seam allowance and turn over the hem. Iron the hem to create the final form.
- Sew a topstitch on the inner side of the hem
- Take to waist channel piece and iron inwards 1 cm on all sides. Topstitch the small edges at 0.5 cm
- At 3 cm(seam allowance included) from the waist, draw a line with the chalk all around.Starting from the notch on the waist line (5/6 cm from the center) apply the waist channel on the line drawing with a topstitch at 0.1 cm
- Sew the waist seam, by placing the bust over the skirt, good sides together, and sew at 1 cm. overlock and iron the seam.
- Topstitch the bottom part of the waist channel on the skirt
- Apply the button stand on the center fronts
- Sew the two sides of the collar, placing them face to face. Cut the seam allowance narrow and cut the corners obliquely. The collar is turned and ironed. Take one of the collarstands and iron the hem at 1 cm on the inside. Place the collar between the pieces of the collarstand and sew all 3 together.
- The outer collarstand is sewn face to face on the edge of the neckline. Then sew a seam at 1mm to attach the inside collarstand.
- Sew the tying sash , turn it over and iron. Insert it in the waist channel
- apply buttons / snaps on the dress
Done! Hope you had fun making the Jaqueline Dress. I look forward to seeing what you come up with! I had a lot of fun putting this pattern together and i hope you did too sewing it!
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