The Ashley Knit Dress is ready for fun! Perfect for play with a drop waist and a 2-layer ruffled skirt. A slight gather at the neckline adds a feminine touch and buttons at the shoulder assist with dressing. Does not include tutorial for flower pin or hair clips.
Pattern comes with a full tutorial and color photos in an easy to print PDF. Pattern pieces are computer generated and color coded for easy cutting.
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You may sell dresses made with this pattern. You may not resell, copy, or redistribute this pattern in any form.
*Note: Does not include tutorial for flower pin or hair clips.
Posted by Judy Batson on 9th Aug 2015
I'm in agreement with the placket comments already made, and I too omitted it for two of these in different sizes. The dresses turned out super-cute, but they were quite long. It would be helpful to have options for a shorter version and also for making it without the placket. (I'm just too lazy to go to the trouble since I sew with knits to make my life easier!) For example, how much would need to be cut to do a self-binding at the neckline? Also, if using ribbing, what measurements would I use for cutting? I did my own calculations for ribbing, and it worked out fine, but I would feel more secure cutting according to pattern measurements. Getting back to the length:: I wasn't certain about the proportions for shortening, like how much to shorten each piece in order to maintain the basic style which is wonderful. (I'm not good with numbers and calculations!)
Posted by Unknown on 21st Oct 2014
I wanted to love this dress as is, but I had to make too many changes to the pattern to give it 5 stars. All in all, the second time through it made a cute dress. The placket directions weren't super clear to me, but I eventually figured it out. More pictures would help! I made the neck binding a bit wider than the pattern called for, brought the dress in some, and scooped the neck a bit in the front. I also used KAM snaps instead of buttons on the placket, which worked great. On the second sewing, this dress took me 2 hours from cut to finished in an 18 month size. My daughter seems happy in it and the length is perfect.
Posted by Becky A. on 28th May 2014
The neck placket was too bulky looking. The second time I made it I didn't use the placket and sewed the neck line all the way up and she has plenty of room for getting it over her head.