The Madison Dress PDF Sewing Pattern is lightweight, carefree and perfect for any occasion. Round yoke buttons at shoulder. Pattern includes option for contrast band on the bottom of the dress. With less than 10 steps you can easily sew this dress in under an hour! The Madison can be worn as a sundress or layered with a tee as a fun jumper.
PDF Sewing Pattern comes with a full tutorial and color photos in an easy to print PDF. Pattern pieces are computer generated.
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You may sell dresses made with this pattern. You may not resell, copy, or redistribute this pattern in any form.
Posted by Unknown on 16th Mar 2015
I was all excited to find this dress. However it was not easy like the other reviews made it out to be. I expected more basic instructions like a breakdown of cutting the fabric and how many of each piece. Didn't say for some pieces. I was disappointed and had questions. I wish there was someone that I could have asked because I am sure it would have made more sense if someone would have explained it better than the directions. I gave up and am mad that I spent the money on this dress and two other patterns. One day maybe I'll make this dress.
Posted by Unknown on 5th Oct 2014
Love this pattern, very easy to understand instructions.
Posted by Brittany Chapman on 4th Aug 2014
I thought that the yoke would be a bit tricky with the curve and the assembly, but Amy made it very easy and it came together beautifully. The only thing I would add is to trim your seam allowances before turning the yoke pieces right side out. The large seam allowance created some bulk, and I had a hard time attaching Kam snaps (instead of sewn buttons) at the closures. I trimmed my seam allowances on the 2nd dress I made and it was much easier to install the snaps. Very cute dress!
Posted by Unknown on 1st Jul 2014
I have purchased many of your patterns and love the designs, but on this pattern the yoke assembly was cumbersome and there is a MUCH easier way to assemble. First of all, I used lightweight fusing on one side of the yoke. I then stitched the gathered portion of the dress to this piece. I pinned the facing side to the interfaced yoke and stitched from one armhole to the other and turned it right side out and topstitched. Gave a much smoother look. I also made my own bias tape for the armholes.
Posted by Kristin M. on 22nd May 2014
This dress is very easy and fast to sew. This is a great beginner project with clear instructions. It's also easy to layer, wear it alone in the summer and as a jumper in the winter.