Adult I Love the '90s Dress Pattern
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The Adult's '90s Dress Pattern was inspired by the iconic baby doll dresses of the 1990s.
Did you know? This throwback style is coming back around! Sew this dress to get in on the comeback trend.
This fan favorite dress pattern features:
- Curved Baby Doll Style Front Bodice
- Gathered Skirt
- Side Seam Pockets
- Options for short sleeves, 3/4s, or long sleeves
- Scoop Neckline
Throw on some leggings and a great pair of shoes and you are photo-ready!! This pattern is sure to be a new favorite in your wardrobe.
Sewing Techniques You'll Learn:
How to sew side seam pockets, how to make a knit fabric dress, how to add clear elastic to a waist seam.
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This PDF sewing pattern comes in sizes XXS - 6XL.
This dress is designed to be made using knit fabrics with 50% 4-way stretch, such as cotton lycra, double brushed polyester, french terry, modal, bamboo lycra, and more.
Curved Baby Doll Style Front Bodice
Side Seam Pockets
Three Sleeve Options
Gathered Elasticated Skirt
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Layers printing feature is included for this pattern for your convenience
Pattern pieces for all parts
Projector File with Layers
Copy Shop A0 File
Fabric Requirements Chart
Tips and Notes
Table of contents
Pattern Piece Diagram
Step-by-step instructions. Each step has a color photo for visual aid.
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- This pattern is copy written. You may use this pattern to create and sell products of your own. Giving credit to the pattern when selling would be appreciated, but not required.
- You may not edit or recreate this pattern to sell.
- You can not distribute this pattern to others.
- You may not mass produce this pattern or clothing made using it.
Lovely pattern I think I added 2 Inc so it sits below the bust very comfortable.
I Love the 90's Dress Pattern Adult
So pleased with my Love the 90’s. I made it in soft Cashmere so it’s super warm and cozy! Looks adorable with boots. Very easy pattern and it has POCKETS… it’s the perfect dress!
I loved making this dress! It was such a quick sew and I loved that I learned how to do a lined bodice! I was thinking it would be too complicated for my skill level, but E&M patterns are just so amazing - with photos and video tutorials, it’s hard to mess up!
This pattern is perfect in every way. Well written and illustrated every step of the way. I'm still only a novice and found it easy to understand and follow. Really reccomend ellie and mac patterns to anyone
je l'ai faite elle est jolie et assez simple a faire pas de difficulté
Super vzdušný střih
This is a great pattern. However; I didn't like how tight fitting the sleve was at the top of the armscye, so I did the old slash and spread method and gave myself a little breathing room. I made the sleeve out of a more stable stretch broadcloth instead of the knit the rest of the garment was made out of to avoid the slouchy shoulder look. Also there was a lot of unnecessary fullness at the back where the gathers are, so I just attached a tie at each side seam to get a more fitted look. Would I recommend, yes. But, please, do a toile first.
A really simple make and such a beautiful result. Even my husband said how much he liked it without prompting lol! Love the lined bodice but one thing I will do differently next time is to baste the two bodices together after sewing the neck as my knit was slippery and was hard to keep them together when attaching the skirt and sleeves.