Play Date Dress Pattern
The Play Date Dress Pattern is a fun dress that features 3/4 sleeves, sewn in sash with ties and a ruffled hem!
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This PDF sewing pattern comes in sizes 3-6 months up to big kid 10.
This pattern is designed to be made using all knit fabrics.
Sash and side ties
Knit bodice and woven skirt
No trim pattern pages
Layers printing feature is included for this pattern for your convenience.
Pattern pieces for all parts
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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Because all of the ratings were so positive, I feel compelled to write and state I found the instructions for sewing/placing the sash "as clear as mud". I have been sewing a lot for over 50 years and I studied and studied the pictures both in the instructions and the testers photos trying to determine whether the sash, after sewing to the bottom of the bodice should be turned down to make the bodice longer, or as perhaps might be a logical reason for folding it in half lengthwise, left up and edge stitched to the bodice. I could not determine what should be done from the photos in the instructions and, 'guesstimating' from tester photos placement, it looked like some folded it down and others topstitched in place. The problem for me with topstitching it over the lower bodice was that the sash front then overlapped the armsyce. I was making a size 3-6 months so perhaps the sash should have been narrower for that size. I eventually chose to turn the sash down, lengthening the bodice. I am still not sure, however, what the designer intended. I did check the instructions for the back sash but lengthened the back bodice to match the length of my version of the front bodice. Her mother and I could not imagine that it would be comfortable for a two month old to lay on a big bow since she is still at the 'back is best' stage.
love the pattern
The Playdate dress is such a cute dress. I loved that it uses small pieces of fabric so I can use up my fabric scraps. It is so cute and easy to put together.
This is a beautiful little dress pattern. I made it for my niece for her 4th birthday, and it is adorable on her!
I was finally able to transfer the patterns so I could print them and I’m so excited about seeing them I just love the detailed instructions and colored pages to see clear instructions thanks so much. Penny