Victoria is an elegant dress and jumpsuit with a fitted, lined bodice, just as pretty on the inside as the outside. Victoria is sleeeless, with a scooped back that closes with rouleau loops and shank buttons. You can also sew a beautiful flutter starting on the front of the bodice and extending down the back.
The dress has a half circle skirt hemmed with horsehair braid for a gorgeous, more stable and full hem. You can also sew a regular hem.
The jumpsuit has long legs in a simple, baggy design. You can sew it with or without pockets. You can add buttons to the crotch seam, but you don’t have to, the jumpsuit can be pulled on through the bodice.
Sizes: 74-146 (approx. 9 months – 11 years)
Level of difficulty: 2/3 (confident beginner)
Fabric: light weight knit fabrics, such as jersey (cotton/lycra).
Note! You don’t need a serger for this garment, but you can use one for most of it.
See fabric requirements and size chart among the pictures.
In the including (printed!) tutorial booklet you receive help from start to finish. It is a solid and detailed description of each step; from printing the pattern and taping it, to each step of sewing. It includes clear pictures, explanatory text and tips that will give your Victoria dress or jumpsuit a professional look.
All measurements are listed in metric and imperial units!
SELLING THE ITEMS YOU MAKE
You may sell items made with this pattern, and I wish you good luck with your business! But you may only sell the garments if you are the purchaser of the patterns and are sewing yourself. It is not allowed to transfer the pattern to another party. When selling a garment based on our patterns you should state that the pattern is a design by Threads by Caroline.
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