Summer Dress Pattern FREE: Nico

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Summer Dress Pattern FREE: Nico is a pattern collection of sleeveless, bias-cut dresses and tops with side bust darts and a scoop neckline that easily slips over the head with no closures needed. Effortlessly elegant and figure flattering, the drape of the bias cut makes it very comfortable to wear with natural ease and stretch. Sewn in our fine linen, this collection will add versatile, classic pieces to your wardrobe that you will find yourself reaching for time and time again. Wear the Maxi and Short dress on their own, or layer with a lightweight linen button-down worn open. Pair the Tunic or Camisole with pants or a skirt. As a classic capsule collection, you will likely want to make your favorites in a variety of linen colors and weights for a robust wardrobe booster!

This pattern was published in Fabrics Store.

 

 

Free Summer Dress Pattern: Nico

Link to Summer Dress Pattern FREE

This pattern is available in adult women’s sizes 0/2 to 28/30, and in girls sizes 4/5 to 12/14.

You’ll Need:

Medium weight woven linen, at least 55″ wide (Refer to the pattern Size Chart section for the amount of fabric you will need)

 

I hope you find this tutorial useful!

Happy Sewing,

Anabelle

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3 Responses

  1. glowmystique.com
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    THE PATTERN THE DRESS FEATURES It is a fitted princess seam dress with a below the knee, gathered skirt option The dress has 1\”\” of ease.

  2. Maggie
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    I love this pattern concept and design but would like to know where I can find similar patterns (on the same paper in a tube,etc). I would like a similar pattern with 3/4 length sleeves and maybe a different neckline. If you could tell me the name of the company that makes these patterns and how I can find it, I would appreciate it very much!

  3. Julie
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    Sadly, the pattern is no longer free 🙁

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