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The Patterns in This Issue

Everything you need to know about the Veronica and Georgia dresses.

All about the Veronica dress

Maya is wearing a size 2 Veronica dress that
is graded to a size 4 in the hips.

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Build your wardrobe with the Veronica Dress

Veronica features dolman sleeves and a structured waistband. Gathers in the bodice and skirt allow for a comfortable fit and easy pattern adjustments. The back waistband has an elastic casing for even more ease and mobility. Veronica’s flattering silhouette makes it a go-to dress for any wardrobe. Sew Veronica in a light chambray for summer or in a light flannel in the fall. Layer Veronica with a classic cardigan or pair it with a denim jacket. Designed for layering and styling, Veronica is the perfect addition to any wardrobe.

Learn how to customize the Veronica dress

Learn about the best fabrics for the Veronica dress in One Pattern, Three Fabrics.

This month, we walk you through a pattern hack for the Veronica dress.

This month’s member exclusive
offers a paneled version of Veronica
with hidden kangaroo-style pockets.

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Misses

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All about the Georgia dress

Maya is wearing a size 2 Georgia dress with
a sway back adjustment.

Style your way

Build your wardrobe with the Georgia dress

Georgia is one of the simplest garments to make and wear. A slip-on woven shift with no closures, plenty of ease, a slight empire waist, and short sleeves, this dress is sure to be a favorite. Perfect for warmer weather—or days when you want to be extremely comfortable yet stylish—Georgia is the dress for you. Color-block the bodice and skirt, or use a directional print to give the dress more dimension.

Learn how to customize the Georgia dress

Upgrade your Georgia dress with a faced split hem.

This month, we walk you through two pattern hacks for the Georgia dress.

Get the Georgia dress


Get the perfect fit

Misses

Curvy


July, 2017

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