The Etta PDF
The Etta PDF
The Etta PDF
The Etta PDF
The Etta PDF
The Etta PDF
The Etta PDF
The Etta PDF
The Etta PDF
The Etta PDF
The Etta PDF
The Etta PDF
The Etta PDF
The Etta PDF

The Etta PDF

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£10.50
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Etta is a simple wrap dress with a lined bodice and inseam pockets. Choose between short or three quarter length sleeves or make it sleeveless. The dress has an inner tie so you can choose how loose you want your wrap to be, but it is designed to not be fitted at the waist.

All seam allowances are 1.5cm unless stated otherwise and are included in the pattern.

Skill level; intermediate.

Fabric suggestions - Light to medium weight wovens such as linen, brushed cotton, cotton lawn, cotton poplin, Tencel, Indian handlooms, lightweight baby cord or cotton double gauze.

Paper vs PDF

If you order a paper copy you will be sent a printed version of our pattern. If you select PDF you are purchasing a digital file. PDF's will include a tiled, an A0 copy shop file and your instructions. The tiled file can be used on any home printer, and is compatible with both A4 and US letter paper. You just need to print out the sheets and stick them together following the guide. Alternatively you can send off the copy shop file to be printed full size; we can usually recommend someone in your area. If you are in the UK we would recommend either The Fold Line or Net Printer. The instructions can either be printed at home or simply follow along on your computer or phone.

You will need

Matching thread.

0.55M/ 3/4YD interfacing.

1 x 0.5CM/ 1/4" popper (optional).

Fabrics Pictured (from left to right)

Dew Block, Brenda is wearing a UK 8

Hemp/Organic Cotton Structure, Sandra and Elwen are wearing a UK 12

Milk 185, Carolyn is wearing a UK 16

160 Christensen, Katie is wearing a UK 8

 

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