The Trapezette Dress Pattern
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The Trapezette pattern is simple to make with a single button back neck opening and rouleau loop and fully faced armholes and neck for small people comfort. A charmingly simple interpretation of a Trapeze dress with a huge amount of swish factor.
- Suitable Fabrics: light to medium weight wovens such as linen, soft denim chambray and fine cord
- You will need: matching thread, suitable lining for the facings like a muslin (or self-fabric if using something lightweight like cotton or linen). Pick one special small button for the rouleau loop
- Multi-size pattern
- Pattern is suitable for a beginner
COMPOSITION & SIZE
Sizes 3 - 8 years
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