Tutorial Category: Dresses

The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Valentina Dress Tutorial

Valentina Dress Tutorial

Valentina Dress Tutorial Images are available in the pattern download. Kauj ruam 1 Cut out all pattern pieces and mark pleats. Use a jersey ballpoint needle throughout and a stretch stitch such as zig zag unless otherwise stated. OPTIONAL: Finish the seam allowance along the necklines of the TOP pieces using zig-zag stitch or an overlocker. […]

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Renata Dress Tutorial

Renata Dress Tutorial

Renata Dress Tutorial Images are available in the pattern download. Kauj ruam 1 1.5cm seam allowance included Begin by folding the SLEEVE CUFF in half and applying to the SLEEVE RIGHT SIDES together. Match the raw edges then sew the seam allowance. Finish the seam allowance either with zig zag stitch or an overlocker. Choose which […]

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Eloise Top & Dress Tutorial

Eloise Top & Dress Tutorial

Eloise Top & Dress Tutorial Images are available in the pattern download. Kauj ruam 1 1.5cm seam allowance included Cut out all the pattern pieces. Place the SHOULDER piece RIGHT SIDES together with the SHOULDER LINING. Pin and stitch around the neckline and centre backs and along the shoulder seam allowances. Clip and trim the curved […]

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Freya Dress Tutorial

Freya Dress Tutorial

Freya Dress Tutorial Images are available in the pattern download. Kauj ruam 1 1.5cm seam allowance included Cut out all the pattern pieces. Mark the SIDE SPLIT points using chalk or tailor’s tacks. Finish the side seam allowances using zig-zag stitch or an overlocker. Siv cov plooj zig zag los yog lwm yam stretch plooj thoob no yog ib qhov. Also ensure […]

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Karli Dress Tutorial

Karli Dress Tutorial

Karli Dress Tutorial Images are available in the pattern download. Kauj ruam 1 1.5cm seam allowance included Begin by cutting out the lengths for the skirts. Cut two lengths, 55cm x the fabric width from the main garment fabric and two lengths 50cm x the fabric length of the lining fabric. Mark the dart placements using […]

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Agatha Dress Tutorial

Agatha Dress Tutorial

Images are available in the download version. Section 1 Create a rolled hem on the FRONT and BACK SKIRT and SLEEVE cuffs (if you are using them) using a hemmer foot or by manually turning the seam allowances over approx. 7.5mm once then again 7.5mm. Stitch using zig-zag stitch. Section 2 Lay the two FRONT […]

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Penelope Dress Tutorial

Penelope Dress Tutorial

Kauj ruam 1 Muab txiav tawm tas nrho daim qauv. Pin and stitch the two darts on the TOP pieces. Pin and stitch the two darts on the TOP pieces. Kauj ruam 2 Place the WAIST RIGHT SIDES TOGETHER with the two TOP pieces, ensuring to match the plunge neck point to the center front. Tus PIN thiab koj plooj. […]

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Georgianna Dress Tutorial

Georgianna Dress Tutorial

Georgianna Dress Tutorial Step 1 Muab txiav tawm tas nrho daim qauv. Mark the FRONT darts using tailor’s tacks. Pin and stitch the darts. Press. Kauj ruam 2 Lay the FRONT and BACK garment pieces RIGHT SIDES together. Pin and stitch the shoulder seams. Pin and stitch the side seams. Finish the seam allowances with zig-zag stitch […]

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Annie Dress Tutorial

Annie Dress Tutorial

Kauj ruam 1 Cut out all pieces marking any balance marks using tailor’s tacks. Use a ballpoint sewing machine needle on a medium zig-zag size stitch. Begin by pinning the FRONT LINING to the FRONT RIGHT SIDES together. Pin only the underarm, tie and neckline area. Stitch the underarm, tie and neckline area using zig-zag stitch. […]

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Christina Tunic Tutorial

Christina Tunic Tutorial

Kauj ruam 1 Cut out all the pattern pieces including the interfacing and the lining (follow Lining Length Line on pattern pieces). Lay the Back and Front interfacing onto the Wrong Side of the corresponding main garment pieces. If you are using iron-on interfacing you can now iron it on. If you are using the sew-in […]

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