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The Gold River Adventure Dress is a fitted coverall/overall dress with several different skirt options (2 or 3 tier, basic gathered in 2 lengths, straight mini skirt, and the hybrid straight/gathered “mullet”). It features elastic in the sides for a great fit (optional when using knit fabric), and an optional snap/button placket that opens at the hip for easy on/off. The straps can have multiple snaps or buttons on them, to adjust the length as the child grows. Optional decorative features include a pocket on the bib and belt loops.
This versatile pattern can be made in both woven and knit fabrics – the possibilities and combinations are endless! The small bib pieces are great for scrap busting and upcycling. And with just 2 pages to print*** (measurements provided for rectangular pieces), you can start sewing in a flash! ***printable rectangular pattern pieces are also provided for those who prefer to print
Sizing goes from 0-3m to 12y (58″ height). Size 12 is drafted for the average 26″ waist, but directions are provided for easily expanding the width as needed – it was tested on a 29″ waist and worked perfectly.
This pattern comes with LAYERS, so you can print only the sizes you need. It prints on both letter and A4 size paper, and can be assembled either by trimming the pages, or using the trimless guidelines to overlap the pages. The file bundle also includes a large format A0 file for copy shop printing.
The Gold River Adventure Dress is compatible with our Addison add-on circle skirt pattern – please see this blog post for more info.
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