Jente dress & top – pdf sewing pattern English

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Jente is a pdf sewing pattern for a unisex top (tank top) and for a dress

OPTIONS:
top straight or A-line, straight or curved hem, with or without ruffles
dress basic or with overlapping back panels, with or without ruffles
4 ways to finish the armholes and neckline seams.

Jente screams summer! It is a sleeveless top (a tank top) for both boys and girls. Choose a cooler straight version or go for a more feminine A-line with curved hem. For an extra girly effect, you can add ruffles that run down the front and back.
Jente is also a dress with a gathered skirt. At the back, opt for an overlapping back panel with low back cut. Add ruffles here, too, to make it all the more summery and romantic. Or go for the basic version front and back. There are three ways to finish the seams at the neck and arm openings: concealed cuffs, exposed cuffs or hem.

Sizes: 
2-14y (92-164)

Level:
This pattern is suitable for beginners.

Content of the download

  • pdf-document Timo pattern pieces to print in A4 or US letter in sizes 2-14y (92-164).
  • pdf-document Timo pattern pieces to print in A0 in sizes 2-14y (92-164).
  • pdf-document Timo tutorial to print in A4 or US letter: extensive photo manual, additional tips, printing instructions, size tables. Printing separate sizes is possible.
    All measurements in both centimeters and inches.
    Seam allowance not included.
    After purchase, you can download the pdf files. You will immediately receive an email confirming your purchase. It contains the links to the downloads.Note: You’re buying a digital sewing pattern, no finished garment, not a paper pattern.

Jente screams summer! It is a sleeveless top (a tank top) for both boys and girls. Choose a cooler straight version or go for a more feminine A-line with curved hem. For an extra girly effect, you can add ruffles that run down the front and back.
Jente is also a dress with a gathered skirt. At the back, opt for an overlapping back panel with low back cut. Add ruffles here, too, to make it all the more summery and romantic. Or go for the basic version front and back. There are three ways to finish the seams at the neck and arm openings: concealed cuffs, exposed cuffs or hem.

Most fabrics in the tutorial are from the ‘Break Away collection’ we’ve designed for Editex fabrics. The fabrics will be in stores mid-April.

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