MVC Monday Morning Dress Pattern

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Melody Valerie Couture

Monday Morning Dress

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Pattern Overview:

The Melody Valerie Couture Monday Morning dress is a study in classic elegance, with a twist. It’s familiar, A-line silhouette and pleated skirt are standbys in traditional dress design. But the asymmetrical detailing (like the contrasting shoulder panel and the oversized Melody Valerie bow) keeps it fresh well-known yet new, just like so many Mondays. This is a beautifully illustrated doll clothes pattern that you instantly download as a pdf file so you can start sewing your new doll top immediately. The Adobe pdf viewer is required. You simply print out the pdf and you’re ready to start.

Supplies Needed:

  • 1/2 yard fabric
  • 1/3 yard lining fabric
  • scraps for contrast
  • scraps for bow
  • One 7-9″ invisible zipper
  • Matching Thread

Pattern Details:  This is an Intermedaite level sewing pattern. Skills taught include: hand-hemming, understitching, sleeve binding, and installing an invisible zipper.  This dress can be made from a variety of fabrics. We suggest using linen, silk noil, lightweight raw silk, rayon or cotton sateen with a rayon, silk or poly blend lining in a color that compliments the fashion fabric. The PDF sewing pattern provides step-by-step instructions, full size pattern pieces, and a text only summary of written instructions. Download link is received just after payment is processed.

Melody Valerie Monday Morning Dress
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6 responses to “MVC Monday Morning Dress Pattern”

  1. JOYCE says:

    I love this pattern but was wondering why is it so expensive so much more than your other patterns on your site??

  2. JESSiCA says:

    Why is it $8.99?

  3. Joy says:

    super adorable

  4. janet says:

    Why do they keep making patterns that don’t cover the cloth body. I hate that exposed

    • Brooke says:

      Janet, I agree. I, too, do not like seeing where the fabric and latex come together. One solution I use is to make a neck band that fits snugly around the neck out of matching or black fabric or ribbon. It looks real cute with a charm dangling from the band. This doesn’t cover all the fabric body but it does make the division much less noticeable.

  5. Barb W. says:

    I love the look! I’m enjoying the challenge of making this dress. Could you please tell me what the cutting measurements are for the armscye bindings? I have looked and looked and don’t see it in either the pattern or just in cutting instructions. Thanks.

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