Lisianthus Dress Pattern for Dolls

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Lisianthus dress pattern for dolls

MVC Lisiathus Dress

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Pattern Overview:

Lisianthus, featured in the Spring 2013 collection – Bloom!  With the birds trilling and the sun just beginning to peek over the horizon, she could tell it was going to be a wonderful day. She leapt out of bed, danced along the garden pathway in her bare feet and stopped to tenderly brush the petals of each flower with her fingers as she passed.

This dress has a delicious retro flair and unique style details. Topstitching accents the chevron-pieced bodice, while the full skirt hearkens back to the sock hops of the 50’s. There’s a subtle nod to the present, though, in the gentle hi-lo contour of the skirt. Rayon seam binding spirals around the neckline and waist, culminating in the Melody Valerie signature bow.  It also sports a fully lined bodice, bound armholes, and an invisible zipper. 

Supplies Needed:

  • 1/2 yard fabric
  • fabric scraps for bodice lining
  • 1-1/4 yards ribbon or trim
  • One  7-9″ invisible zipper
  • Matching Thread

Pattern Details:  This is an Intermedaite level sewing pattern.  The example dress features cotton lawn, but it would look beautiful made with cotton batiste, voile, or even a lightweight rayon. For a more winter-friendly look, try corduroy. Polyester, lightweight cotton, or china silk all work well as a lining.   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. The Adobe pdf viewer is required. You simply print out the pdf and you’re ready to start.

    

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6 responses to “Lisianthus Dress Pattern for Dolls”

  1. cindi perron says:

    I’m thrilled that this dress pattern is available so soon after the dress was listed for sale!

  2. N Colleen Sexton says:

    This pattern is adorable!

  3. Wendy B. says:

    Hi, I am very interested in this pattern but- would you consider this pattern difficult for someone who is only ok at sewing?

  4. Kyla Lunderman says:

    I am so glad this pattern is available. I fell in love with the dress as soon as I saw on the website. Thank you!

  5. Patty Rivera says:

    Made this dress up this morning and it came out adorable. Much simpler then I had originally thought it would be. One thing I did was apply steam a seam to the 1/4″ that gets turned up on the top bodice and middle sections, pressed the pieces in place and then I top stitched.

  6. velma barton says:

    How much are the patterns? I don’t,t see a price. Maybe I have over look it. Velma bartin

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