List of supplies:
The fabric of your choice (1m50 to 2m by 145cm in width depending on your size and the sleeve option chosen; 1m70 to 2m10 for 110cm in width);
Bias, already prepared or to be made in the same fabric according to what you prefer;
A button at the neck if you choose to make the slit in the back;
Fabric tips: It is possible to make Selma in most fabrics: crepe, viscose, poplin, fine wool or tweed for cool days. Choose a fairly fluid fabric for an optimal fall of the flared skirt. Be sure to select a fabric that isn’t too sheer so you don’t have to line the dress.
The pattern in PDF format includes:
The full size pattern sheet, graded from 32 to 48, margins included and without edges to be cut, to be printed in A4 format.
The illustrated explanation booklet including:
step by step diagram
supplies, yardage of the fabric according to the size and the version chosen
the size guide and advice on choosing sizes,
fabric advice, sewing advice and pattern adjustment,
the cutting plan of the parts and the assembly plan of the 12 sheets of the pattern.
Sizes: from 32 to 48 (more sizes here)
Level: The Selma pattern is easily accessible to all levels, even beginners. Step-by-step instructions are accompanied by illustrations to outline each step. The pattern does not present any major complexity, it includes the possibility of sewing a neckline bias as well as a slit at the back of the neck closed by a button (this may not be necessary if you are sewing in a stretch fabric).
these measurements correspond to a stature of approximately 168 cm.
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