Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds

$22.00 USD
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds
  • Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds

Rushcutter Dress Pattern - In The Folds

$22.00 USD

GARMENT DETAILS

The Rushcutter is an oversized knee-length, A-line dress, designed for woven fabrics, available in two different styles.

The Rushcutter is beautifully designed and carefully drafted to include many interesting details, to make this a very enjoyable sew for sewers at a range of different levels.

View A features three-quarter length raglan sleeves, large side pockets, invisible zip, bound neckline and a wide hem facing.

View B is a sleeveless version, with back button closure. It features in-seam pockets, with neckline and armholes finished with bias binding. Included in the pattern is an optional waist sash, that is suitable for both styles.

DIFFICULTY

The pattern is placed at a Level 2 on the In the Folds pattern skill scale.

By working through this pattern, you will gain confidence in: sewing a straight seam, sewing a curved seam, bias facing armholes / neckline, sewing buttonholes, buttons and an invisible zip (depending on which view you decide to make).

SUGGESTED FABRICS

The Rushcutter is quite a versatile pattern and is compatible with a range of different fabrics. Consider using, light to mid-weight fabrics such as: cotton shirting, poplin, sateen, linen, silk, light to mid-weight wool, chambray or light to mid-weight denim.

Your fabric choice will have a big impact on the silhouette you will achieve. For a more structured, boxy look, consider mid-weight denim, twill or jacquard. Or, for a more relaxed, draped look, consider a viscose blend or silk crepe de chine.

Fabric requirements and finished garment measurements can be found here.

NOTIONS - VIEW A

  • 40cm (16in) invisible zip
  • Coordinating thread
  • 1m (1 yard) x 35mm (1 1/4in) single-fold bias tape

NOTIONS - VIEW B

  • 3 x 10mm (5/8in) buttons
  • Coordinating thread
  • 2m (2 1/4 yards) x 35mm (1 1/4in) single-fold bias tape
  • Small strip of lightweight iron-on interfacing for button stand (if required)

The pattern is available in 10 sizes (A - J, which equates to Australian sizes 6-24) and is nested, to make it easier for you to grade between sizes.

In the Folds patterns are drafted for a B cup bust. Please check the finished garment measurements chart in the pattern, before deciding whether or not you need to make an adjustment.

Patterns are drafted for height of 170cm (5'7") and include a ‘lengthen / shorten line’ so you can make adjustments to suit your height.

Fabric requirements and finished garment measurements can be found here.

Pattern includes seam allowances.

The Rushcutter sew-along can be found here.

 

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GARMENT DETAILS

The Rushcutter is an oversized knee-length, A-line dress, designed for woven fabrics, available in two different styles.

The Rushcutter is beautifully designed and carefully drafted to include many interesting details, to make this a very enjoyable sew for sewers at a range of different levels.

View A features three-quarter length raglan sleeves, large side pockets, invisible zip, bound neckline and a wide hem facing.

View B is a sleeveless version, with back button closure. It features in-seam pockets, with neckline and armholes finished with bias binding. Included in the pattern is an optional waist sash, that is suitable for both styles.

DIFFICULTY

The pattern is placed at a Level 2 on the In the Folds pattern skill scale.

By working through this pattern, you will gain confidence in: sewing a straight seam, sewing a curved seam, bias facing armholes / neckline, sewing buttonholes, buttons and an invisible zip (depending on which view you decide to make).

SUGGESTED FABRICS

The Rushcutter is quite a versatile pattern and is compatible with a range of different fabrics. Consider using, light to mid-weight fabrics such as: cotton shirting, poplin, sateen, linen, silk, light to mid-weight wool, chambray or light to mid-weight denim.

Your fabric choice will have a big impact on the silhouette you will achieve. For a more structured, boxy look, consider mid-weight denim, twill or jacquard. Or, for a more relaxed, draped look, consider a viscose blend or silk crepe de chine.

Fabric requirements and finished garment measurements can be found here.

NOTIONS - VIEW A

  • 40cm (16in) invisible zip
  • Coordinating thread
  • 1m (1 yard) x 35mm (1 1/4in) single-fold bias tape

NOTIONS - VIEW B

  • 3 x 10mm (5/8in) buttons
  • Coordinating thread
  • 2m (2 1/4 yards) x 35mm (1 1/4in) single-fold bias tape
  • Small strip of lightweight iron-on interfacing for button stand (if required)

The pattern is available in 10 sizes (A - J, which equates to Australian sizes 6-24) and is nested, to make it easier for you to grade between sizes.

In the Folds patterns are drafted for a B cup bust. Please check the finished garment measurements chart in the pattern, before deciding whether or not you need to make an adjustment.

Patterns are drafted for height of 170cm (5'7") and include a ‘lengthen / shorten line’ so you can make adjustments to suit your height.

Fabric requirements and finished garment measurements can be found here.

Pattern includes seam allowances.

The Rushcutter sew-along can be found here.