Sewing pattern in paper sizes 34 to 52
Wallis is the perfect mid-season dress that can be worn with trainers or a pair of boots.
The dress has been designed with attention to detail; it features a rounded collar edged with a ruffle.
The front bodice has a button fastening, and the dress has a gathered skirt.
Wallis also has beautifully designed sleeves. With this style you will learn how to make a blouse placket and cuffs.
If you made this sewing pattern, don’t hesitate to share your creation on Instagram with the hashtag #robewallis.
I made my dress in cotton gauze but you can use any material you like: cotton, chambray, poplin, double gauze, linen, tencel, viscose, broderie anglaise… Choose whatever material you like!
- 1.80 m of 140 cm wide fabric (2 m for sizes 42 and above)
- Fusible (iron-on) interfacing (approximately 30 cm)
- 8 buttons (approx. 12 cm diameter)
- Approximately 50 cm of bias binding (you could make your own self-fabric bias binding)