beautiful curves inspired by a 1920s wedding gown featured in threads magazine. there are two dress shapes in this pattern and these curves are applied throughout... on the skirts, bloomers, and bonnet.. these curves can be made using a variety of materials and techniques (bias bands, ribbon, shadow work embroidery, beads, etc...). but this is not beginner-friendly imo, just a word of caution... there's a video tutorial so you can watch before you purchase.

  • printed on tissue paper

  • 2 gown shapes: A line and circle skirt

  • coordinating bonnet & bloomers

  • diaper shirt, dress, and gown lengths included

  • step-by-step video tutorials
    (no written instructions) 
  • individual pattern pieces (not nested - no tracing required!)

  • custom, expanding envelope to store your pattern

  • customer support - I am here for you!

thanks to our exclusive design, you can actually get the pattern back in the envelope! 

each size printed on its own sheet without being nested - no more wasted time fishing around for pieces or having to trace!!

envelope snaps back to secure the pattern pieces inside

comes in sizes newborn + 3 month

there are two overall shapes for this pattern

gown #1

an a-line shape with marks for diaper shirt, dress, and gown lengths

gown #2

a full 360° circle skirt with bodice top

and both gowns can be completed with 

sleeveless, bell-shaped sleeves, or tulip sleeves

tulip sleeves

bell-shaped sleeves

a-line gown #1 

diaper shirt




360° circle skirt gown #2

what materials can create these curves?

fabric bias strips 

silk ribbon

seam binding

lace tape

lace insertion with pull-threads

spaghetti bias straps

also... hand embroidery, beads, sequins, etc.

lots of possibilities!

however, due to the variety of materials that can create these curves and the applications of the curves, this pattern becomes a bit of a chess game and make it work situation.

and because of this,
I do not think this is beginner-friendly.