This simple raglan-sleeved dress is very easy to sew and looks quite impressive. The pattern features fun piecing and topstitching, patch pockets, raglan sleeves, and a keyhole button opening at the back. View A includes a darling ruffle at the hem, while View B has a smooth hem. No fancy buttonholes or set-in sleeves makes for easy sewing.
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After successfully sewing this pattern, you will have developed the following skills: bias binding, darts, French seam, gathering, raglan sleeves.
Light- to medium-weight woven fabrics like quilting cotton, chambray, and linen.
Coordinating thread, one 1/2" button, lightweight fusible interfacing.