Mccall Pattern Company M6838 Misses’ Dress Sewing Template, Size A5

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  • Size: A5 (6-8-10-12-14)
  • Includes pattern pieces and sewing instructions
  • Made by McCall's Patterns
  • Copyright 2013
  • Printed in the USA

Product Description

MISSES' DRESSES AND BELT: Dresses feature princess seams, form-fitting underlined lined boned bodice and semi-fitted skirt variations and invisible back zip fastening. Dresses also have a circular skirt cut across the grain and an overskirt with a very narrow hem, the wrong side will show. Belt has a bow, button and hook & eye closure. Purchased optional appliqués. Designed for light and medium weight woven fabrics. SUGGESTED FABRICS: Satin, Peau De Soie, Taffeta, Faille. Sheer bodice, round skirt, high low skirt: sheer fabrics. NOTES: Dress: 12″/14″ Invisible Zipper, 11/4 yds. of 1/4″ boning, hook-and-eye and [Opt.] purchased appliques. Strap: Two hook-and-eye closures. With nap Without nap With or without nap Combinations: A5 (6-8-10-12-14), E5 ( 14 -16-18-20-22).

Additional information

Product Dimensions

8.5 x 6.5 x 0.35 inches

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Item model number

M6838A5

Item Weight

2.88 ounces

Manufacturer

McCall Pattern Company

Country of Origin

USA

Date First Available

October 25, 2013

Does it have the patterns for all three dresses shown?

Yes - this includes the patterns for all three dresses shown.

what fabrics are used in the picture on the cover?

Sheer fabric, satin, peau de soie

What sizes?

According to the pattern information, the Size A5 includes sizes 6-8-10-12-14 and the Size E5 includes sizes 14-16-18-20-22... I made the short dress (added thin shoulder straps because it was for a young teen) in a silver stretch material. I then made the hi-low over skirt in a lime green zebra (netting type) using this pattern... from other patterns I made an over blouse and kimono jacket, in different colors of the zebra fabric. I also made a circle skirt and sleeveless over blouse from a sheer glittery black fabric... this all gave her a variety of ways to wear the same basic silver dress.