Style Arc Sewing Pattern – Montana Midi Dress (Sizes 18-30) – Click for Other Sizes

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  • This dress pattern from Style Arc is a midi length, high waist, pull-on dress with an extended shoulder line.
  • Sizes 18-30 included. Each size is printed in a different color. Style Arc's industry-based patterns are now available to sew at home!
  • Difficulty: Easy. You may even be able to sew it in an afternoon!
  • Pattern pieces and basic instructions in English are included for this women's sewing pattern.
  • This dress pattern was designed and printed in Australia. Sewing patterns don't have to be boring! View the current styles of Style Arc.

Product Description

Size:sizes 18-30

DThis is an easy sewing pattern for Style Arc dresses. Both comfortable and versatile, this dress pattern is suitable for a variety of occasions. This is a drop shoulder pull-on dress with a loose silhouette that can be worn with everything from sneakers to pumps. The skirt has light pleats that fall from the high waist and in the seam pockets. Best of all is a no-frills dress that can be sewn in an afternoon. FABRIC SUGGESTIONS: Washed linen, rayon, crepe or even a knit. FABRIC ESTIMATE (CUT ON THE OPEN): Fabric Width: < > cm (58 in) > Sizes < > – 12: < >.< > m (2 yd) > Sizes < > – 22: < >.< > m (3 yd) > Sizes < > – 30: < >.< > m (4 m). FUSE RATING FOR FACES (width < > cm or < > in): < > cm (10 inches).

Additional information

Product Dimensions

9.06 x 0.39 x 13.39 inches

Item model number

MLDW062L

Item Weight

3.98 ounces

Manufacturer

Style Arc

Date First Available

December 27, 2019

are there pockets in this dress?

Yes, the pattern includes in-seam pockets.

How many yards are needed for size 22 if the fabric is 45” wide?

The back of every pattern envelope provides required yardages for each size.

Is this a pdf file or are there actual pattern pieces?

There are actual pattern pieces, but they are all included on one large sheet of paper instead of several. The lines for different sizes are different colors and the pattern instructions are part of the large sheet of paper, too. I use butcher paper to copy the pattern pieces instead of cutting the paper. I like the way it's laid out, but I have to use my floor to trace the pieces onto butcher paper.