"Tea Gowns" are a style of dress that came in to fashion over 100 years ago. It features a draped silhouette with lots of ruffles and lace, and these dresses influenced country western, hippie/boho, and mori girl fashion fads! While you can make a perfectly new and colorful looking dress with this pattern, the 'in look' for it is usually that of a vintage dress found in an attic or thrift shop, so this pattern also has a mini tutorial on tea dyeing to give new clothes a slightly worn makeover, too!Patterns Included: Bodice with overbust, underbust, and waist lengths, sailor and square collars, sleeve in short/long lengths, and skirt in straight and hi-low hem lines
Supplies needed: 1/4 yard fabric, thread/sewing supplies
Difficulty: Easy. Great for confident beginners. You can also check out the 'Tutorials' section for free resources on sewing and sizing.
You will get a link to the .pdf file to download on checkout as well as in your order confirmation email. You can buy/download/print and get started in minutes!