25 Slip Dress Sewing Patterns (+ 2 FREE PDF’s!)

I researched the best slip dress patterns in PDF and paper format. I even found 2 for free! This post includes slip dresses designed to be worn as undergarments with sheer clothes, worn as sleepwear, and worn outside. I’ve shared useful information about each pattern, like the sizing, design details, fabric needed, and whether it’s beginner-friendly or not.

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Lace slip dress patterns:


Sidbury (Lace slip dress)

black and white lace slip dresses, and sewing pattern line drawings.

Buy now from Sew Over It – Β£11.00 (approx. $15)

  • Sizes: UK 6 (Bust 31” / 79cm) – 30 (Bust 57” / 145cm)
  • Design: Delicate, lace-trimmed slip dress. Designed to be worn as an undergarment. Bias bound neckline and underarms. Pleated straps.
  • Fabric needed: Light to medium weight silk, viscose, rayon, or crepe. A fabric with drape will work best.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 1.7 – 2.5 meters (1.9 – 2.75 yards) x 140cm (55”) depending on which size you make.
  • Format: Print at home PDF or A0 file printed by Sew Over It for an extra cost.
  • Instructions included? A fully illustrated instruction booklet is included within the PDF download.
  • Suitable for beginners? The skill level is described as intermediate. I don’t think this pattern would suit a complete beginner as the fabrics required are slippery and tricky to work with. Applying bias binding can also be a little fiddly.

V8888 (2 lace slip dresses)

woman wearing a white lace slip dress, and sewing pattern line drawings

Buy now from Something Delightful – $19.25

  • Sizes: 6 (Bust 30.5” / 77.5cm) – 20 (Bust 42” / 107cm)
  • Design: 2 dresses. Close-fitting, bias-cut slip dresses with lace trim. Delicate shoulder straps. Seamed bodice. Bias-bound armholes. Matching pants and robes are included.   
  • Fabric needed: Light to medium weight silk, crepe de chine, or lightweight jersey.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 1 5/8 – 1 7/8 yards (1.5 – 1.7 meters) x 45” wide fabric (114cm). Or 1 3/8 – 1 1/2 yards (1.3 – 1.4 meters) x 60” wide fabric (152cm).
  • Format: Printed pattern.
  • Instructions included? Yes, an instruction booklet is included in the pattern envelope.
  • Suitable for beginners? The sewing level is described as β€˜easy’, however, I think there are elements of this pattern that would prove tricky to a complete beginner. For example, the lace applique, cutting fabrics on the bias, and bias binding.

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V1834 (Long slip dress with lace)

beige silk slip dress and sewing pattern line drawings

Buy now from Something Delightful – $22.40

  • Sizes: 16 (Bust 38” / 96.5cm) – 24 (Bust 46” / 117cm)
  • Design: Full-length, close-fitting slip dress with lace trim. V neckline. Delicate shoulder straps. Seamed bodice. Bias-bound armholes.   
  • Fabric needed: Light to medium weight satin, crepe de chine, or batiste.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 1 ΒΎ – 3 1/8 yards (1.3 – 2.9 meters) x 60” wide fabric (152cm).
  • Format: Printed pattern.
  • Instructions included? Yes, an instruction booklet is included in the pattern envelope.
  • Suitable for beginners? The sewing level is described as β€˜average’. I think that the design of the dress is simple, but the slippery fabrics required can be difficult to work with. I think an advanced beginner might enjoy this pattern.  

Gathered lace hem slip dress with foam bust cups

mannequin wearing a white lace slip dress, and sewing pattern line drawings

Download now from Mood Fabrics – FREE

  • Sizes: US 00 – 32 (bust 31″ – 59.5″ / 79cm – 151cm)
  • Design: Lingerie slip dress. Relaxed fit. Foam bust cups with lace overlay. Thin straps. Elasticated back. Gathered lace hem.
  • Fabric needed: light to medium weight woven fabrics with drape, like crepe or charmeuse. Plus lace.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 1 – 4 yards (0.9 – 3.6 meters).
  • Format: Print-at-home PDF pattern.
  • Instructions included? yes, in this blog post.
  • Suitable for beginners? I think this pattern suits advanced beginners. The foam cups, french seams, and gathering may confuse a complete beginner. The instructions are also quite brief and assume you already know how to “baste”, “edgestitch” and “french seam” things.

V-neck slip dress patterns:


Grace (Deep v-neck slip dress) 

gold slip dress worn on a plus size model and sewing pattern line drawings

Buy now from Seamwork – $14.00

  • Sizes: 00 (Bust 32” / 81cm) – 26 (Bust 54” / 137cm).
  • Design: Bias cut, midi length slip dress. Fully lined V neck bodice. Center-back seam. Wide shoulder straps.   
  • Fabric needed: Light to medium weight woven fabrics such as lawn, linen blends, rayon challis, voile, crepe, viscose, Tencel, and charmeuse.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 2 3/4 – 4 yards (2.5 x 3.7 metres) x 45” wide fabric (115cm). Or 2 – 3 yards (1.8 – 2.7 metres) x 60” wide fabric (152cm).
  • Format: Downloadable digital pattern.
  • Instructions included? Yes. Instructions included in the digital download.
  • Suitable for beginners? The skill level is described as β€˜intermediate advanced’.  The design lines of the dress are simple, but handling the slippery bias-cut fabric could prove difficult for a beginner.

Maya (cami-style dress with gathered bust)

front and back view of slip dress with thin straps, and sewing pattern line drawings

Buy now from Papercut Patterns – $30 NZD (approx. $21 USD)

  • Sizes: 1 (Bust 30” / 76cm) – 8 (Bust 46.5” / 118cm).
  • Design: Bias cut slip dress. Spaghetti straps. Gathered cup detail. Can be made as a midi or above knee length dress.
  • Fabric needed: Woven fabrics with drape are recommended such as viscose, crepe de chine, silk or rayon.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 1.6 – 2.7 yards (1.5 – 2.5 metres) x 54” wide fabric (140cm). Or 2 – 2.3 yards (1.85 – 2.15 metre) x 45” wide fabric (115cm).
  • Format: The pattern is available as a printed pattern or in PDF format. The PDF option includes A4/US letter, A0 copy shop, and copy shop large format.
  • Instructions included? Yes. Instructions included in the printed pattern and PDF download.
  • Suitable for beginners? I think an advanced beginner could give this pattern a go. Use a lightweight cotton or cotton lawn to make the construction easier.

Cinnamon (double strap slip dress) 

Buy now from Seamwork – $16

  • Sizes: 0 (Bust 33” / 84cm) – 18 (Bust 46” / 117cm).
  • Design: Bias cut, midi length slip dress. Pointed front midriff. Bust gathers.  Double strap detail. 
  • Fabric needed: Lightweight fabrics with drape, such as silk charmeuse, crepe back satin, silk crepe de chine, silk habotai, voile, cotton lawn.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 2 ΒΌ – 2 1/3 yards (2 x 2.1 metres) x 45” wide fabric (115cm). Or 1 ΒΎ – 2 yards (1.6 – 1.8 metres) x 60” wide fabric (152cm). 
  • Format: Downloadable digital pattern.
  • Instructions included? Yes. Instructions included in the digital download.
  • Suitable for beginners? The skill level is described as β€˜intermediate advanced’.  Some parts could be tricky to sew in a slippery fabric. Using a more stable fabric such as a lightweight cotton would help.

Cami-style slip dress

checked fabric cami top, and slip dress sewing pattern line drawings

Buy now from Rebecca Page – $9.50 

  • Sizes: XXS (Bust 31” / 79cm) – 5XL (Bust 57” / 145cm).
  • Design: Bias cut bodice. Bias binding straps. V neckline. Lined and gathered bust cups.
  • Fabric needed: Lightweight woven fabric with drape. For example, viscose, rayon, silk or satin.  
  • Amount of fabric needed: 1.9 – 3.2 yards (1.75-3 metres) x 45” wide fabric (115cm). Or 1.9-2.7 yards (1.75-2.5 metres) x 54” wide fabric (150cm).
  • Format: PDF print-at-home pattern.
  • Instructions included? Yes. Instructions included in the PDF download.
  • Suitable for beginners? The pattern is described as beginner friendly, but I’d say it suits an advanced beginner. You’ll be working with bias-cut fabrics, bias binding, lining, and gathers.

Simone (deep V slip dress)

pink and black slip dresses, and sewing pattern line drawings

Buy now from Closet Core – $16.00

  • Sizes: 0 (Bust 31” / 79cm) – 32 (Bust 60” / 152.5cm).
  • Design: Bias cut slip dress. 3 lengths. Deep V neckline. Pieced bodice. Adjustable straps. Different back lengths. Optional lace insert for more bust coverage.
  • Fabric needed: Drapey woven fabrics such as silk, crepe, viscose, georgette, satin. 
  • Amount of fabric needed: 2 – 3.5 yards (1.8 – 3.2 metres) x 45” wide fabric (115cm). Or 1.75 – 3.5 yards (1.6-3.2 metres) x 54” wide fabric (150cm).
  • Format: PDF print-at-home pattern.
  • Instructions included? Yes. Instructions included in the PDF download.
  • Suitable for beginners? I think this would suit an advanced beginner. If you’re not used to working with slippery fabrics, use something more stable such as cotton lawn or rayon to make the process easier.

Lacey (v-neck slip dress with buttoned side split)

Buy now from Viki Sews – $9.00

  • Sizes: EU 34 (Bust 31.5” / 80cm) – 46 (Bust 41” / 104cm). You can only buy 1 size at a time.
  • Design: Close fitting, bias cut slip dress. V-neck. Spaghetti straps. Bust darts. Self-lined. Side slit. Button and button loop detail along the left side.
  • Fabric needed: Woven fabrics with drape are recommended such as viscose, crepe de chine, silk or rayon.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 3.2 – 4.1 yards (3 – 3.95 meters) x 54” wide fabric (140cm).
  • Format: PDF format. A4, US letter, A0, and plotter sizes.
  • Instructions included? Yes. Instructions included in the PDF download.
  • Suitable for beginners? The pattern is labelled “advanced”. I think an intermediate to advanced sewist would handle this pattern best as there are intricate details like the covered buttons, button loops, and gathered bust cups.

Long v-neck slip dress

Buy now from Fibre Mood – $9.50

  • Sizes: 32 (Bust 31.5” / 80cm) – 58 (Bust 45.5” / 116cm).
  • Design: Simple V-neck slip dress. Midi or maxi length. Thin straps. Optional criss-cross back. Fitted at the bust.
  • Fabric needed: Woven fabrics such as cotton lawn, viscose, crepe de chine, silk or rayon.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 1.6 – 3.4 yards (1.45 – 3.2 meters) x 54” wide fabric (140cm).
  • Format: PDF print at home format.
  • Instructions included? Yes, instructions included on the website. Here’s the PDF file for English.
  • Suitable for beginners? Yes, I think this pattern would be great for beginners. The style is simple and a stable fabric can be used.

Slip dress patterns for stretchy knits:


Susie (babydoll slip dress)

Buy now from Wardrobe by Me – €10.00 (approx. $11) 

  • Sizes: US 2 (Bust 31.5” / 80cm) – 16 (Bust 42” / 107cm).
  • Design: Babydoll style slip dress. Thin straps. Front darts. Bust gathers. Above knee-length.
  • Fabric needed: Lightweight woven or jersey fabric with drape. For example, viscose, rayon, silk or satin. Size down by 1 size if using jersey fabric.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 2.8 yards for all sizes (2.6 meters) x 54” wide fabric (150cm).
  • Format: PDF print-at-home pattern.
  • Instructions included? Yes. Instructions included in the PDF download.
  • Suitable for beginners? Yes, the skill level is described as 2/5. I think this would suit an adventurous or advanced beginner wanting to further their skills with drapey fabrics. The design lines are simple but there are some challenging techniques such as sewing bias binding.

Leona (deep V slip dress) 

Buy now from Tammy Handmade – Β£8.50 (approx. $11) 

  • Sizes: 6 (Bust 31” / 79cm) – 24 (Bust 49” / 124.5cm).
  • Design: Fitted midi length slip dress. Deep V neckline. Side splits.  
  • Fabric needed: Medium weight knit fabric. Four way stretch. For example, jersey, crepe jersey, stretch velvet, scuba.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 2.2 – 2.7 yards (2 – 2.5 meters).
  • Format: PDF print-at-home pattern.
  • Instructions included? Yes, instructions are included in the PDF download. There’s also a free video tutorial on Youtube.
  • Suitable for beginners? Yes, I think this would suit a beginner wanting to practice more with stretch fabric. The design lines of the dress are simple, and a stable medium weight jersey can be used.

V-neck jersey slip dress with lace trim 

Download now from My Golden Thimble – FREE 

  • Sizes: Originally 1 size and then extended to 3XS – 5XL.
  • Design: Jersey knit slip dress. Lace trim. V neck. Mini length.
  • Fabric needed: Lightweight jersey knit fabrics such as cotton or viscose jersey. 2-way stretch. 50% stretch needed.
  • Amount of fabric needed: Approx. 1 yard (0.9m) for size medium. Other fabric amounts not stated.
  • Format: PDF print at home pattern.
  • Instructions included? Yes. Instructions are included in the blog post.
  • Suitable for beginners? Yes. I think this would be a good pattern for beginners since there are only 2 pattern pieces and the design lines are simple. If you’ve never sewn with stretchy fabrics though, this could be a challenge.

Cowl neck slip dresses:


Sicily (cowl neck dress with 2 necklines)

2 drapey silk dresses with sewing pattern line drawings
Images courtesy of Sewing Patterns by Masin

Buy now from Sewing Patterns by Masin – $13

  • Sizes: Sizes β€œA” to β€œJ” – bust 33” to 54” (84cm to 137cm) and waist 25” to 46” (64cm to 117cm).
  • Design: Bias cut slip dress with a cowl neckline, knee length, with two strap options – thick and thin.
  • Fabric needed: This dress is bias cut so fabrics with a lot of drape are best. Use a satin, a lightweight crepe, viscose, or charmeuse.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 2 – 2.5 yards (1.8 to 2.3 meters) – these measurements assume a 59” wide fabric.
  • Format: This is a digital pattern which is available in A4 for home printing as well as A0 for copy shops.
  • Instructions included? This pattern includes instructions. There are also several helpful blog posts on the Sewing Patterns By Masin website, including this one on sewing bias-cut garments which uses this pattern as its example.
  • Suitable for beginners? This pattern would best suit someone looking to level up to intermediate sewing. Although the dress is a simple design, bias cut fabrics are very shifty, so you’ll want a few projects with similar fabrics under your belt before you sew this one.

Georgia (cowl neck dress with spaghetti strap ties)

Buy now from Etsy

  • Sizes: 36 (Bust 33.1” / 80cm) – 46 (Bust 40.9” / 102cm).
  • Design: Bias cut slip dress. Fitted. Cowl neck. Backless with spaghetti straps criss-crossed at the back. Midi length.
  • Fabric needed: Medium to lightweight drapey fabric such as silk, viscose or rayon.
  • Amount of fabric needed: Exact fabric requirements are given in the PDF download.
  • Format: PDF print-at-home pattern in US letter and A4 sizes, A3, and A0 copy shop sizes.
  • Instructions included? Yes. Instructions and a video tutorial are included in the PDF download.
  • Suitable for beginners? I think this pattern would suit an intermediate sewist. Sewing slippery bias-cut fabrics and making thin spaghetti straps could be tricky.

Celeste (cowl neck slip dress)

Buy now from Dressmaking Amore – $14.97

  • Sizes: XS (Bust 32” / 80cm) – 2XL (Bust 44” / 112cm).
  • Design: Bias cut slip dress. Drapey cowl neckline. Centre back seam for figure hugging fit. Midi length. Spaghetti straps.
  • Fabric needed: The pattern specifies a silky fabric but the dress could work well with a lightweight drapey fabric such as viscose, rayon or crepe.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 2-2.5 yards (1.8-2 meters).
  • Format: PDF pattern for A4/letter and A0 copy shop sizes.
  • Instructions included? Yes, instructions are included in the PDF download. There’s also a free video tutorial on Youtube.
  • Suitable for beginners? I think a confident beginner could attempt this pattern. There are not too many pattern pieces and the style lines are quite simple. This would be a good pattern to learn how to cut and sew garments on the bias.

Round neckline slip dress patterns:


Saltwater (round neck slip dress)

Buy now from Friday Pattern Company – $14

  • Sizes: XS (Bust 32” / 81cm) – 7X (Bust 60” / 152cm). Multiple cup size options: B/C and C/D.
  • Design: Simple style slip dress. Round neckline. Adjustable straps. 2 length options. Side slits. Optional side ties to add some waist shaping. Pull-over dress with no closures.
  • Fabric needed: Light to medium weight woven fabrics such as cotton lawn, viscose, rayon, linen.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 2.67 – 3.63 yards (2.4-3.3 metres) x 45” wide fabric (115cm). Or 1.88 – 3.1 yards (1.7-2.8 metres) x 54” wide fabric (150cm).
  • Format: PDF pattern in US letter, A4, and A0 copy shop size.
  • Instructions included? Yes, instructions are included in the PDF download. There’s also a free video tutorial on Youtube.
  • Suitable for beginners? Yes, due to the simple design of the dress and the fact that a stable woven fabric is used.

Sadie (round neck slip dress)

black silky slip dress next to sewing pattern line drawings
Images courtesy of Tessuti

Buy now from Tessuti – $15 to $25 AUD (approx. $10 to $18 USD)

  • Sizes: XXS – XL. Bust measurement: 32” – 42” / 81cm – 106cm. 
  • Design: bias-cut dress. Midi-length. Shaped neckline with facing. Spaghetti straps. Optional back darts. 
  • Fabric needed: woven fabrics with drape. For example, silk satin. 
  • Amount of fabric needed: 2.35 – 2.56 yards / 2.15 – 2.35 meters. This is based on 1.3 – 1.7 yards of fabric (1.2 – 1.5 meters). 
  • Format: it’s available as a print-at-home digital sewing pattern, digital A0 copy shop pattern, and a paper pattern. 
  • Instructions included? Yes, a PDF or paper booklet is included. There’s also a blog post that shows you how to substitute the facings and straps with a neck/armhole binding. 
  • Suitable for beginners? The designer recommends this for advanced beginners. The dress doesn’t have many design features, so it’s simpler to make. However, working with drapey, silky, and bias-cut fabrics is a challenge.

Fit and flare slip dress with round neck

Buy now from Ann Normandy – $9.95

  • Sizes: XS (Bust 31.5” / 80cm) – 2X (Bust 45.5” / 116cm).
  • Design: Drapey slip dress. High round neckline. Wide straps. Closer fit at the bust and then it flares out. Above the knee length.
  • Fabric needed: This dress is designed to work with heavier weight linen fabrics but could work with lighter fabrics such as viscose and rayon.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 1 ΒΎ – 2 yards (1.6-1.8 meters).
  • Format: PDF pattern in US letter, A4, A0, and 36″ copy shop.
  • Instructions included? Yes. Instructions included in the PDF download.
  • Suitable for beginners? Yes, I think this would be a great pattern for beginners. There are not too many pattern pieces, a heavier weight stable fabric can be used, and there are no spaghetti straps to make. 

Straight neckline slip dress:


Gia (double strap slip dress)

Buy now from Wissew – €12.30 (approx. $14) 

  • Sizes: UK 6 (Bust 31.5” / 80cm) – 18 (Bust 43” / 110cm). US 2 – 14.
  • Design: Figure hugging bias-cut dress. Bust darts. Two neckline options: straight or shallow V-neck. Double straps on both sides. Thin straps with cross-over detail at the back. Midi length.
  • Fabric needed: Light to medium weight, non-stretch woven fabric with good drape. Satins, crepes, crepe-de-chine, georgette and chiffons are some examples. The composition can be viscose, rayon, silk and polyester.
  • Format: PDF print-at-home pattern.
  • Instructions included? Yes. Instructions included in the PDF download.
  • Suitable for beginners? It’s rated “intermediate”, but I think a confident beginner could make this, depending on what type of fabric they use. Working with bias-cut fabric and making thin straps could be tricky for a complete beginner.

Loose fitting slip dress patterns:


Dune (loose fit woven slip dress)

Buy now from Cami Made – Β£8.50 (approx. $11) 

  • Sizes: A (Bust 31.5” / 80cm) – H (Bust 45” / 114cm).
  • Design: Slip dress with bust darts. Slight V neckline. Loose fit. Finished either with a facing or bias binding.   
  • Fabric needed: Light weight fabrics with drape such as cotton lawn, linen, crΓͺpe de chine, silk, rayon, satin.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 1.5 yards (1.4 meters) x 45” wide fabric (115cm). Or 1.25 yards (1.1 meters) x 54” wide fabric (150cm).
  • Format: PDF pattern in US letter, A4, and A0 copy shop sizes.
  • Instructions included? Yes. Instructions included in the PDF download. This blog post includes design hack ideas.
  • Suitable for beginners? Yes, due to the simple design of the dress and the fact that a stable woven fabric is used.

New Look 6352 (Round neck & loose slip dress)

Buy now from Simplicity – $3.99

  • Sizes: 8 (Bust 31.5” 80cm) – 18 (Bust 40” 102cm) 
  • Design: Simple slip dress with round neck. Loose fit. 2 length variations: ankle or above the knee. Sleeveless option with wide straps, or short sleeves option.
  • Fabric needed: Woven fabrics such as cotton, silk, viscose, crepe de chine, or rayon.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 3 1/8 – 3 1/8 yards (3.1 – 3.2 meters) x 45” wide fabric (115cm). Or 3 1/8 – 3 ΒΌ (2.8 – 2.9 Metres) x 54” wide fabric (150cm).
  • Format: Printed pattern.
  • Instructions included? Yes, instructions are included in the paper pattern.
  • Suitable for beginners? Yes, I think this pattern would be a great one for beginners. The style is simple and a stable fabric can be used. For more experienced sewists, the pattern says it can be sewn in 1 hour.

Vintage slip dress patterns:


Simplicity 9285 (1950s retro-style slip dress)

Buy now from Simplicity – $15.37

  • Sizes: 6 (Bust 30.5” / 78cm) – 22 (Bust 44” / 112cm)
  • Design: 1950s style retro slip dress. Above knee. Front slip. Lace trim. V neckline.   
  • Fabric needed: Light to medium two-way stretch knit. Cotton, viscose jersey, or tricot.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 7/8 – 1 yards (0.8 – 0.9 metres) x 60” wide fabric (152cm).
  • Format: Printed pattern.
  • Instructions included? Yes, an instruction booklet is included in the pattern envelope.
  • Suitable for beginners? The sewing level is described as β€˜average’. I think it would suit an adventurous or advanced beginner since the design lines are simple. Attaching the lace trim could be slightly tricky, but the pattern would be a great opportunity to advance your skills in lingerie and nightwear.

Simplicity 9293 (1950s vintage slip with petticoat)

Buy now from Simplicity – $15.37

  • Sizes: 6 (Bust 30.5” / 78cm) – 22 (Bust 44” / 112cm). This is split into 2 products: sizes 6 – 14 and 14 – 22.
  • Design: 1950s vintage style. Full slip with boned bodice. Princess seams. Side zipper. Version B includes a tiered petticoat with an elasticated waist. Designed to be worn as an undergarment.   
  • Fabric needed: Lightweight taffeta, satin, cotton blends, lining fabric, netting.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 5-10 yards (4.5-9 meters) x 45” wide (115 cm) or 60” wide (150 cm), depending on which size and version you make.
  • Format: Printed pattern.
  • Instructions included? Yes, an instruction booklet is included in the pattern envelope.
  • Suitable for beginners? The sewing level is described as β€˜average’. I think this pattern could prove difficult for the complete beginner. There are some advanced elements such as boning, princess seams, and inserting a side zip. Using a more stable fabric would make the process easier.

Simplicity 8456 (vintage 1950s petticoat and slip)

Buy now from Simplicity – $16.07

  • Sizes: 4 (Bust 29.5” / 75cm) – 22 (Bust 44” / 112cm).
  • Design: 1950s vintage style petticoat with two gathered tiers. Attached fitted yoke with optional eyelet band. Optional lace bands. Designed to be worn as an undergarment.   
  • Fabric needed: Lightweight taffeta, satin, cotton blends, lining fabric, netting.
  • Amount of fabric needed: 1 7/8 – 2 7/8 yards (1.7 – 2.6 meters) x 45″ wide fabric (1.14 meters). Or 1 5/8 – 2 5/8 yards (1.5 – 2.4 meters) x 60″ wide fabric (1.52 meters).
  • Format: Printed pattern.
  • Instructions included? Yes, an instruction booklet is included in the pattern envelope.
  • Suitable for beginners? The sewing level is described as β€˜average’. I think the petticoat pattern would suit an adventurous beginner, but the attached slip could prove difficult due to the fitted nature of the yoke.

This article was written by Sally Gauntlett and edited by Sara Maker.

Sally Gauntlett (author)
Sally started sewing as a child. In 2008, she started a handmade business selling personalized gifts and homeware. She then became a sewing content creator, sharing her makes on Youtube and Instagram. Read more…