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Rolled hem to the max

When I looked in the closet of our youngest I saw that she has only a few short sleeved dresses. Of course she has many dresses in her closet but mostly sleeveless or long sleeved dresses. So a perfect reason to sew another dress for her. I picked out the Wylde top and dress from Stitch upon a time*. Every time I see someone sewing up the dress I like it.

And of course a perfect reason to do a rolled hem on all seams. I think the rolled hem fits perfectly with this dress. It is a quick sew and has many different options (it has seven (!) different sleeve options). I chose a flutter sleeve and the knee length skirt and was done very quickly. The only think I changed was the neckband. I didn’t want to line the body so instead I measured the neckline and took 85% and cut a neckband.

I think it a great pattern for a quick project especially if you looking for a different type of sleeve. Of course it also works great if you are looking for a crop top. I love the look of the feminine bodice and neckline and the skirt that doesn’t take up too much fabric.

Fabric: Little Forest collection from Lillestoff, designed by Bora.
Pattern: Wylde top and dress from Stitch upon a time
Sizing: 2-12
Options: seven sleeve options (plain long and short sleeves, tank option, long and short flutter sleeve, puff sleeve, and a bishop sleeve), crop top, peplum, knee length skirt, and maxi skirt.
Difficulty: Beginner to Confident Beginner

#sew20challenge 7/20

Items in 2021: 53
# Fabric this post: 0 in – 2 out (Total fabric in 2021: bought 55 new fabric – used 69 fabric – 47 scrap pieces – 3 gifted fabric) – in total 55 in 69 out
# Patterns in 2021: 6 in – 6 out

* Some of the links in the post above are “affiliate links”. This means if you click on the link and purchase an item, I will receive an affiliate commission, the price for you will be the same, it doesn’t cost you anything extra. Thank you for supporting my hobby and my fabric and pattern addiction

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