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Muskoka colour block fleece dress

Our middle girl loves warm cuddly fabrics and is also feeling the coldest of the family. So I am always in search of sewing patterns for warmer fabrics. Besides straight forward sweaters I have not found too many nice dresses. When I saw the tester call for the updated Muskoka Fleece dress and tunic from Pollywoggles Patterns I knew it would be perfect for our middle girl. The pattern is specifically designed for fleece fabrics.

I used alpenfleece (or polar fleece I think it is called in English) for the dress and it works great to get that nice shape of the dress. You can opt for a colour block dress, which I of course chose, or for a plain dress. The dress length is quite long (our girl happily discovered), it ends at the upper calf. There is also a tunic length. She can definitely wear this dress for a couple of years I hope (if her arms do not grow too much in length…). Besides that there are long sleeves and half length sleeves included.

Besides the split collar that I sewed there is also a neckline with binding and a hood included. Our girl is very happy with it as it nice and warm and perfectly on time for the cold weather we had last week.

Fabrics: petrol alpenfleece comes from Nooteboom Textiles, the flower alpenfleece comes from unistoffen
Pattern: Muskoka Fleece dress and tunic from Pollywoggles Patterns
Sizing: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, A, B, C, D (tween/teen sizes)
Options: 2 lengths (dress & tunic), 2 sleeve lengths (long & half length), neckline options: binding, hood or split collar.

Items in 2022: 39
# Fabric this post: 0 in – 2 out (Total fabric in 2022: bought 47 new fabric – used 65 fabric – 17 scrap pieces – 1 gifted fabric) – in total 47 in 65 out and 17 scraps
# Patterns in 2022: 13 in – 3 out


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