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Sew Confident Box - March

*** Available to order from January 15 to February 14. Ships on March 2 ***
The Hinterland Dress offers a timeless, comfortable, and elegant silhouette. Featuring three sleeve options, either partial or full button down plackets, customizable length, and inseam pockets, this is a pattern workhorse that spans the seasons. The fit is loose yet shapely, with side bust darts and a gathered skirt with optional waist ties, and is easily modified for maternity and nursing. Feel free to lengthen the bodice and hack it into an adorable cropped top, too!  More...
In this box, you will receive the pattern, fabric of your choice, and all the notions to match your fabric

Pattern: Hinterland Dress from Sew Liberated

Skill Level: Advanced Beginners

What you should know (or desire to learn): Sewing bust darts, bias facings, inseam pockets, and button plackets, inserting sleeves

Fabric Options: Read more about the fabric options here.

  • Auburn Red Double Gauze - The first fabric I thought of for this dress was double gauze. The fabric is light and airy but has enough structure to work for both the loose, gathered skirt and more structured bodice. In an earthy auburn red, the dress will pair beautifully with anything from a denim jacket (how much do you love the orange-blue pairing) to a cardigan sweater to a leather bomber. Dress it up with boots or down with sandals. The color will speak for itself, and in the soft double gauze, it will be secret pajamas all the way.
  • Black and Gray Windowpane Viscose Mix - We fell in love with this fabric back in July when we used a solid version of it in our Breezy Dress Boxes. Heathered yarn gives the gray gorgeous subtle variations in color, and the viscose is touchably soft. With the grid pattern, this fabric reminds us of a modern take on classic gingham and we think the line will complement the pattern beautifully. Throw this dress over a black turtleneck for an instant posh look or make the long sleeve version and really embrace the check. Either way, you'll have an unforgettable weekend dress!
  • Royal Blue Neon Neppy Chambray - It's hard to see in the swatch photo, but this chambray actually has slub threads of neon yellow and pink speckled throughout the surface. With a soft yet firmer drape than the other two options, this fabric will allow you to play with the volume of this pattern while still embracing the shirt front bodice. And honestly, who doesn't love a chambray dress?
Also in this box: Matching thread, fusible interfacing, 11 buttons, and a sewing machine needle


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