*SPRINGTIME SALE! Save 20% on the PDF and printed versions of our Derby Dress! Sale runs from April 19–30. Valid on new orders only. Discount automatically applied, so no need for a code!*
This is a PDF print-at-home version of my Derby Dress pattern. Visit this listing for the printed version.
The Derby Dress (as seen in the June/July 2013 issue of Threads Magazine) is a fun swingy a-line sundress. Both versions pull on, feature princess seams in the front, and have four panels in the back.
View A has a contrast Peter Pan collar, straps at the neck, and a gathered ruffle at the hem that hits above the knee.
View B has a bias-cut gathered ruffle at the neck, a tie belt at the waist, and hits just above the knee.
The Derby Dress is sized from 0–18 and all sizes are included in the PDF file.
This pattern's difficulty is rated at "two spools" which is perfect for an advanced beginner sewer!
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You will receive 5 files with this purchase:
1: Christine Haynes-PDF Instructions -
Information on how to use the PDF pattern, 1 page, black ink only, 164KB.
2: Christine Haynes Derby-Print at Home -
The pattern split into 36 pages (US Letter or A4), black ink only, 1.3MB.
3: Christine Haynes Derby-Copy Shop US -
The pattern on a 32" x 82" page, black ink only, 1.5MB.
4: Christine Haynes Derby-Copy Shop A0-
The pattern on 30" x 42" pages, 2 pages, black ink only, 3.1MB.
5: Christine Haynes Derby-Pattern Instructions -
Instructions on how to sew the pattern, 17 pages, color ink on pages 1 and 17, black ink only on all other pages, 1.6MB.
Need help printing and assembling a PDF sewing pattern? Learn how to do it in this video tutorial on my blog!
The pattern will be automatically sent to the email address used in placing the order, so be sure to enter your email correctly and to check your spam or junk mail folder if you do not see the email within a few minutes. If your email address domain is your place of business, note that many businesses have spam filters that will prevent the file from ever reaching your inbox. In this case, consider using your personal email account instead. You will have three downloads of the file to allow you to save it locally on your computer. Note that if you open it on a device that you cannot save and print from, these will count as downloads.
Prefer this as a printed pattern to be mailed to you? You can find that version here!