Blythe All Spruced-Up Dress

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  • Description: Vintage Skipper-inspired A-line dress with collar & cuffs.
  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Tips: Use a patterned fabric for the bodice/sleeves and a solid color for the collar/cuffs for a classy look. Attaching the cuffs could be a bit tricky, so you might want to make a practice one first. Press before attaching the pieces.

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27 responses to “Blythe All Spruced-Up Dress”

  1. Poopychun

    Noe is so cute! XD

  2. Leah

    Yay! I’ve wanted to try this one for a long time 😀
    Thanks Leenda!

  3. Christina

    Oooh I have to try this one! The collar looks lovely.

  4. Melissa

    *adds to the list of things to sew*

  5. Emi

    Yeah! I can have twin outfits and make it in other tweed fabrics!

  6. greendot

    Eeep, I need to try this! It’s so cute! Thanks for sharing all goodies! 🙂

  7. birdielady

    thank you! i would love to try it out : )

  8. posie

    Amazing! Thanks so much for sharing all of this wonderful stuff.

  9. ghislaine

    neato! will definitely have to give this one a try. thanks linda!! 🙂

  10. Sophie

    Looks great! Trying now. Thanks! 🙂

  11. vonvonz

    thank you so much ^^

  12. Anna

    The dress became really pritty but i failed with the collar… Thanks for upload this pattern!

  13. Tashi

    I’m a little confused. When making the dress, do I cut two of the large pieces? That seems the logical thing to do, but I thought I’d check. I don’t see a seam line through the front of the dress.

  14. Tashi

    I think I see what you mean, Linda… I was under the impression that the “front center (fold here)” was referring to folding the fabric, somehow, and I didn’t see how that long V fabric could possibly be a dress, haha. I think I’ve folded it the right way now, and I’ll be testing it very shortly. Thanks for the clarification!

  15. mandy

    hi sorry i know i shud already know this, i printed it straight out and the scale is correct as the pdf, but it seemd a little too big, shes Mod molly sbl. should i shrink the pattern a little bit?

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  17. Claire

    This is so cute!

  18. Rebecca B

    This pattern doesn’t make sense to me!

    Do you cut 4 of those sleeves? And two of the large pieces?!

    I’m so confused!

  19. linda

    Hi Rebecca – The dress is not lined, so no. Two sleeves and just one large piece that make up the body.

    1. Rebecca B

      Thanks.

      I still don’t understand how you get the y shape though!

      I only seem to have half a dress!

      1. linda

        Hi Rebecca – if you don’t fold the fabric, then yep, you only get half a dress. Cut the paper out as is, fold your fabric in half, and line up the center front of the paper pattern to the edge of the fold, pin & cut out the “half-Y” shape. When you’re done, unfold it and you should have a Y-shape. Hope that helps!

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  21. Nicky

    Thanks Linda for sharing these wonderful patterns. I just found your website and want to give a try on this pretty tiny dress for my Blythe. Please kindly keep me on your mailing list for any new patterns you might have in the future. Thanks again Linda ♡

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