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Announcing PatternReview’s Exclusive Summer Street DressBy DianeSev on 4/12/13 4:08 PM

We’ve got some great news!  PatternReview now has its own pattern!

PatternReview  Summer Street Dress Downloadable Pattern

PatternReview Summer Street Dress Downloadable Pattern

Sizes: XS to XXL.  Designed for a C cup.

Suggested Fabrics:  Suitable for a variety of knits, such as rayon jersey, cotton knits, ITY jersey, and wool blends for fall.

A PatternReview exclusive, the Summer Street Dress is everything you want in a cool summer dress.

Designed by Deepika and drafted by MariaDenmark, the Summer Street Dress is easy to sew.  With an optional contrast panel in the front, this short-sleeved knit dress with a bow neckline has endless possibilities.

Sew as is for a sweet knit dress that you’ll want to wear everywhere.  Lengthen the skirt, and you have a maxi that’s right on trend! And the Summer Street Dress looks equally cute with sandals or boots. 

The Summer Street Dress is the transition piece you’ve been waiting for.

Don’t wait… Download it, sew it and wear it today!

PatternReview  Summer Street Dress Downloadable Pattern 


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Sherril Miller said... (4/30/13 3:47 PM) Reply
Take my word for it, this one doesn't need a FBA ladies. Now to print out the front pattern piece and make it again without alterations!
sewtime said... (4/18/13 5:25 PM) Reply
Such a cute dress! Thank you.
Deepika said... (4/17/13 12:02 PM) Reply
@meleliza, you HAVE to try this one. @MAThomas, yes it would be very easy. Let me know if you want help with that.
Deepika said... (4/17/13 12:01 PM) Reply
Thank you everyone. I am super excited about this dress. And did you check out the next PR exclusive pattern? Rock and Roll Top drafted by Angela Wolf. I saw a version of it a year go at an airport and it just stuck with me. So I asked Angela if she would draft it for us. And she did! Here's a link to the Rock and Roll Top
nelnel said... (4/17/13 11:28 AM) Reply
This dress is comfortable and easy to make. The great thing is you can make it with lots of different fabrics ... giving you a different look with each one. Thank you.
MAThomas said... (4/17/13 11:17 AM) Reply
This is VERY appealing! do you think it is easily modified to accomodate a smaller cup (like A?).
Ags7 said... (4/17/13 8:49 AM) Reply
Congratulations, Deepika! :) What's nice is that it looks to have a lot of possibilities for adding one's own style by combining and changing the fabrics/prints.
TJSEWS said... (4/16/13 9:22 PM) Reply
Congratulations Deepika! It looks like a dress that will flatter a variety of figures. Bravo!
meleliza said... (4/16/13 9:41 AM) Reply
Very cool! This is you telling me to work with knits, right?
Rhonda in Montreal said... (4/14/13 6:54 PM) Reply
What an exciting dream to fulfill, Deepika!! <3
Terri A said... (4/13/13 1:46 AM) Reply
Thank you for such a fun pattern option for summer!

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