Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Brueram Dress Pattern by Sofilantjes

Its here! The much awaited  Brueram dress pattern by Sofilantjes (affiliate link) is now available! Such a pretty name for this pattern but some of you must be wondering the meaning or the origin, right? Well its Latin and its meaning is Heather. Isn't it beautiful!

If you want to keep up with new releases or sales just hope on over to Sofilantjes Sew and Show group on facebook. For now here is your inside information....get your Brueram Pattern for only $5.00 over the next couple of days, after that it will go back to its regular price of $8.95.

This is the tulip skirt version, but in the pattern you'll also have the maxi dress and the peplum top.

This is the feature that give this dress such a nice tailored look...the shirring keeps the bodice snug and in place but allows for comfort and ease of movement. For those who don't like shirring there's also insturctions in the tutorial for elastic casings. If you need more information on how to achieve shirring, just look up my tutorial here.

I just love the fit of this dress! The neckline sits perfectly, and there's no way those straps with their given position will slip off. 

Here are some of the pattern details:

  • Sizes range from 12 months to 14 years
  • Designed for light woven fabrics
  • Step-by-step tech drawings to accompany written instructions
  • 3/8" seam allowances included
  • Special instructions on how to make this garment fit your model and how to adjust the pattern

This one is just proof that she does smile...but yes JubeJube is as serious as can be while in front of the camera.

Until next time, xx

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