The Edith Smock can be made as a blouse and a high or low waisted dress. The pattern is zero or minimal waste and comes with a belt pattern and instructions to make a zero-waste slip for when your dress fabric is sheer. It features pockets with a button tab detail and full sleeves with button tabs. It comes with an embroidery template for the neckline and belt.
The instructions come with video links to assist your sewing journey.
Sizes S - XXXL
Downloads include PDF A4/US Letter home print, A0 Shop Copy and Instructions. The projector friendly A0 Shop Copy is trimless and has an optional grid layer for calibration. The patterns can be printed with layers, so you only need to print your individual size which is recommended. There is also a handy envelope design to assist storage and reference.
This pattern has a lot of ease, so please refer to the instructions when selecting your size.
Edith Smock - zero waste
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Tania H. This pattern is well drafted, the instructions and diagrams are clear and detailed and I love the videos which guide you through every step of the construction process from start to finish. I love the fact that this pattern is designed to be zero/minimal waste and how all the pattern pieces fit nicely into one another when placing on fabric for cutting. This pattern is very flattering for all shapes and sizes and I especially loved it for my pear shaped body. This pattern has so many interesting elements and I love that I learned some new skills along the way, including making a belt & embroidery and as a beginner embroiderer, I found the embroidery video super helpful. I really love the Edith Smock, it's such an enjoyable sew & it really has so many possibilities to change things up and make something that's uniquely yours.
Tircia M. I enjoyed making this dress. Watching a video before making, and being able to check back as I reached anything I wasn’t clear about, was new to me and seems really helpful. I was