Matchy Matchy Sewing Club, Champagne Field Dress or Top, PDF Pattern ( – Lakes Makerie
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Matchy Matchy Sewing Club, Champagne Field Dress or Top, PDF Pattern (with or without printing)


The Champagne Field Dress is a prairie style dress with patch pockets and optional patchwork view with inseam pockets. The front and back bodice include soft gathers that sit above the bust. View A is a mini dress, hitting above the knee and includes a flutter sleeve. View B is a midi dress, hitting mid calf with a high-low hem and gathered puff sleeves finished with a wide elastic cuff. Both views include a large bottom ruffle. View C is a babydoll style top which include soft gathers that sit above the bust and has a flowing bell sleeve. The length is semi cropped that hits right below the natural waist.

This Pattern includes a bonus sleeve view which is a modern style ruffle that is easy to construct and interchangeable between views. It also includes pattern pieces and instructions for a square neck hack. Instructions also include cutting measurements for View A + Veiw B skirt pieces to save time and paper when printing and assembling

Pattern includes sizes XXS - 6XL (Bust 31” - 64” / 79cm - 162cm) 
For Sizing, finished garment measurements and yardage requirements see chart below.

This PDF gives you the instructions, tiled (45 x A4 pages, compatible with US printer paper), and A0 (wide format copyshop 36 x 48" pages), as well as a pattern for a square neck variation. The files will be send to you in an email from, if you don't see your files, double check your junk mail/spam before contacting us. All PDF patterns are for home sewing only and cannot be made for resale or profit. Thank you for respecting their designs! 

If you desire Lakes Makerie in-house AO printing for full pattern ($3.00/page x4) or for bodice only ($3.00/page x2), select appropriate variant below and indicate whether you prefer shipping (folded) or local pickup (rolled) at checkout.

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Beginner: techniques include neck bias binding and gathering

Coordinating thread

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