Designer Inspired Caftan Pattern

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Designer Inspired Caftan Pattern
Designer Inspired Caftan Pattern
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Create an easy breezy dress straight off the runway with this bright and bold Designer Inspired Caftan Pattern. Inspired by classic 1970s dress shapes, this caftan sewing pattern is romantic and flowy and looks amazing on all figures, meaning it's a total must-sew project for late summer and early fall. This free dress pattern comes with a printable diagram, so that you can see how to turn a few yards of chiffon or rayon into an unbelievably pretty dress. This dress pattern is perfect for sewing beginners or anyone who can sew a straight line and is almost effortless to make. Treat yourself to the designer look for less with this fun sewing project that's perfect for capturing the last days of summer.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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This Designer Inspired Caftan reminds me so much of Flower Power - 60's dresses - although the fabric would probably have been more floral, less flamboyant I guess. It's a very beautiful dress which I am definitely making for myself this coming weekend. The project is rated 'beginner' and I have the perfect fabric so I am good to go!

Love this easy, breezy caftan. Tutorial indicates it is actually a Herms inspired caftan dress. Just follow the drawn pattern and instructions. Super easy to sew as only straight line sewing is needed. A serger makes the process faster but is not necessary. Looks great in a soft jersey print fabric.

This pattern really caught my eye as, like the Blogger, I love light, airy dresses. And the pattern is really very simple as its just a matter of applying your own measurements and preferences to a large rectangle of fabric and stitching a couple of seams. If you are using a rayon, or any fabric that is likely to fray, then all hems will need to be turned over twice to prevent this from happening.


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