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Easy Tee Swing Dress Pattern


Updated March 30, 2017
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Easy Tee Swing Dress Pattern
Easy Tee Swing Dress Pattern
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Spring is almost here, so it's time to toss those winter tights and design a pretty spring dress to complete your warm weather wardrobe. This Easy Tee Swing Dress Pattern is the perfect compliment to spring weather, and has a figure flattering silhouette that's not too tight, yet still shows off your figure. Made with 2 yards of cotton knit, this free dress pattern comes with a printable pattern for the bodice and instructions for creating your skirt, so there's no guesswork required. A casual and comfy dress that can be worn out running errands or dressed up for a night out, this free dress pattern is your dream dress for spring weather.

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Love the raglan sleeves on this easy to sew T-shirt swing dress. The allover print knit fabric shown in the picture is really attractive. There is a pattern to print out and a tutorial that is easy to follow. The neckline and sleeve hem give the swingy dress detail. Great dress for spring!

Such a nice, simple pattern but one you could use over and over again with a multitude of variations. You could add a button placket at the front in a contrasting material. You could make it with short sleeves or with wrist length sleeves and increase the skirt length to midi or even maxi style. Or add some gathers under the bust line for a little more shaping.


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