Free Women's Lounge Dress Pattern

By: Bonnie Wiscombe from

"This easy knit lounge dress pattern will have you sleeping and hanging out in comfort and style! Wear it alone around the house or dress it up with a belt and fun shoes. The Mara Lounge dress is made of a jersey blend or any other comfortable knit with a good drape.

You can choose to make the basic silhouette with drop shoulders or add the optional snap placket to make it nursing friendly. Full PDF pattern includes everything you need to know to print and assemble the pattern, as well as full-color step-by-step photo instructions. One size fits most."

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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Materials List

  • 3 yards knit jersey
  • coordinating thread
  • stay tape (or knit stay tape)
  • *optional* 3-4 snaps

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It's always nice to find a dress pattern that can adapt itself and flatter many figure types. If you like jersey fabric, this pattern allows for a graceful drape that would look quite different with a woven fabric. Another option instead of snaps would be to use some fancy buttons for a bit of a flair and a different look, you could even line that area with contrasting fabric or twill tape. Thanks for sharing!


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