Dress Sewing Patterns · 18 Nov 2019

Lottie from Christine Haynes

The Lottie has been re-launched and gone through quite a few changes
to make it more practical for everyday!

The Lottie Pattern is an ideal quick sew for an experienced sewer, or a perfect project for a new sewer! It was originally designed by Christine Haynes back in 2016 as an answer to customers asking her for something beginner-friendly. But it’s also become a most-worn item in the closet for more experienced sewers too!

The Lottie has three lengths and sleeve variations. There is the the option of patch pockets, a waist-cinching belt, and side seam vents. All these together make for a ton of options! These can be mixed and matched to suit your style and tastes for handy everyday garments.

The dress, top, and tunic have bust darts, dolman sleeves, as well as a neckline that’s finished with a facing. Top length View A has long sleeves, side seam vents, and hits just above the hip. Tunic length View B has 3/4-length sleeves, patch pockets, and lands mid-thigh. Dress length View C has short sleeves, patch pockets, a waist-cinching belt, side seam vents, and a mid-calf length. The Lottie sewing pattern is available in digital and print formats, and comes in a good ranges of sizes 0-30.

To download the digital version for $18 from Christine Haynes and find out more – click here

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