Dress Sewing Patterns · 18 Nov 2019

Lottie from Christine Haynes

The Lottie is back and has 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 all the shops and customers asking me for something beginner-friendly but it quickly became a most worn handmade item in the closet for more experienced sewers too!

The Lottie has three lengths, three sleeve variations, and has the option of patch pockets, a waist-cinching belt, and side seam vents. All these together make for a ton of options, which you can mix and match to suit your style and tastes for handy everyday garments.

The Lottie Dress, Top, & Tunic, all have bust darts, dolman sleeves, and feature a pull-over the head 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 Pattern is available in both 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