Shiloh Baby + Girls Bundle

digital pdf sewing pattern

$16.90 $14.90

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Bundle Shiloh in Baby & Girls sizes for extra savings!!  

Shiloh is a woven top or dress with a bib style front bodice and two back bodice options including: an elastic back closure with criss-cross straps that button at the side seam. The straps can also be sewn with optional full or partial flutters. A button back option is also included providing more coverage and ties at the neck.

The Shiloh skirt can be sewn with a gathered traditional skirt or a super full gathered circle skirt.  Regardless of the style you create - this pattern will quickly become a summer staple.

The Instant Download PDF Includes:

  • Sizes: 0-3, 3-6, 6-12, 12-18, 18-24 months & 2T - 10 years
  • Size Chart, Fabric Requirements, Fabric Recommendations, Notions, and Sewing Tips
  • Full tutorial and step-by-step instructions, including over 40 color photos to clarify each step for beginners
  • Includes (2) Downloadable Files:
    • US Letter (A4 compatible): Print from home with regular computer paper, tape together, and then cut pattern pieces
    • A0 Copy Shop (Projector compatible): Send off to print large scale or use with your at home projector
    • rint on regular computer paper and cut pattern pieces

    Click here to download the free Shiloh Coloring Page!


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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Mary V.
Beautiful Dress with Impeccable Instructions

As always the instructions are easy to follow with great images just in case. The dress was simple to make and looks beautiful

Emily M.
The pdf arrangement could use a lot less paper

The arrangement of the pieces is amazingly wasteful. Moving the pieces around could decrease the of pages printed. The instructions are very long, pattern is complicated, I’m going to look for some ways to simplify it, I like the design but the dress takes too long to make.

Michelle R.
Love this dress

So cute. I have made 3 versions and many more in future
I did have a time with the button hole and my machine getting caught on the waistband. I won’t do. That again. I would do a lot more of the patterns came as A0 files with layers.

Elizabeth E.
Complicated - But Doable!

I’m a fairly novice sewist who is mostly used to making masks - this was my first VFT pattern. The directions were clear enough that the dress I made for my daughter turned out great. I learned some new techniques, got lots of practice with stuff I was a bit rusty at, and best of all I made something lovely. VFT patterns are fantastic, and I immediately bought and made more after finishing Shiloh. Highly recommend!

Laura I.
Shiloh dress pattern

Love this pattern. So adorable. I'm making different ones for 2 different families. The only thing is the pattern instructions were a little hard to see when I printed the instructions and wound up viewing parts on my computer, mainly for the first one, until I understood what was what.