Katia Misses Top, Skirt & Dress
digital pdf sewing pattern
Katia is a gorgeous and breezy style that can be created as a top, a skirt or a dress! The top features a gorgeous square neckline, adjustable straps and pairs great with the Katia skirt or Iris! The skirt & dress can be sewn as a mini, knee length or maxi length. Katia Maxi has the option for a simple skirt or a *five* tier skirt that graduates in length and width for a really spectacular style! The Katia skirt & dress has an elastic waistband for easy fit and comfortable wear.
The Instant Download PDF Includes:
- Sizes: 00-20 Misses
- 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
Click here to download the free Katia Coloring Page!
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KATIAMISSES TOP, SKIRT AND DRESS
Loveall of your patterns...very grateful for your easy to read instructions, couldnt have achieved it without you!!
This was an amazing, intutive pattern to sew up. It looks stunning on. (Made dress version with tiered maxi skirt). You get a ton of options and it'd look amazing in many different fabrics. I made this one in a cotton shirting, but it'd look amazing in a rayon - I'm planning to make one for "evening" using a different fabric. Amazing (technical) things about the pattern -Instead of making you print out a bunch of rectangles, it gives you the dimensions of the waistband, skirt tiers and straps. Not only does this save paper, it makes the pattern more "portable". I do suggest making your own pattern pieces for these though, rather than drafting on to the fabric, if you're like me and unable to measure out on a straight line. -The pictures of the various steps are great. I'd never sewn anything with sliders before, so having a step-by-step picture helped a lot. -It's easy to shorten the tiers to adjust to your height - I'm quite lucky in that I'm 5ft (and this is drafted for a 5.5ft iirc) so all I had to do was subtract 1" from each tier. That way I could have a skirt with the right proportions - it's the first tiered skirt I've ever made that actually looks right. Other things: -Oh boy does this use a lot of fabric. But honestly, worth it for tiered skirt that has a lot of ompf compared to other patterns. -Do you like gathering? Well, the tiered option is the way to go. Again feature, not a bug. -Instead of finishing off the waistband with fusible tape I stitched in ye olde ditch and because the waistband gathers it didn't look too wonky when I put it on. -If you're making the tiered version, make sure you have a large cutting space. Due to the size of the tiers it's almost impossible to cut on the fold. My only request/critiques (and they are pretty mild) is to seperate the instructions and the PAH version into different PDFs and that the headings aren't in a different font. But those are preferences, rather than problems, so I have no problem giving this pattern 5 stars.
I love this look, I made the maxi, takes a lot of fabric but looks so beautiful when done.
I haven’t had the chance to use it yet. Just ordered it the other day but can’t wait to print it out and start seeing. The ease of ordering and prompt service is fabulous and can’t wait to see more. Thank you for making the experience a good one.
Katja Misses dress
Well, I haven’t even printed the pattern out yet, but I did buy fabric and I’m looking forward to making Katia for my daughter-in-law.
Perfect summer dress
Look forward to making this, esp since I live in Fl! Should be able to wear this year round
Loving the skirt patterns!
Best patterns with wonderful directions!