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We are very excited to share this video tutorial with you today! While working on the Lliria dress pattern, we thought it would be such a great idea to offer a more visual help for all of you who don’t feel secure enough to try this project. Sometimes, we just need a little bit of extra help to tackle a new challenge.

So get your Lliria dress pattern, your fabric and your sewing machine and enjoy watching our video tutorial!

If you have any question, feel free to ask in the comment section or send us an email at info@paulinealicepatterns.com, we’ll be happy to help. And don’t hesitate to share your Lliria dress with us on social media with the hashtag #LliriaDress.

1 August, 2017 0 comment
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Now it’s the Lliria dress’ turn to shine. For more than a year now I’ve been wanting to add a wrap dress to the Pauline Alice sewing patterns. It’s done now and I have to say I’m so happy as its romantic and nostalgic shape is exactly what I had in mind. The Lliria dress is clearly inspired by the past, by the 40’s fashion to be precise, but it’s still contemporary and perfect for today’s life.

It’s a classic look revisited: a wrap dress but with an asymmetric button closure instead of the usual belt. The gathers and the fitted waistband highlight the figure while being comfortable. We’ve brought a special attention to details for this model: original gathered darts above the bust, a back yoke with soft gathers, curved neckline and waistband, sleeves delicately gathered into a cuff…

Lliria dress – View A

Lliria dress – View B

Lliria also offers two views: view A with ¾ sleeves and a short dress above the knee and view B with short sleeves and a midi length (below the knee).

Topstitching can also be a strong feature on the Lliria dress (along the waistband, the darts, the back yoke, the sleeve cuffs…) and why not add piping to showcase the curved lines?

For the Lliria dress, it’s very important to choose a lightweight and drapy fabric. Opt for cotton lawn, rayon, crepe, linen or silk. You’ll also need some interfacing for the waistband and 10 small buttons of approximately 1,5 cm (5/8”) wide.

Lliria dress – View B

Lliria dress – View B

Lliria dress – View A

Note: for the presentation models, we have selected a rust rayon with small flowers for view A and a pale green crepe cotton for view B.

This light and feminine dress will be your summer staple, perfect for every occasion, from a summer wedding to a simple bucolic afternoon walk!

We’ve worked hard to prepare a video tutorial following all the construction steps of the Lliria dress for next week.

 

You can find the Lliria dress pattern in the shop in both printed and PDF version.

Let me know: which one is your favourite? Lliria, Mirambell or both?

I hope you’ll like the new patterns and that they will join your summer wardrobe very soon. See you next week for the tutorials!

26 July, 2017 4 comments
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For this new pattern collection, I wanted to go back to the beginning. The style of the Pauline Alice patterns has been changing since they first came out, the main reason being that I design patterns according to what I feel like wearing at the moment, but I’d like to think that they have the same references. And for this summer, feminity is back, with the same care about details and designs inspired by the past but still completely actual.

 

I’m very happy to present you the Mirambell Skirt and the Lliria Dress!

The Mirambell Skirt

You´ll find the Mirambell skirt pattern here in both printed and PDF versions.

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The Lliria Dress

You’ll find the Lliria Dress pattern here in both printed and PDF versions.

I will come back to you with more details on both patterns in a short while…

 

 

25 July, 2017 0 comment
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