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pattern for pillowcase dresses

Posted by jaynay (smithjenelw@aol.com) on
Thu, Aug 18, 05 at 18:11

COULD SOMEONE PLEASE EMAIL ME THE PATTERN FOR THE PILLOWCASE DRESSES OR PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHERE TO GET ONE I HAVE A DAUGHTER THAT HAS A BIRTHDAY SOON AND WOULD LOVE FOR HER TO WEAR ONE FOR HER PARTY
THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS
JENE' SMITH


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Hi Jene'! If you will go to the bottom of this page there is a lil search box. Type in pillowcase dress & you will find quite a few threads on the subject. If you can't find the one with directions I have an alternative site you can look at.

http://www.andersonsplace.net/sewing/pillow_case_dress.htm

Dee (who has made a dozen & needs to make more)


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I would like to have the pattern for the peasant style dress if anyone has the pattern for that. I love these dresses and people laugh at me b/c that's all I put on my baby.


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Hi Jaynay and all!

By now you have probably found a pattern, but if someone is still looking, there is a great template pattern and full directions for pillowcase dresses in the 2001 Spring Issue of Martha Stewart Baby the Special Issue. I found mine on eBay. If you can't find magazine I think it would be ok, for me to send a copy from my magazine. I had originally a couple of years ago found a vintage pillowcase dress in an antique shop. Had never seen them before and thought it soooo cute I bought the thing (paid a fortune for it), so I could use it for a pattern. Then I saw in an online search that Martha had an article on it in her magazine. She also was on the Oprah show. My dresses are much nicer now because of that pattern. For those who like the peasant style pillowcase dresses I bought a pattern for peasant style dresses and just used the top of the pattern on the pillowcase. Worked great! I also make the T-shirt pillowcase dresses. If I can help anyone let me know.


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For those who would still like the pillowcase dress pattern and instructions for free, email me (click My Page for email address. I'll email to you asap!


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Mima,
I just sent you an email.......THANX


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Please send me the pattern. I have been looking for a pattern for months. Thanks


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send me your email address and i will forward it
thanks jene'


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The following is the pillowcase pattern from jene':

Pillowcase Dress Instructions

1. Take selvedge edges and make a center back seam.
2. Then fold the sides together and fold down a one inch casing and pin. Use armhole pattern to cut armholes. Undo casing.
3. Use Bias Tape on arm holes, clip curves before completing final step with bias tape.
4. Fold down casing 1" and stitch.
5. Hem bottom, some of them I put "dingle balls" on.
6. Run Ribbon 30-36 inches (Xs 2) through each casing. Treat with fray check.

I use between 27" and 30" for a size 4-7. I used a full yard on a size 8 for a child like me with very long legs.

Susan Howell Hogan


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Hi, I am pretty new at sewing and I would love to start making pillowcase dresses for my daughter. I would love a pattern if anyone has one and I would like to know how someone makes the pillowcase dresses with a tshirt for the top half. It seems like the possibilites are endless. I am really excited to get started. Thanks.


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I have just finished my first pillowcase dress and I am hooked!! I just have a small issue with the armholes. I am having trouble sewing them smooth. Maybe I cut it too curved or something...Does anyone have any suggestions or ideas? Thanks for the help.


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Click this link which will take you to a sewing site that has the instructions and the pattern printouts for the pillowcase dress. There is a pdf file to download right from site, the pattern for the armhole cut out is in two sizes, one for little tots and one for a little older girls, and then you just cut it out and your ready to sew. You'll also be able to print out the pictured instructions too. This is the perfect pattern and instructions to help you make a perfect dress everytime!

Here is a link that might be useful: Pillowcase Dress Pattern and Instructions How To


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Onsie T-Shirt Pillowcase Dress

To make the onesie t-shirt dress click this link. This will give you a forum that has a link to pictured instructions on the how to for this style of pillowcase dress.

Here is a link that might be useful: Onsie - T- Shirt Pillowcase Dress How To


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Sldanby,

These are my original instructions that were up several post. If you'll email me I'll email you a picture that's the armhole template. Are you cutting the bias tape and armhole in the curved area? I don't have a problem with them not laying flat.
Susan


Pillowcase Dress Instructions

1. Take selvedge edges and make a center back seam.
2. Then fold the sides together and fold down a one inch casing and pin. Use armhole pattern to cut armholes. Undo casing.
3. Use Bias Tape on arm holes, clip curves before completing final step with bias tape.
4. Fold down casing 1" and stitch.
5. Hem bottom, some of them I put "dingle balls" on.
6. Run Ribbon 30-36 inches (Xs 2) through each casing. Treat with fray check.

I use between 27" and 30" for a size 4-7. I used a full yard on a size 8 for a child like me with very long legs.

Susan Howell Hogan


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I would love to have the pattern emailed to me! I have 4 girls 10 and under that would love to have a couple of these dresses. I am fairly new at this.......How do you make the matching pants? Do you have a pattern for those also?

Thank you all for this post! I looked all over the internet for a pattern after seeing these!

Pamela


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Pamela,
Your email address doesn't come up on your page. If you'll click where this says "loganhogan" it will take you to a link where you can send me an email. I'll email you the armhole pattern.
About the pants. They are made from a basic pants pattern. The frog pants were cut shorter to allow 3 inches for the ruffle. I use an old singer machine with a ruffle attachement to do them.
The firetruck ones are pantaloons. Again, basic pants pattern. I sew the 2 fronts together and the 2 backs together. The I sew the side seam on both sides. This leaves the inseam (crotch) open. This is right the oppisite of the way the pattern directions tell you. Then I turn under about 1/4 th inch and hem. Next I use a hem gage to place pins 2 inches from my hemed edge on the inside (wrongside of fabric). I put the machine on zig zag and I use a narrow piece of elastic. I start with the elastic flat and I stitch a few stitches and back stitch. After I've sewn 1/2 inch or so I pull the elastic real taugt and hold it as close to my pins as possible. I use the zig zag to attach the elastic because this gives it a little "give". After you sew both legs with the elastic you sew your crotch( inseam) and you're done. (I use this same principal doing the ruffle pants.) Usually I use a little bow on the side seam to dress it up.
Good Luck,
Susan


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Help, I am having trouble with the armhole bias being to thick when I fold it over to make casing. My machine does not make a smooth stitch over it.I might be doing the bias or armhole finish wrong. Please help. Thanks


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Are you using the 1/4 inch wide bias tape? I've not had any problems, but I do my straight stitching on an old singer machine. You might want to start the casing stitch in a little further and see if that makes a difference. You could then pivot and go back and sew out to the end, pivot again and finish the casing.
Good Luck,
Susan


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hi! i'm looking for the pillowcase dress pattern as well as the pantaloon patterns! i'm kind of a novice dressmaker, is this really hard to do? i'd love to be able to make a few lil outfits for my daughter for valentines, easter and st pats! she's wearing about a size 5/6 right now for length, but she's like a lil twig and her body is really about a 4t....i'm a lil worried that the 4t pattern will be too short.


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One of my post back in August gives some pretty good guidelines for the pants/pantaloons. Both pants in the outfits in my pictures were made with a basic pants pattern. With your concern with your daughter's pants. You could use a size 4 pattern for the width, use the 6 for the guide to mark your crotch, and inseam. I've done this several times for skinny kids.
If you'll email me, I'll send you the armhole template.
Susan


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Anyone have a pattern/Instructions for a pillowcase dress? These postings are pretty old, but I just started sewing several mths ago and would love to make these for my toddler,so hopefully someone out there will see this!:)
Thanks so much!!
Suelena


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Suelena,
The posting may be old, but I'm still an active member of the forum. Email me and I'll email the template. The directions are in this post.
Susan


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Hi, could someone please send me the pattern for a pillowcase dress? I have tried to figure out the pattern on my own with no luck. Thanks!! Krys


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Your email address doesn't come up on your my page. You'll have to email me for me to send it to you. Click the link on my "my page"
Susan


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I need the pattern for pillowcase dress. Fabric amount to buy and armhole patterns


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For those of you who want the directions and armhole template please send me an email through the garden web. I can send an attachment through their email system.
Susan


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I meant to say above I cannot send an attachment through their system.
Susan


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Could someone please send me the pattern for a pillowcase dress and the template for the arm holes. Please include any instructions that I would need to begin sewing. THANKS!! tidwell1213@yahoo.com


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I would absolutely LOVE to learn how to make pillowcase dresses for my daughter! If someone could send me the pattern I would really appreciate it! uhlisha76@yahoo.com


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I'm asking you to email me because I don't check this forum daily, but I do check email daily.

For those of you who want the directions and armhole template please send me an email through the garden web. I can send an attachment through their email system.
Susan


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Hi, I am very very new to this site. As a matter of fact I signed up today. This website is a free site correct? Just want to make sure. I am interested in using an old pillow case from my husbands Great grand mother and making a pillow case dress. I am new to sewing also. If the patterns are free, Can someone please email me the pillow case dress pattern and any templates I may need and directions. Please use PILLOW CASE as the subject line in the email. my email address is bleweyes_00@yahoo.com.
Thanking you in advance. Look foward to hearing from you.


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WOW what a great site! I was just wondering if you could use pillowcases for babies? If not then what do you suggest. And could I have the pattern as well. Thanks!


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I'm asking you to email me because I don't check this forum daily, but I do check email daily.
For those of you who want the directions and armhole template please send me an email through the garden web. I can't send an attachment through their email system.
Susan


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I NEED HELP!!!! I need the pattern or template for the armholes. I tried using one... but it came out too small!!! I need help ... please if anyone can let me know. blessedndeed@comcast.net is my email address ... thank you thank you thank you!!!!!
Krista


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Instructions emailed to Krista.

Please PM me if you need the instructions. I do not check this forum daily.
Susan


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I am new to this site and would also like the pattern/arm hole templates for the pillow case dress. I am not sure how to PM yet. Please let me know what else I need to do to receive the info. Thanks so much. Sandra


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I'm asking you to email me because I don't check this forum daily, but I do check email daily.
For those of you who want the directions and armhole template please send me an email through the garden web. I can't send an attachment through their email system.

You click where it says MY PAGE and it will allow you to send an email to the person who wrote the post.
Susan


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Thank you for the pillow case dress pattern. I have started to make one and have had trouble getting the bias to lay smoohtly when sewn. Actually the bias is smooth inside the arm hole, but i have a rippling effect on the outside of the dress at the armhole. I have tried stretching the bias just a bit and also tried again, not stretching it all. The second attempt (not stretching) is definitely better, but I do not care for the way it looks. Any thoughts on what I am doing wrong or how to correct this. I have neve worked with bias before. Thanks in advance for any help offered.


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I emailed Mimi this response, but I thought it might be helpful to someone else.

It sounds like you didn't clip your seam in the curve of the armhole. Most anything that you sew with a curve you have to clip your seam allowance towards your stitch line so the fabric will give. For example if you're doing an aline dress you have to clip the curve, a sleeve on a shirt, etc.. You might can do a google search on bias tape application that would be helpful. It would show pictures, probably. If these directions don't make sense take your dress and bias tape to a fabric store and ask them to show you how to apply.

1. What I do is lay the single fold bias tape right side to the fabric right side.
2. You have a stitching "guide" in the mark where the edge was folded in. Sew that to the armhole. Clip through the dress fabric and the bias tape from the edge to the stitch line. Be careful not to cut your stitches. Do this every 1/2 inch or so all the way around the armhole.
3. Turn the dress so that you have the right side of the fabric facing you on the left and the bias tape is to the right. Sew very close to the left edge of the bias tape. This will make those clipped edges "lay down" on the underside.
4. Turn the dress so the right side of the fabric is face down. Turn the bias tape to the inside of the dress. You will sew on the left hand side of the bias tape. This will complete the armhole and it shouldn't have puckers on the right side of the dress.
Hope this helps,
Susan


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Do you use a standard size pillowcase even for a 18 month old or is it too full?

Leah


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A standard pillowcase is only 38-40 inches wide. Yes, I use the full pillowcase. YOu can't use a true pillowcase on a child much older than 3 because of the narrow case.
Susan


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I feel silly asking this because it looks like everyone is experienced at sewing and I am not. How he heck do I get this bias tape on? Are you supposed to see it/not see it in the finished product? Do I unfold it? I need some pretty specific instructions (Is there a picture somewhere) because I am lost:( PLEASE HELP:)


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I think you can do a google search and find instructions on the bias tape. Some people prefer it so that it is seen, but I think it looks "cleaner" on the inside of the armhole.
Susan


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Ok....I hope this isnt a stupid question, but do you really use pillowcases for the dresses or do you just use fabric? Id like to make one for Thanksgiving for my little girl with turkeys on it, but Im not sure where to get started. Ive already emailed asking for a pattern, but Im just trying to get started. Thanks sooo much!!


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For a small child you can use a pillowcase, but in the long run it is cheaper to use fabric.
Susan


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Because I haven't gotten multiple emails lately about the pantaloons pattern I am reposting the directions on how I used a basic pants pattern (simplicity or mccalls) and converted.
Susan

About the pants. They are made from a basic pants pattern. The frog pants were cut shorter to allow 3 inches for the ruffle. I use an old singer machine with a ruffle attachement to do them.
The firetruck ones are pantaloons. Again, basic pants pattern. I sew the 2 fronts together and the 2 backs together. The I sew the side seam on both sides. This leaves the inseam (crotch) open. This is right the oppisite of the way the pattern directions tell you. Then I turn under about 1/4 th inch and hem. Next I use a hem gage to place pins 2 inches from my hemed edge on the inside (wrongside of fabric). I put the machine on zig zag and I use a narrow piece of elastic. I start with the elastic flat and I stitch a few stitches and back stitch. After I've sewn 1/2 inch or so I pull the elastic real taugt and hold it as close to my pins as possible. I use the zig zag to attach the elastic because this gives it a little "give". After you sew both legs with the elastic you sew your crotch( inseam) and you're done. (I use this same principal doing the ruffle pants.) Usually I use a little bow on the side seam to dress it up.


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I have a question about the pattern. How do I know how wide to make the dress? I saw somewhere to use an actual pillowcase as a pattern. I think that will work fine for my 6-year-old, but I wil be having another daughter in May and I would like to make some in baby sizes too. I think the pillowcase would be way too huge on her.


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I use 45 inch width fabric which isn't always 45 anymore up to a chest measurement of 26. Larger than 26 I go up to 54 inches of width.

A pillow case is only 40 inches wide, so I don't think it would work for the 6 yr old, unless she's really thin. Most people who are using an actual pillowcase are making the dresses in 12 months to 3t size.
Susan


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Yeah, she's extremely thin. About 37 pounds.


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Because I have received multiple emails lately about the pantaloons pattern I am reposting the directions on how I used a basic pants pattern (simplicity or mccalls) and converted. I do not have a pantaloon pattern to share.
Susan

About the pants. They are made from a basic pants pattern. The frog pants were cut shorter to allow 3 inches for the ruffle. I use an old singer machine with a ruffle attachement to do them.
The firetruck ones are pantaloons. Again, basic pants pattern. I sew the 2 fronts together and the 2 backs together. The I sew the side seam on both sides. This leaves the inseam (crotch) open. This is right the oppisite of the way the pattern directions tell you. Then I turn under about 1/4 th inch and hem. Next I use a hem gage to place pins 2 inches from my hemed edge on the inside (wrongside of fabric). I put the machine on zig zag and I use a narrow piece of elastic. I start with the elastic flat and I stitch a few stitches and back stitch. After I've sewn 1/2 inch or so I pull the elastic real taugt and hold it as close to my pins as possible. I use the zig zag to attach the elastic because this gives it a little "give". After you sew both legs with the elastic you sew your crotch( inseam) and you're done. (I use this same principal doing the ruffle pants.) Usually I use a little bow on the side seam to dress it up.


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I am so anxious to make a pillowcase dress for my daughter! Could someone email me the pattern that can be used for a child 12 mos.- 2T. Thank you so much!

brittany_anne_Smith@yahoo.com


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I need measurements for the different sizes on the pillowcases dresses such as for 6 months , 12 months, 18months and size 2. I am so anxious to sew for my granddaughter and her friends. Thanks


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I make them custom per child. Each parent has their own idea of how long them want them, i.e knee length, mid shin or ankle.
Susan


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I need measurements for the different sizes on the pillowcases dresses such as for 6 months , 12 months, 18months ,24 months and 2T. I am so anxious to start sewing these dresses fo my kids. THANK YOU


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i need help with sizes for the dresss what size for the differant ages and how mach fabric i need someone please help


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I make them custom per child. Each parent has their own idea of how long them want them, i.e knee length, mid shin or ankle.
If you are making a dress 25 inches long you'll need 28 inches of fabric, you need 3 inches more than the finished length you're trying to achieve. If you are doing the dresses for a craft show make them ranging from 20 inches to 28 and you're going to cover about 18 months up to a slim size 7. Have a tape measure with you and measure the child on the spot if there is a question about fit.
Susan


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Does anybody have a pattern for one of these for women's sizes? Of course not necessarily for a dress. It would be more like a top. Thanks.


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(Lorac727@sbcglobal.net)
I'm looking for a pattern for a pillowcase dress. I hope someone can help me. Thank you.


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I am looking for a pillowcase tunic/shirt pattern or template in women's sizes. I have made many pillowcase dresses for my children but am having trouble with the fit for an adult. Can anyone help? Thank you.


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Just a reminder if you send a request to me for the pillowcase dress I can't send you a pattern for the pants.

Because I have received multiple emails lately about the pantaloons pattern I am reposting the directions on how I used a basic pants pattern (simplicity or mccalls) and converted. I do not have a pantaloon pattern to share.


About the pants. They are made from a basic pants pattern. The frog pants were cut shorter to allow 3 inches for the ruffle. I use an old singer machine with a ruffle attachement to do them.
The firetruck ones are pantaloons. Again, basic pants pattern. I sew the 2 fronts together and the 2 backs together. The I sew the side seam on both sides. This leaves the inseam (crotch) open. This is right the oppisite of the way the pattern directions tell you. Then I turn under about 1/4 th inch and hem. Next I use a hem gage to place pins 2 inches from my hemed edge on the inside (wrongside of fabric). I put the machine on zig zag and I use a narrow piece of elastic. I start with the elastic flat and I stitch a few stitches and back stitch. After I've sewn 1/2 inch or so I pull the elastic real taugt and hold it as close to my pins as possible. I use the zig zag to attach the elastic because this gives it a little "give". After you sew both legs with the elastic you sew your crotch( inseam) and you're done. (I use this same principal doing the ruffle pants.) Usually I use a little bow on the side seam to dress it up.

Susan


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Can somebody please send me a pattern for a pillowcase dress. I really want to start making my own, instead of buying them. She wears a 12month-18month. Thanks..I really appreciate it!

Tara


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Can't believe this post has been ressurected once again.

If you google pillowcase dresses,you'll get all kinds of links and sizes that you can then download.HTH
Kathi


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Size 3T pattern please


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Could you give me the arm hole measurements for all size.For the pillowcase dresses.Thanks so much for your time.


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I need a pattern or instructions for pillowcase dresses for an adult or older child. I will be making sizes 10 and 16. They were a special request for Easter dresses this year. If anyone has any, please email them to me. I would appreciate it!


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Would someone please email me the pillowcase dress pattern. My grand daughter's third birthday is soon. Also is their a panties or shorts pattern to match the dress? Thanks

Here is a link that might be useful: That Home Site!


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Could you email me all the armhole sizes for all ages.Thank you so much.


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Would someone please email me the pillowcase dress pattern.I want to make one for my 3 month old grand daughter.


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Simplicity Pillow Dress Pattern- see link below

Here is a link that might be useful: Simplicity pillow dress pattern


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could this fit a 18 month old


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I wouls love to have the pattern for this pillow case dress. I have a 3T and a size 7.


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Hello, I am looking for pillowcase dress patterns & I was told that I could find them here. Thanks so much for the help!!!
KB


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I have been making these little dresses from regular 45" cotton fabric. There are several ways to accomplish the task and IMO is a matter of preference. All you need to do is google "pillow Case Dress" and you should be directed to several different sites/videos. I prefer elastic through the neck area just in case. If the tie is tied tightly it could present a hazard...not that many items of childrens clothing could not present a hazard on a very active child. Here is one site to check out in the meantime, but I urge you to have a look at a few methods (tutorials) before you start to sew. Have fun!

Here is a link that might be useful: 402 Center Street Designs


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Can someone please email me the armhole templates for the p/c dress?


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Tammy, here is a link to p.c. dress armhole template.

Here is a link that might be useful: nancys notions


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I need a pattern for the pillowcase dress in a 12 months


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Can someone please email me the armhole templates for the p/c dress?
thanks


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Can you make these for a childs size 12 is there a way to still use the vintage pillowcase possibly for the front? Please send the pattern thanks so much.


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Could you please send me the pattern for the pillow case dress. I have a 2 and 4 yr old i will make the dresses for. Thanks so much.


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