Turner Dress

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Turner Dress

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 Elegance meets comfort with the Turner Dress! This everyday favorite features a softly flared skirt and a feminine lined v-neck bodice. There are three sleeve lengths - short, three-quarter and long - and whether you make it in cozy merino jersey or lightweight rayon jersey, this pattern will carry you through every season with style! 

You'll receive a printed copy of the pattern, containing all sizes.  (For the PDF pattern version, click here)

SEWING LEVEL: Beginner.

SIZING: 12 to 28, in three cup sizes (C/D, E/F, G/H).

RECOMMENDED FABRIC: 

Main: Knit fabric such as rayon jersey, cotton jersey or ITY, with at least 50% crosswise stretch.

Lining: Use main fabric, or a similar or lighter weight knit. 

NOTIONS: Ballpoint needle, 1.5 yards (1.4 meters) clear ¼" (6mm) elastic, twin needle (optional).  

FABRIC REQUIREMENTS & MEASUREMENTS: Click on the photos on the left to view.  

 

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Customer Reviews

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T.L.
Very easy to make & fit

I was skeptical that the different bodice cup sizes would actually fit me...I did do a mock up of just the bodice and WOW! I have been re-schoooled.
I changed the sleeve into a split sleeve, and while it looked great on my sewing table it didnt look that geat on my arm, revamp...later. I also lined the the skirt so I wouldn't have to wear a slip and for added smoothness.
The dress is beautiful and I did wear it to my son's graduation and received many compliments on it.
Now I will have to buy more patterns...I have two in mind, the Harrison Shirtdress and the Lenox Shirtdress.
I, at times hide my figure but the Harrison is a cute dress that will help me break away from my frumpy wardrobe. Plus, I have received lots of compliments on some of the new items i have recently sewn for myself.
Sew, thanks for the beautiful patterns
which in turn inspire me to use beautiful fabrics to show up my sexy beautiful self!

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J.
Versatile and easy!

I've made two so far. The first, I unintentionally made as sleeveless (I'd cut out the sleeves, but was apparently dreaming of summer when I sewed it up). That has a double layer bodice from soft stretch knit, with a heavy linen skirt (cut on bias to accommodate the stretch). I made a wide tie from the same linen and it's now a fun dress for work during summer. Sleeveless loots good with this dress. And it was no worries about the missing sleeves because it was so quick and easy that I had time the next weekend to make another for the intended purpose - a trip to Boston for a niece's graduation. For that, I made the the bodice from a stretch lace, lined only in the trunk, not sleeves. I paired it with a dark, solid double knit for the skirt. It was the perfect outfit, as it traveled nicely, looked appropriate for the occasion, and was super comfortable. I also REALLY like pairing this skirt with the Upton top, which is also a huge favorite of mine!

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h.d.
Personal Help

I struggled a bit on my first draft of this dress, but Carrie helped me with my fit issues. I have never had a designer reach out and help me after the sale of a pattern. How cool is that?

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L.D.K.
5/5

I made a beautiful dress and it was easy to sew.❤.

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A.
Practically perfect in every way

This is a great dress. It’s a great cut. It required very little adjustment for fit. The instructions were clear and easy to follow. I love it and plan on making many more.