Vienne Dress

(5 customer reviews)

£9.00£15.00

The Vienne Dress is a loose fitted, tiered dress with lots of swish & it has POCKETS, what moe could you need. A perfect dress for all seasons, layered up with boots or with just sandals in the Summer it will be your go to outfit.

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The Vienne Dress

The Vienne Dress is a loose fitted, tiered dress with lots of swish & it has POCKETS, what moe could you need. A perfect dress for all seasons, layered up with boots or with just sandals in the Summer it will be your go to outfit.

Skills to learn/develop whilst making the Vienne Dress include handling lightweight fabrics, sleeves, darts, bias bound neck, gathering, pockets and hemming

The Vienne Dress designed for a lightweight woven fabric such as Viscose, Chambray, crepe.

Take a look at our own Fabric Pack for the Vienne Dress HERE

IMPORTANT BITS….

Ensure you have taken all your measurements accurately. Check THIS VIDEO to help you

 

Notions: Coordinating thread, 12mm Elastic (waist +5cm & Bicep x2), Button and thin Ribbon scrap (for Loop)

 

Want a pattern made to your measurements? Check out the Size:me’d version of this beautiful dress HERE

Additional information

Pattern Versions

Downloadable A4 & Copyshop Copy, Posted Paper Copy

5 reviews for Vienne Dress

  1. Hazel

    Really easy to follow pattern. The YouTube is incredibly helpful. I bought the pattern, fabric and notions pack. The fabric is beautiful and sews really nicely. The finished dress is fabulous and I will definitely be making another soon.

    • admin

      Thanks for such a lovely review, I’m so pleased you enjoyed making it. It’s one of my favourites too xx

  2. Emily Rought-Brooks

    I really love this dress. I’ve made one and have another piece of fabric earmarked for the next. Instructions are excellent and I really felt I learned some new skills in making it. I also felt it was really well designed for a more middle aged body that has been through the rigours of life, with sleeves of a nice length and a shape that is neither sack like nor skin tight, but flattering.

    • admin

      I’m so pleased you like the shape! There’s so many tent dresses out there but they don’t suit everyone (or anyone!!) so I thought absit what I liked to wear. Looks like to worked 🙂 Dxx

  3. Emily Rought-Brooks

    Really love this dress – the details of a longer sleeve, the elastic to draw the waist in – all make this a thoughtful sew. I learned a lot from this.

    • admin

      Love that you learned some techniques whilst making this Emily..It’s just what I hoped. Thanks for the lovely review Dx

  4. Susan Woodhead

    I bought the pdf version of this pattern and got an A0 print version. I found the combination of video and printed instructions were really useful and even though I’ve been sewing for many years, there were some fantastic tips which I’ll use in my future sewing
    I’ve used a quilt cover to create my dress and I love the comfortable style of the Vienne dress. Although it looks a complicated design, the way you can play and rewind the video helps you build up the confidence to make this dress. It has pockets which all dresses should. I’m planning to create another version as well with different fabric

    • admin

      Absolutely a dress NEEDS pockets 🙂 I’m really glad you founds some tips with this dress and that you enjoyed the video tutorial.
      I can’t wait to see the next one Susan.
      Dxx

  5. Jeannie Reed

    Love this dress. It’s a lovely sew and I learned a couple of new techniques. Donna’s sew along video is fabulous and you can dip in and out for help where you need it. The gently elasticated waist is very flattering as are the elbow length sleeves. I’m looking forward to making more Vienne dresses. Must be a good pattern if you want to make more as soon as you finish the last one

    • admin

      If you could see my smile!!! I’m so happy you love it as much as I do…I have 4 and counting LOL Thank you for the review xx

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