Make a gorgeous Indigo dress or top by Tilly and the Buttons using Atelier Brunette Granito fabric in Midnight. This kit includes all you need to make a dress or top. There is a video sew-along to accompany this kit on my YouTube Channel, Flying Bobbins Tutorials.
The Indigo dress/top is suitable for confident beginners and is by award winning independent pattern company Tilly and the Buttons. The pattern is really clear and easy to follow and includes a full colour booklet taking you through each step.
I love this dress/top because it's so easy to wear. You can dress it up or down depending on your mood. As it's a smock style, it's great for Christmas Day as the waistline is nice and loose (More pudding please!!). You can choose to make with a bracelet sleeve or a frill sleeve and you can add a frill seam detail if you like too. This style does not require a zip and even has pockets!! So much to love.
Atelier Brunette viscose fabrics are super soft and drape beautifully, they are perfect for this soft, flowing style of dress/top. Atelier Brunette fabrics are designed in Paris and made in India. I absolutely love sewing with them as the outcome is always really impressive. You get your very own 'designer' dress!
SKILLS LEARNED DURING THIS MAKE;
Cutting out your fabric
Creating a neckline facing
Setting in a sleeve
Creating a curved hem
INCLUDED IN YOUR KIT:
A Tilly and the Buttons Indigo paper sewing pattern.
A length of 100% viscose challis fabric by Atelier Brunette:
Dress size 1-4 (UK 6-12) 2m
Dress size 5-10 (UK 14 - 24) 2.5m
Top size 1-4 (UK 6-12) 1.7m
Top size 5-10 (UK 14 - 24) 2.3m
A piece of Vlieseline medium soft fusible interfacing for the neckline facing and pockets.
A reel of Coats Moon thread 1000 yards in a co-ordinating colour.
Want to add more fabric so that you can increase the length of your dress or make accessories to go with it? You can buy extra fabric here. Your fabric will be cut as one continuous length. atelier-brunette-granito-night-fabric-18-per-metre
Please always wash your fabric first before cutting.
This colour described as 'Night' by Atelier Brunette. I'd describe it as an almost black navy. It looks black until you hold it next to something black, then it looks like the darkest blue you can imagine. If in doubt, then please request a swatch.