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Mina wrap dress sewing pattern

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My best-selling dress from the S/S20 collection is now available as a sewing pattern.

The Mina wrap dress is a simple and classic dress. A comfortable wardrobe staple that can be worn casually with flats, or dressed up just as easily. Mina features gathered bishop sleeves and a dropped shoulder. The bodice closes with a wrap tie front that can be tied three different ways. The skirt is flared and has hidden side seam pockets. The tie belt makes the waist adjustable.

Size range: European sizes 34-46.

Sewing difficulty: Advanced beginners. You need to be able to make your own bias tape and sew bias bindings. The pockets are optional. Because of the relaxed style of this dress, it's forgiving and beginner friendly.

Fabric suggestions: Woven drapey fabrics such as rayon, viscose, tencel, silk, wool. Cotton, cotton voile and linen works great too.

Fabric usage: 3.5 meter (size 34) to 4 meters (size 46).

Browse the sewing pattern customer gallery here. 

The digital sewing pattern comes as A4 print-at-home files and A0-copy shop files with English sewing instructions. It will be available immediately after your purchase, as a download link in your order confirmation.

Pattern testers feedback:
Fiona: "I am already planning one in every color as it is such a beautiful, feminine wearable design"

Anna: "I absolutely loved sewing it. I often find wrap necklines are loose on me and don’t lie flat. Not here, the neckline is so snug and just the right depth too. Wow, you really nailed it!"

Aria: "Your instructions were very clear and straight forward and I found it to be a very quick and satisfying project"

Katie: "You have a great talent for whimsical design, thank you for sharing your creation with me"

Dhriti: "I love the fit of the dress. I made the smallest size and it fits me like a glove. The wrap overlaps perfectly so that there aren’t any chances of accident both at the top and the bottom"