Sew Liberated - Stasia Dress & Tee
Sew Liberated - Stasia Dress & Tee
Sew Liberated - Stasia Dress & Tee
Sew Liberated - Stasia Dress & Tee
Sew Liberated - Stasia Dress & Tee
Sew Liberated - Stasia Dress & Tee
Sew Liberated - Stasia Dress & Tee

Sew Liberated - Stasia Dress & Tee

$30.50

5 left in stock

A knit dress that feels like wearing secret pajamas. Optional pockets. Multiple sleeve and length options. A close-fitting tee perfect for layering. A pattern-hacker's canvas. Tons of tips for sewing with knits. And a lot of love - wrapped up into one amazing pattern! Get your sewing machine humming, and find let your inner beauty shine through to the outside with the Stasia Dress.

The Stasia's secret is a v-front bodice, which provides plenty of room below for beautiful bellies. Wearing your Stasia Dress, your belly and hips will be free to hike, dance, and do all sorts of wonderful activities while still feeling like a you’re wearing your pajamas.

Difficulty: Beginner

Suggested Fabric: All yardage based on 58” wide knit fabric.  Fabric needs at least 40% stretch and quick recovery.  For a flowy, soft dress or shirt, choose a fabric with rayon or bamboo content, in addition to spandex.  For a more structured dress (and if you choose to add pockets) look for a mid-to-heavy weight fabric with at least 40% stretch and good recovery such as French terry, cotton jersey or ponte.

Notions: Matching thread, stretch needle, optional: clear elastic

Size: 0-24

Get inspired and share your makes with fellow sewists:  #RICKRACKmakes #SewLiberated #StasiaDress

 

Sew Liberated began in a drafty adobe house on a street without a name in rural northern Mexico. The year was 2006, and Meg McElwee was working as a Montessori teacher in a one-room schoolhouse. With no internet, television, or phone line, Meg spent much of her time honing her sewing and pattern drafting skills. Eventually, she started a blog and began selling patterns based on her designs. Sew Liberated was one of the first indie pattern companies to emerge from the crafting renaissance, and hopes to remain a small, friendly, and fashion-forward presence in the indie designer community. Over the years, Sew Liberated has evolved to focus on slow fashion, sustainable practices, and mentoring women to look at their sewing as a practice of self-care. We truly believe that the act of making one’s own clothes is a transformative act both personally and on a global scale, as long it is done through the lens of sustainable fashion.

Please note that our online shop currently only sells fabric, elastic, and other products that are cut to measure in full metres. Its a Shopify thing and as soon as we find an awesome workaround you can count on us to make that magic happen. 

Buying fabric? Measure twice so that we can cut once! Review your pattern. Check the unit of measure (we go by meters). Add a bit of length to factor in shrinkage during prewashing. 

Buying patterns? Pattern size ranges can vary depending on the pattern, designer, and style. Review the pattern closely before purchase and check your own measurements against the pattern specifications.

Picking colours? RICK RACK does our best to accurately represent all products and colours but colours may appear different between device screens. 

Pro Tips for Cool Cats

Please note that our online shop currently only sells fabric, elastic, and other products that are cut to measure in full metres. Its a Shopify thing and as soon as we find an awesome workaround you can count on us to make that magic happen. 

Buying fabric? Measure twice so that we can cut once! Review your pattern. Check the unit of measure (we go by meters). Add a bit of length to factor in shrinkage during prewashing. 

Buying patterns? Pattern size ranges can vary depending on the pattern, designer, and style. Review the pattern closely before purchase and check your own measurements against the pattern specifications.

Picking colours? RICK RACK does our best to accurately represent all products and colours but colours may appear different between device screens.