Casual DIY Summer Shift Dress

Casual Diy Summer Shift Dress

We’ve already told you of cool summer dresses that you can easily make yourself, and here’s one more idea to wear in hot summers. The supplies are a basic tee, 1 1/2 yards of knit fabric, pattern/tracing paper, matching thread and double needle. Create patterns with tracing paper, add extra inches to the sides and length of the top. Labels the patterns, stitch the top seams, pin and attach the sleeves and sides together. Measure the front and back of the neckline, cut the band shorter than you measurements, fold in half length-wise and iron. Pin to neckline, hem sleeves and bottom. Attach the neckline and fold the sleeve hem. Enjoy!

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