Wrap dresses are beautiful, flattering, and often a bit difficult to wear. This low-cut version of the classic wrap dress pattern eliminates ribbons and buttons. With a chic, tie-free silhouette and an open hem, this dress is easy to mix and match with belts, corsets, and even cardigans. Bishop sleeves finish the design, and bring forth a touch of the 60s.
The Bishop Wrap dress is best made with light weight viscose jersey in any colour. This dress loves wild prints as much as single toned materials.
The Bishop Wrap Dress Pattern comes in five sizes, from petite 32 to 40. All sizes are included in the download (dl size 1,8Mt). The download includes a pattern sheet and written instructions on how to sew The Bishop Wrap.
You’ll need to have basic knowledge of garment construction and of working with pdf-pattern to easily create this style. Techniques used are beginner-friendly.
- 32: Bust 29.9, waist 23.6, hip 33.8, shoulder width 12.6, length 56.6, sleeve circumference at upper arm 9.4 inches
- 34: Bust 31.4, waist 25.1, hip 35.4, shoulder width 13.3, length 57.4, sleeve circumference at upper arm 10.2 inches
- 36: Bust 33, waist 26.7, hip 37, shoulder width 14.1, length 58.2, sleeve circumference at upper arm 11 inches
- 38: Bust 34.6, waist 28.3, hip 38.5, shoulder width 15, length 59, sleeve circumference at upper arm 11.8 inches
- 40: Bust 36.2, waist 29.1, hip 40.1, shoulder width 15.7, length 58.8, sleeve circumference at upper arm 12.5 inches
Materials and equipment needed
- 60″ wide viscose jersey, two lengths
- serger and sewing machine
- printer, paper, and tape for putting the pattern together
- notions you like to use when sewing