The Red Velvet Knit Dress features a faced circular neckline with optional petal collar and pleated underbust seam. Choose the origami-style scissor pleated skirt, or reverse it for a flat boxy-pleat effect. A cleverly concealed ticket pocket holds a few coins, cards, or lipstick.
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Paper Cake Patterns are printed on translucent paper that’s a little heftier than printer paper. It’s tough and durable, easy to read and re-fold. Use tracing paper to trace custom fit patterns or cut the pattern paper, as you choose. Pattern comes neatly tucked in a sturdy envelope with fully illustrated instructions.
Cake.pdf patterns are calibrated and tested to print on both A4 and US Letter printers. Pattern includes envelope front and back, illustrated instructions, tiling guide and pattern. Skirts: 45 pages total, including 36 pages of tiled pattern. Tops: 37 pages total, including 28 pages of tiled pattern.
1- The first graphic in step 2 is shaded incorrectly. The side of piece D that’s visible should be light gray (right side), and piece C should be dark gray (interfacing).
2- In step 5, the last sentence “Remove bust pleat basting” should be removed.
3- In step 7, the first paragraph should have a finish symbol, not a lightning bolt stitch.