Do you like to wear dresses in winter? The Nora dress is just right for this, unlined it looks vintage with thick tights and boots with a fur vest or a thick cardigan. You can also wear Nora in summer, no lining sticking to the body and stylishly combined with flat sandals, also a perfect piece for warmer days. Another plus point is the level of difficulty, as it is also ideal for beginners .
Cut out the pattern pieces according to the cutting plan, neaten and iron all seam allowances with an Overlook machine. Parts fixed with inserts are first cut in a rough cut, then fixed and finally in a fine cut
trim after cutting.
1.) Sew the bust darts in the front according to the cutting mark, place in the direction of the armhole and iron.
2.) Center back seam, sew right side of fabric to right side of fabric.
3.) Secure the fixed facing at the back and front along the neckline seam allowance with a 1cm wide forming tape so that the neckline cannot expand.
4.) Turn over the neckline of the dress with the facings right sides together.
5.) Snap in the seam allowances in the curves and in the center front tip so that the curves and the tip can be laid and ironed out better.
6.) Topstitch the ironed-out edge of the neckline 0.5 cm wide.
7.) Sew side and shoulder seams right sides together.
8.) Sew the sleeve flounce to the corresponding sleeve edge, right sides together.
9.) Sew the sleeve seam together right sides together.
11.) Turn the sleeves to the right side of the fabric and, after notching the fit and sewing the side/underarm seam, into the corresponding armhole.
12.) Turn in the sleeve hem 2 x 0.5 cm and topstitch, iron the hem 3cm wide according to the pattern and topstitch.