Hinterland Dress

Sew Liberated

£15.00

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The Hinterland Dress offers a timeless, comfortable, and elegant silhouette. Featuring three sleeve options, either partial or full button down plackets, customizable length, and inseam pockets, this is a pattern workhorse that spans the seasons. The fit is loose yet shapely, with side bust darts and a gathered skirt with optional waist ties, and is easily modified for maternity and nursing. Feel free to lengthen the bodice and hack it into an adorable cropped top, too! It is part of the Sedimentary Capsule, and pairs well with Sew Liberated’s Metamorphic Dress, Arenite Pants, Gypsum Skirt, and Strata Top.

This pattern is suitable for advanced beginners. You will learn how to sew bust darts, bias facings, inseam pockets, button plackets, and inset sleeves.

Fabric and materials recommendations:

The Hinterland Dress is designed for woven fabrics. Look for mid-weight linen, silk noil, cotton ikat, and light- to mid-weight chambray or denim. Note that if you want to extend the skirt length beyond the provided midi length, you will need to purchase extra fabric.

This sewing pattern is available in PAPER format.

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Additional information

Fabric

Cottons / Chambray / Lawn / Quilting, Denim / Corduroy, Linen

Make time

All day

Sewing level

Confident Beginner

Pattern format

PAPER

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  1. One person found this helpful

    5 out of 5

    thefairstitch

    I made this dress for the #hinterlandsewoff that’s happening on Instagram right now, it runs until the 22nd of October 2018. I made mine in linen-cotton fabric from Fabric Godmother (UK) in olive green.
    I find the pattern to be very easy to follow, and I think it’d be suitable for beginners too. There’s just enough challenge to keep it interesting while providing a safety net for the bodice is not form fitting, so plenty of wiggle room there.
    I love how versatile this pattern is, not only that it offers at least five different versions, but I think it is also versatile when it comes to hacking options and wearability (is that a word?) I can imagine myself wearing this dress I made in colder as well as warmer months.
    I published a more detailed review of this pattern on my blog if you’d like to check it out.
    Hinterland Dress – Sew Liberated Pattern Review: https://thefairstitch.com/2018/10/11/hinterland-dress-sew-liberated-pattern-review-hinterlandsewoff/

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    • Cappie

      This is on my list of patterns to buy so I am thinking it may be one to buy next.

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