The Tea House Top & Dress Pattern

NN02852

$17.99

The Tea House Top and Dress from Sew House Seven is a great pattern with a variety of options for different looks that are flattering and easy to wear. Use a silk or rayon fabric with some drape for a vintage-inspired look while a cotton yard dyed stripe can lend a more modern feel. 

  • Sizes: 0 to 20
  • Features a v-neck with front and back neck yokes, front seaming, in-seam angled pockets (for the dress versions), a back neck box pleat, cuffed dolman short sleeves, and two different tie options
  • There are three different length options: views A and D are hip length tops, views B and E are above the knee length dresses, and Views C and F are tea length dresses
  • There are no closures to sew; just slip it on over the head and tie
  • Recommended fabrics: Lightweight fabrics such as rayon, challis, wool challis, silk charmeuse, cotton lawn, linen, chambray, and more 
  • Includes detailed instructions
  • Fabric requirements are listed to help you determine how much fabric you need 
  • Designed by Peggy Mead
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The Tea House Top and Dress from Sew House Seven is a great pattern with a variety of options for different looks that are flattering and easy to wear. Use a silk or rayon fabric with some drape for a vintage-inspired look while a cotton yard dyed stripe can lend a more modern feel. 

  • Sizes: 0 to 20
  • Features a v-neck with front and back neck yokes, front seaming, in-seam angled pockets (for the dress versions), a back neck box pleat, cuffed dolman short sleeves, and two different tie options
  • There are three different length options: views A and D are hip length tops, views B and E are above the knee length dresses, and Views C and F are tea length dresses
  • There are no closures to sew; just slip it on over the head and tie
  • Recommended fabrics: Lightweight fabrics such as rayon, challis, wool challis, silk charmeuse, cotton lawn, linen, chambray, and more 
  • Includes detailed instructions
  • Fabric requirements are listed to help you determine how much fabric you need 
  • Designed by Peggy Mead