Women's Alice top & dress

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Sizes: EUR 34-48.
Scroll down for size chart and info on fabric & supplies.


Alice is a loose-fit top and dress that can be sewn with both woven and knit fabrics. Alice has a dropped shoulder and the short sleeve version is finished with a binding. The 3/4 sleeve version is hemmed, with a ruching detail at the lower part of the sleeve.

If you’re sewing Alice in woven fabrics you’ll finish the neckline with a facing. If you’re sewing in knit fabrics you can choose to finish the neckline with a facing or a binding. 

The top is slightly A-shaped, and lower in the back. The dress’ fit around the waist is easily adjustable with the knot in the front, and the elastic along the back bodice.

Alice’s front piece is split but in the tutorial you’ll also get guidance on how to sew Alice with a whole front piece. 

Skill level: 2/3 (Level guide). 


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This PDF-pattern includes two pattern formats:

  • A4/letter size for home printing, 32 pages. Layered.
  • A0 size for copy shop printing, 2 sheets. Non-layered.

The Sewing instructions are also included as a PDF-file, 26 pages.

PDF patterns are delivered instantly upon purchase to your e-mail address.

Fabric: Woven fabric (such as viscose, satin) or knit fabrics (such as cotton jersey, viscose jersey, or ponte di roma).

This is an estimate for prewashed fabrics with 150 cm (60”) width. If you’re buying new fabric for your project, we recommend that you add 10-20 cm (4-8”) just in case.

Elastic, approx. 5 mm (1/4”), if you’re sewing the 3/4 sleeves. Length: 2x12 cm (2x5”).

Elastic, width approx. 10-15 mm (3/8” - 5/8”), for the dress’ back bodice. Length: approx: 30-40 cm (12-16”).

Interfacing (if you finish the neckline with facings, which is suitable when sewing in woven fabrics, optional with knits). Choose an interfacing lighter than your fabric, preferably fusible.

Sewing machine (with jersey/ballpoint or stretch needle if you’re sewing in knits). A serger can also be used for most of the steps, but a sewing machine is just as fine.

Measure your chest, waist and hip and choose a size based on how you’d like the garment to fit your body. If you’re unsure, choose a size based on your chest width. All bodies are unique and this garment doesn’t require you to have a body whose measurements all point to the same size. Alice has a loose fit so in this garment you can sew for example size 38 even if your hip width rather is size 40 (about 100 cm) since the hip width of the final garment in size 38 is 103 cm.


Of course you can mix sizes! That’s one of the beauties in sewing your own clothes. Read more about that in the Sewing Instructions. The same goes for lengthening/shortening the garment to your preferences.

Get creative with our pattern hacks (modifications) for Women's Alice!

Also, don't miss our collection of pictures from the pattern test: