Fabrics for V9329 Stop-Me-In-The-Street Dress
Marcy Tilton Designer Fashion Fabrics
Hello Sewing Friends!

Today I am happy to bring you some new additions to the KNITS COLLECTION featuring high-drama designs just right for my popular V9329 pattern available from Vogue Patterns.

I have dubbed V9329 the Stop-Me-In-The-Street Dress because every time I wear a version on the streets of LA, NYC or Paris, I get stopped and asked about it. This is one of my favorite all-season patterns because it is easy to make and easy to wear. I designed it to have a super flattering fit—a little tighter at the top with a skimming drape. The back is designed to be asymmetrical, but it is easy to sew symmetrically as well. The dress features two sleeve lengths—3/4 and elbow. Above is a version by Carol on the ArtBarn team. She used LUCHENZA and cut her sleeves a little wider for more mobility. Plus, it has stitched-down, side-seam pockets! If you are looking to whip up a new dress, I invite you to give V9329 a try. Scroll down to see the pattern.

Below I have curated a special selection of new knit prints just right for making this popular pattern sing. First up is the fabric featured in Carol's dress above, along with three sister prints in different dynamic colorways. You will also find a quartet of visually delicious new deadstock knits from an Italian mill plus much more.

 Happy Sewing!
Marcy Tilton Fabrics
8020 Takilma Road
Cave Junction, OR 97523