Lola's Tiered Twirly Dress Sizes NB to 14 Kids PDF Pattern

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Whether it's the annual block party or a summer beach wedding, this beautifully tiered halter dress is perfect for the occasion! Use the full tiers to your advantage when designing your next creation; use multiple fabrics for a funky look or use one fabric for a sophisticated look. No matter what fabric you use, rest assured that this will turn out to be a lovely dress your daughter will love twirling in! The sky is the limit now let's see what YOU can do with it!
Difficulty Rating: Intermediate
*Fabric Requirement Chart shown as last image*
Here is what you receive:
  • Measurements for sizes Newborn to 14 kids.
  • A 28-page instant download pattern with thorough, uncomplicated step-by-step instructions accompanied by color photos that allow you to follow along with ease from start to finish.
  • A 2-page A0 Copy Shop file (46.8” x 33.1”) and standard printing file (8.5” x 11”) included.
  • One instant download PDF Projector file that includes:
    • Bold lines and clear fonts
    • Pieces all facing the direction of stretch or grainline.
    • Unfolded pieces with optional fold lines
    • A scaling grid
    • Layered sizes­­
  • Computer drawn pattern pieces you can print over and over again; no more patterns that rip or tear! We now include templates for square and rectangle shaped pieces to cut and print out for those who prefer this option. As always, we will continue to include a cutting chart for those of you that choose to use a rotary cutter and ruler to cut your pieces. These rectangle and square pieces will have their own print saver chart, separate from the necessary shaped pieces chart. Please be sure to see the print saver for which pages to print for both options.
If you would like to see an example of our style and try it for free, please download our free sample pattern HERE.
Halter Ties
Sewing Level:
Rectangle Pieces Included
Layered Pattern Pieces
A0 Pattern Pieces
Projector File


  • 3
    fun for mix & match

    Posted by Chevonne Porter on 2nd Jun 2015

    Somewhere in the construction it didn't go right in attaching back bodice. Had to "make it up" so the layers lined up. user error? I'm a ckc fan so I've kept purchasing and making patterns! Finished it but scared to revisit. Cute otherwise!

  • 5
    easy to make

    Posted by Christina on 9th Apr 2015

    I still consider myself a beginner but the instructions were so easy to follow that even I was able to make it and I love the end result!!!

  • 5
    Cute and classic!

    Posted by Melinda Tauler on 19th Mar 2015

    When my older daughter was little, I made a dress very similar to this one using a paper pattern and thought it was pretty easy. After using the CKC version, I know what easy to sew really means. This is quick and easy with fantastic results!