Cruise Club Kim Dress Sewing Pattern By Style Arc - Fabulouse all occasion dress
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Cruise Club Kim Dress Multi-Size

3 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

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Fabulouse all occasion dress

Pattern format info

Product Description

Fabulous all occasion dress – an easy comfortable shapes that doesn't cling to our lumps. Pop on a necklace and heels and you are ready for dinner or a pair of flats and you will be looking good for a day's sightseeing.

Fabric Suggestion & Description

cotton jersey, spandex knit

Pattern Format

Multi-Size Hard Copy
Multi-size hard copy sewing pattern, mailed to your delivery address.

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Single-Size PDF Download
Single-size PDF sewing pattern download, sent to your email address in multi-sheet/tiled format for printing at home on A4 or US letter size paper AND single-sheet/wide format for printing at a copy shop. You get the size you order, PLUS the two closest sizes. Please note that the wide format files are set up for printing on 36" wide (or wider) paper rolls, not A0 paper sheets.
Single-Size Hard Copy
Single-size hard copy sewing pattern, mailed to your delivery address.

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1 review for Cruise Club Kim Dress

  1. 3 out of 5

    Format Reviewed: Single-Size PDF Download

    (verified owner):

    This is a cute dress. It was easy to download the file, assemble it and cut it out. It was listed as a beginner’s project and it is quite simple. Though I think a beginner would benefit from better instructions/information.

    It would be helpful if you included a list of notions on the website – before purchasing and downloading the pattern. Many sewers like me, like to see if we have all the notions required before going to the fabric store. I wasn’t aware that tearaway interfacing was required until I had actually downloaded the file and assembled the pattern. I curiously noticed the tearaway vilene pieces – nowhere else in the file was vilene mentioned. Had I know that interfacing was needed, I would have picked it up when I bought the fabric – so I had to take a second trip out. Not good, especially during the COVID quarantine.

    Second, there is nomenclature used that is not in common use. For example, you used the acronym “S/G” on some of the neck and arm pieces. I surmised it to mean “Straight Grain”; however, I’d never seen it displayed that way. I googled it on a dozen or so sewing glossaries and wasn’t able to find it. Might I suggest the addition of an abbreviations table to make it clear.

    Third, the actual assembly instructions consists of only 7 lines of text. No graphics are included. And there is NO mention of using the tear away interfacing at all. A beginner would be very confused about this. What to do with the interfacing.

    I have been sewing for 40+ years, and had no problem figuring the assembly out, but with just a bit more guidance – to help and encourage new sewers – this would truly be a strong beginner’s project.

    One last note. I know you are from Australia, but note that in the US we don’t use the term “vilene” – we just say use a tear away interfacing that matches the weight of the fabric.

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Pattern Measurements Based On A Size 10

  • Grade between the sizes is 5cm or 2” in circumference
  • Bust = 90 cm or 35 ½”
  • Waist = 87 cm or 34 ½”
  • Hip = 108cm or 42 ½”
  • Shoulder breadth = 33 cm or 13”
  • Hem circumference = 118 cm or 46 ½”
  • Centre back length = 100 cm or 39 ¼”

fabric Estimate

Fabric WidthSizes 4 to 18Sizes 20 to 30
150 cm / 60 in150 cm / 1.7 yards200 cm / 2.2 yards

Sizing Help


Size Chart - CM

Size A. Shoulder Breadth (cm) B. Upper Arm Girth (cm) C. Bust (cm) D. Waist (cm) E. Hip (cm)
4 34.4 26.4 77 60 83
6 35.6 27.6 82 65 88
8 36.8 28.8 87 70 93
10 38 30 92 75 98
12 39.2 31.2 97 80 103
14 40.4 32.4 102 85 108
16 41.6 33.6 107 90 113
18 42.8 34.8 112 95 118
20 44 36 118 100 124
22 45.2 37.2 124 106 130
24 46.4 38.4 130 112 136
26 47.6 39.6 136 118 142
28 48.8 40.8 142 124 148
30 50 42 148 130 154

Size Chart - Inches

Size A. Shoulder Breadth (inches) B. Upper Arm Girth (inches) C. Bust (inches) D. Waist (inches) E. Hip (inches)
4 13.5 10.5 30.3 23.5 32.6
6 14 10.9 32.3 25.5 34.6
8 14.5 11.3 34.3 27.5 36.6
10 15 11.8 36.2 29.5 38.6
12 15.4 12.3 38.2 31.5 40.6
14 15.9 12.8 40.2 33.5 42.5
16 16.4 13.2 42.1 35.5 44.5
18 16.9 13.7 44.1 37.5 46.5
20 17.3 14.2 46.5 39.5 48.8
22 17.8 14.6 48.8 42 51.2
24 18.3 15.1 51.2 44.5 53.5
26 18 3/4 15 5/8 53 1/2 46.5 56
28 19 1/4 16 1/8 56 48.5 58 1/4
30 19 3/4 16 5/8 58 1/4 50.5 61

Size Conversion Table

ALPHA SIZING AUSTRALIA UK US FRANCE ITALY JAPAN
XXS 6 6 2 34 38 5
XS 8 8 4 36 40 7
S 10 10 6 38 42 9
M 12 12 8 40 44 11
L 14 14 10 42 46 13
XL 16 16 12 44 48 15
XXL 18 18 14 46 50 17

How Do I Know What Size I Am?

Choosing your pattern size is the most important step and we will help you determine this with these easy to follow steps.

  1. When taking your measurements ensure that you take them against your skin and not over clothing. One can wear a comfortable bra and knickers whilst measuring, as this will provide you with the most accurate measurements.
  2. Tape measure has to sit firmly around the points you are measuring. But be careful not to pull it too tight, as this will give you the incorrect size.
  3. When measuring circumferences (B, C, D, E) it is important to note that the tape measure must remain parallel to the floor. It is sometimes best to take the measurements in front of a mirror; this will help you see the angle of the tape measure.
  4. You will only require the basic body measurements to determine your pattern size which is indicated on our mannequin below:
A. Shoulder Breadth

Place the tape at the edge of the shoulder. Measure along the top of the shoulder blade/across the highest point of the shoulders to the other edge, following the natural slope and allow an extra finger for ease of any movement.

B. Upper Arm Girth

This point is taken as a circumference at your widest point of your upper arm.

C. Bust

This point is taken as a circumference parallel to the floor at the fullest part of your chest.

D. Waist

This point is taken as a circumference and taken at the smallest part of your waist.

E. Hip

This point is taken as a circumference parallel to the floor at the widest part of your hips.


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