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Rushbrook Dress and Top

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The Rushbrook Dress and Top has a simple floaty sihouette with a subtle racer back. It's perfect for carefree summer days and can be layered with a long sleeved top and cardigan for winter. Keep it simple or add more details with a placket ruffle, gathered pockets, flutter sleeves and a hem ruffle. French seams and bias bound armholes add to the comfort and clean finish.

This pattern is suitable for an intermediate but could be made by a confident beginner looking to stretch their skills. It is suitable for light to medium weight woven fabrics.

The Rushbrook Dress and Top pattern includes 13 sizes from 12-18 months to 12 years.

The pattern includes the following options.

  • 2 different lengths - hip length top or knee length dress
  • 2 different hem styles - hem facing or ruffle hem
  • optional flutter sleeves, placket ruffle and gathered patch pockets

This high quality pattern and tutorial contains all the standard Titchy Threads Pattern Features.

Pattern Details

12-18M to 12Y


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8 Reviews

  • My Cozy Co You will love it if you want to learn how to make a button pocket and french seams! really a great pattern to practice new skills. Instructions as always are clear and she guide you on every step.
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  • While she was sleeping The pattern is aimed at an intermediate sewist, however an adventurous beginner can successfully take on this project. A partial placket looks more complicated than it actually is. Laura's instructions are very clear, so if you have never made a partial placket before, this is a great pattern to try this technique.
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  • Made by Sara Laura is one of the best pattern makers out there. She makes patterns of such an amazing quality (and by quality I mean well drafted pattern pieces, notches, good grading, great instructions and all the best sewing techniques, no shortcuts, no clumsy "techniques").
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  • Pear Berry Lane ...if you are someone with a handful of projects under your belt that would like to develop new skills, you could truly learn a lot from this pattern.
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  • Buzzmills ... not to mention that (as always) the instructions are impeccable. All of Laura's tutorials are detailed and easy to understand with illustrations, tips and PDF layers for each size.

    The Rushbrook also has all of the seams either finished with bias binding or by using French Seams, so it looks as nice on the inside as it does on the outside.
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  • Fairies, Bubbles & Co The finishing in this dress is spotless, you could, almost, wear it inside out. The instructions include French seams, bias binding and hem facing (optional).

    ... the construction of the dress went smoothly, everything matched perfectly and the instructions are great and very detailed.
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  • S is for Sewing Construction-wise I was extremely impressed with this pattern – it includes french seams and bias bound armholes, making it not only comfortable to wear but also as beautiful in the inside as the outside. Laura provides very detailed step-by-step instructions and information on a number of techniques that are really useful (I was amazed by her bias binding instructions – one of my favorites ever!).
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  • Stitched by Jennie At first glance, you may think this pattern is just for little girls (and it does look adorable little girls). However, I was able to make a beautiful top that my 13 year old will actually wear.
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