NEW :: Our Sadie Slip Dress Pattern

Meet our latest pattern – the Sadie Slip Dress. Since we saw this trend popping up (and because we lived and loved it through the 90s), we’ve had this design on our patternmaking radar. 
Though it can most definitely be worn as outerwear, the bias cut slip dress is also designed as a timeless and classic undergarment that can be worn beneath sheer garments or as a slinky, sexy nightgown. Features include a shaped neckline with facings, spaghetti straps and optional back darts. 

For a more casual look, Sadie looks fabulous when paired with a t-shirt, singlet or sleeveless shirt. Layer it up with a jacket or cardigan for a style that is both cool and comfortable.

My black version is made up in our Black Silk Satin with the shiny side inside, matte side outside.

Gabby’s version below (shortened length by 5″) is made up in our satin-backed crepe de chine Rocky Road Squares.

This fresh blue floral is made up in our (sold out) silk satin Ocean Flora
Colette shortened her Sadie and made it up as a nightgown. The fabric she used is a Liberty of London tana lawn – Juniper – and for some extra special detailing she added a black lace trim.
Recommended fabrics for this pattern include silk satin, crepe de chine, viscose, rayon. Lightweight cottons and linens are also perfect but because they don’t drape like a silk, we’ve also included the option to add back darts. Other suitable fabrics from our current collection include:
Martinez, Alba and Carice Spot Satins
Indigo and Fern Tie Dye Surprise
Liberty tana lawns
In the coming days we’ll be posting a tutorial that will guide you through the best cutting techniques for your Sadie Slip Dress. We hope you love our new pattern and can see her in your sewing future. And if you’re sharing a photo on social media, don’t forget to use the #sadieslipdress hashtag. Happy sewing!