HP 1191 Fast & Fabulous Trilogy Shift Dress, Tunic & Top

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*This is the classic paper pattern version; if you want the 
print-at-home version in Arch E, A4 sized & letter sized
paper click here; A0 for copyshop coming soon!

Make yourself these 3 easy pieces, perfect for

drape-y wovens like rayon challis, charmeuse, soft
linen, silk(y) twill, crepe or gauze, but also fab in
fluid knits like silk(y) jersey, rayon, or linen jersey.

Semi-fitted, pull-on styles have a gently shaped
silhouette, with center front & back seams. ‘V’
neckline and cut-on cap sleeves are finished with
self fabric binding. Choose your perfect length; a
midi-length dress, a mid-thigh tunic, or a lower-hiplength
top. All versions feature a deep pleat folded into the front
yoke for that essential
bust shaping, plus a curved front
and straight back hemline.

Showcase those eye-catching prints or your
favorite solid colors in these fabulously breezy
pieces...wear the dress ‘as-is’ or belted; try the
tunic over a crisp cropped pant or a boyfriend
jean, and team the top with a slouchy wide leg
trouser or a long, lean midi skirt for effortless chic.

Shopping List

For the dress in all sizes 6-8-10-12-14-16-18-20-22-24-26 
you’ll need around 3 yards/275cm of fabric;
For the tunic in all sizes 6-8-10-12-14-16-18-20-22-24-26
you’ll need around 2 yards/184cm of fabric;
For the top in all sizes 6-8-10-12-14-16-18-20-22-24-26
you’ll need around 1 3/4 yards/160 cm of fabric.

That’s all you need! No zippers, buttons, elastic, interfacing...
 Fabric amounts are for 60”/150cm wide fabric.



4 Reviews
  • 4
    Cute style! Easy to sew!

    Published by Natasha Friegang on 27th May 2017

    I love the style of this dress. It was an easy sew. I look forward to making another one. I may make it a size smaller, it seems to run a bit big.

  • 5
    All About Versatility

    Published by Unknown on 22nd Jun 2016

    Looks wonderful in silky prints and homespun too! Love the adjustability for size. This pattern adapts to casual, office casual, or dressy formal.

  • 5
    Swishey Fabric Favorite

    Published by Carol on 5th Feb 2016

    I just finished my muslin out of a really old stash fabric (very cheap and shiny) - and the pattern is great! I now have it cut out in a black sanded silk - what a wonderful LBD this will be! This fit is a bit loose, but not too much so! It was VERY easy to assemble and really looks great - right out of the envelope (no adjustments needed)! It DOES require a very drapey fabric though, or the shoulder pleat won't fall right.

  • 5
    Versatile and so flattering!

    Published by Becky Pearson on 24th Dec 2015

    This is a lovely top that looks great in fabrics with a lot of drape. I've made this up in a double gauze, a rayon and a linen look. The linen look fabric is a bit too structured for this pattern, but still attractive. I have more planned for spring in a cotton lawn and I may try it in a knit. This pattern is beautifully drafted and comes together easily. The instructions are well written. This is such an awesome top!

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