May-Belle kids blouse/dress (PDF)

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This manual contains an extensive tutorial that will guide you step by step through the creation process of the May-Belle.

Below you can find the different options:

  • Options in sleeves
    • Long sleeve with wide or small cuff
      • Frown on the wrist
      • Pleats on the wrist
    • Lange mouwen zonder polsboord
      • Elastic on the wrist
      • Smock on the wrist
    • Short sleeves
    • ½ sleeve with sleeve cuff

    Options for the collar

    • Two-piece collar
    • One-piece collar

    General options

    • Simple and neat finish of the hem of the blouse / shirt
    • Pockets
    • Curved hem for shirt / blouse
    • Straight hem for shirt / blouse

    Options for the skirt

    • Wrinkled skirt
    • Pleated skirt
    • Midi length of the skirt
    • Normal length of the skirt

    Choice between blouse or dress

Note that you are purchasing a pattern, not a finished dress. Both pattern and tutorial are copyright protected.

Within 24 hours after transaction, the PDF-pattern (A4 and A0) and the tutorial will be sended in an automatic mail.

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Have fun!


May-Belle is a pattern that can be used for making girl blouses, boy shirts and dresses (sizes 2-12Y). The May-Belle pattern was designed for woven fabrics such as quilting weight cotton, double gaze, linen, crepe, cotton lawn….

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  1. Leesa

    The instructions were good, I love the end result. My only problem was that there are no seam allowances included. It was a total headache adding them on myself, especially for the small, curvy pieces. It would be great if you could include seam allowances in your patterns 🙂

    • Iris Rossaert


      Hi Leesa
      Thanks for your compliment! Love it that you like your result!!
      Here in Belgium we mostly work with patterns without seam allowances. It is easier to make adjustments if needed and you can choose wheter you want to use an other seam allowance (for example when you want to work with a french seam…). It’s a matter of habit I guess ;-).

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