Download the free embroidery for dress Jasmin from BERNINA magazine Inspiration, as well as the pattern for the dress itself. It is the free pattern for the month in June 2023. It’s easy to make, and you will find instructions on how to place the embroidery pattern in this blogpost too. So, let’s take a look!
You will find all download instructions in this blogpost from 13/06/2023;
I want to hack this pattern into a shirt with side pockets and wide sleeves. No big deal, because I only make it a lot shorter.
Remember it’s very important to checl the pattern to your own body measurements. Choose the right size, adjust if necessary and avoid adjustments after sewing the garment. Because of an adjustment in the back, I need to sew a center back seam, you probably won’t need to.
This is the embroidery file I chose from the OESD collection:
Supplies for the free dress Jasmin:
- Download the embroidery files
- Download and print the pattern. I prefer the A0 size and print in a copy shop.
- Mettler Seralon sewing thread for sewing and embroidery.
- Mettler Seralene overlock thread
- 1,5 – 1,6m of twill fabric 145 cm wide
- iron on stabiliser H 180
- Embroidery hoop depending on the file size.
- BERNINA sewing machine
- BERNINA embroidery machine
- BERNINA overlock
Start with the pattern.
Embroider before cutting the pattern:
A print of the embroidery design in true size helps a lot to position on the fabric.
Pin it to the fabric, then take away the pattern:
Put the hoop with the stabilizer (filmoplast) under the fabric and pin around the print, Mettler Web Bond temporary adhesive spray helps too:
Check if the orientation of the file is how you wish it to be… and then embroider the file.
I set the butterfly to 80% and set it with the pin point position tool.
This is how it turned out.
Take the fabric out of the hoop, replace the pattern on the fabric and cut the pattern parts.
Take marks and notches.
Now you are ready for the next part: sewing the dress Jasmin.
It is interesting to start with the free embroidery for dress Jasmin before cutting the fabric. The cut out pattern parts would be difficult to fix to the stabilizer. Don’t you think so too?