The Alcoy Dress – Free Pattern!

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Hey all!  I’ve got a brand spanking new pattern for you all today!  Woo-hoo!

It’s called The Alcoy Dress and it’s a fitted knit dress with raglan style sleeves.  I’ve made about 5 so far and I’m hooked!  It’s flattering, comfortable and…best of all, takes less than 2 hours to whip up!

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You can make it in a pretty textured ponte like this white one, or in a more casual jersey with contrast sleeves like the Aztec print dress below.

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Wanna hear the best part??  The Alcoy Dress is free!!  I wanted to create something of real value for my email subscribers since my readers are the reason I’m doing this!  So I created this pattern, with all the details and features of my regular paid patterns but without the price tag.

The link to download the pattern will automatically be sent out to you once you subscribe to the Whisk ‘Em blog (that means you’ll get one weekly email telling you what you missed on the blog – that’s it!).

Just enter your email address in the Subscribe box on the right side of this website (right under the picture of the Alcoy dress!).  And then watch your inbox for the pattern.

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Once you get your copy of the pattern and sew it up, be sure to share it on social media using the hashtags #WhiskemPatterns and #AlcoyDress.  Feel free to send your friends over here to the blog to subscribe and get their free pattern too!  Just please don’t share the link to the pattern itself.

Thank for you being here and I can’t wait to see your Alcoy Dresses!

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Comments

  1. I subscribed, but I did not receive the free pattern. I love it, though, and have been looking for a pattern like this for some time.

    • Hi Luci – sorry about that! Shoot me an email at whiskem{at}gmail{dot}com and let me know what email address you used to subscribe and I’ll send it to you!

  2. Nandita says:

    when will I receive confirmation that I subscribed. I’m “sew” excited for this pattern! I can’t wait 😊

    Thank you

    • Yay! Let me know if you don’t get the email with the pattern link within an hour or so of subscribing and I’ll send it to you!

  3. pamela Balster says:

    I’m so excited I’ve beeen looking for a pattern like this I love a raglan sleeve. Thank you Thank you Thank you.
    Pam

  4. Hetty luiten says:

    I love it

  5. What types of knit fabrics did you use?

    • Hi Rebekah! You can use just about anything that’s thick enough to give you good coverage when it stretches over your bottom! My favorites are cotton lycra and cotton spandex with a rib knit for the neckband. Just be aware that if you use something with a smaller amount of stretch, you may need to size up 1 or 2 sizes.

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