This makes has all of my faves: wrap dress, knit, black and white geometric print and pockets!
This Untitled Thoughts Mathilde pattern is a TNT for me. I’ve already made a dress and a top. It comes together quickly, which is always a win. It features in seam pockets, a waistband, hem length and sleeve options. There’s even an optional ruffle for a little extra flourish.
This go round I opted for the three quarter sleeves and the knee length skirt. I love it so much for fall that I’m almost sad that I can’t wear it to the office….ALMOST. (I really enjoy working from home).
This fabric hits all my go-to’s. It’s a rayon jersey, black and white and a geometric print. I had to have it! This knit is a four way stretch, 80% selvage to selvages and 40% along the selvage. It’s also a rayon blend so it feels amazing. I’d also love it for top, leggings, jumpsuit or even a bodysuit. Grab yourself a few yards, here.
I tried not to make a wrap dress with fabric, I promise I tried. I considered a jumpsuit like M8047 or B6330, but this just screamed WRAP DRESS! This dress is so comfy, it’s definitely a secret pajama outfit.
Like the first two times I sewed up the Mathilde, I omitted the neck band opting to do a narrow hem instead. I used a narrow zig zag stitch to ensure the neckline could stretch.
Untitled Mathilde Dress is definitely a TNT. It will continue to be in constant rotation.
Pattern: Untitled Thoughts Mathilde
Pattern Description: a simple and true wrap design! It has no complex closures and is made to comfortably wrap around the body and tie in the back.The Mathilde was created to be your ultimate, go-to knit wrap dress! What is better than a comfy, yet put together outfit?
Sizing: A-H (0-30 US sizing) I cut a D, B-cup Current Measurments 42/37/45
Fabric Used: B&W chain print rayon jersey from Fabric Mart (here)
Does it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope? Yes
Were the instructions easy to follow? Yes very! They are so encouraging
Did I make in alterations? No. I did omit the neckband/binding
Would I sew it again? Yes!
Would I recommend it to others? YES!