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Openwear Collaborative Collection



The lift dress The lift dress is multifunctional. You can adjust it to a length you prefer. It can be worn as a simple long dress or as a t-shirt. If you lift the side parts and tie them around your body as you like you can transform it into numerous versions of a twisted t-shirt. Play and enjoy. We used jersey. We recommend that you choose cotton or viscose fabric with elastan. 170cm (66,9 inches) long x 140cm (55,1 inches) wide Elastic piping. 6 m (236 inches) long. String, 4 m (158 inches) long. Choose the string you like.


freely choose M Other sizes: S,L,XL



cutting list

cutting out

Front part 1 x on fold Back part 1 x on fold

Put patterns on ftheabric. Seam allowances are included: 4 cm for bottom hem 1,5 cm for all edges and stitches Cut units and transfer all pattern markings onto the fabric.

How to make it step by step: 1


Pin the front and back parts together. Stitch along the seam line on both sides until the marked spot. Stitch the front and back parts together on the shoulders

Stitch a tunnel for the string on the bottom of the dress and put the string through the hole

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Make a finishing by using elastic piping on all the other edges.

Play with the dress - tie as you like to get interesting shapes and forms. Be creative!

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“Forward to Basics� was possible thanx to the active participation of: Daniela Pais Studio i_gle Jure Purgaj Serpica Naro David Luxembourg Oloop Pamoyo Opensourcepants

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Openwear - The lift dress