Serenity Infinity Dress Sewing Pattern
$14.50 (or 1 credits)
A simple infinity dress sewing pattern bursting with comfort, style and options, the Serenity Infinity is a loose-fitting, long-sleeved top or dress with a unique, asymmetrical draped batwing sleeve.
Instant download digital sewing pattern. Includes sizes XXS-5XL
• Five optional lengths: top, mid-thigh, knee, mid-calf, and maxi
• Beginner friendly
• Double layers – loose-fitting outer top and inner tank
• Low, wide neckline
• Loosely draped asymmetrical batwing sleeve
• Deep, gathered cuffs
• Packed with pro tips and expert advice
• Includes full size, print-at-home pattern pieces
• Includes step-by-step tutorial with photos
• Instant-download digital sewing pattern
Main Fabric - You will need any stretch/ knit fabric with a 4-way 30% stretch for the Serenity Infinity Dress.
Browse suitable fabrics here:
- ⅜ inch wide Elastic – approximately 1 yard is sufficient for all sizes.
- Sewing machine
- Pins or clips
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How do PDF/ digital patterns work? Simply download, print, and sew. You’ll need a free Adobe Acrobat reader program and any home printer (or a nearby copy shop for A0 printing). Once you’ve printed the pieces, tape or glue them together. You’ll find an easy-to-follow how-to guide inside the pattern instructions, plus support in our Facebook group.
The trim-free pattern comes in A4 or US letter printable sizes and includes full pattern pieces and a detailed tutorial to guide you every step of the way. An A0 format (pattern pieces only) is also included should you wish to have your pattern printed professionally. PDF Layers allow you to select and print only the size/s you want/ need.
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“I love this design; it’s such a simple pattern and you can do soooo much with it. I have to say this is the most impressive pattern I’ve used so far! Super innovative!”
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Sarah Miller –
This pattern is amazing. It was such a quick and easy sew and I love how many variations there are. It is a very versatile pattern with all the variations in how to wear plus the different lengths. I found the top length perfect for making a very comfortable and stylish top and will be making more. I also found this pattern to fit and look amazing even with a bit of a mom tummy, so I love that and think this will truly fit beautifully on any size.
Adelle Pears –
This top has so many options! It’s so flattering and comfortable too so perfect for all sorts of occasions. It’s a pretty quick sew and the instructions are awesome.
Heather Luben –
A quick sew, and a nice warmer option than the typical holiday dress pattern! This pattern is loose fitting, and the asymmetrical look is flattering and forgiving. The option to wear the sleeves in different ways to create new looks is a definite bonus!
Chiara Kruse –
Great pattern for beginners who want to tackle a project just beyond the basic tee shirt. The Serenity Infinity really let’s you construct a fashion forward garment that where your personality can shine through. With both adult and child patterns, the options to coordinate with those you sew for are infinite!
Bernadette Aitken –
This top was a surprise to me. It was easy to make (my fabric was a bit tricky) and it came together quickly. You could have it cut, sewn and be wearing it in a morning. I think it is a flattering shape for many women.
Karen Greenhalgh –
Great pattern, quite quick and easy to make and due to the style easy to fit. Love all the options to change the look.
Deborah Kraft –
Very quick sew! It took me longer to put the pattern pieces together than to sew them up. 😉
Kelle Lujan –
If you are looking for a quick-to-sew, unusual project, this pattern is for you! The pattern piece is unlike anything I’d ever seen before and I was not convinced I could make a wearable garment out of it, but I was proven wrong. The dress sews up amazingly quickly and is a very straightforward sew. The extra fitting adjustments included are very helpful. I love all the different ways to style this dress, and the illustrations and instructions for styling are also very easy to follow.
Carmen Mills Brent –
Even though the pieces you cut out look a little strange, it creates a cute, asymmetrical silhouette. It has a lovely drape and can be styled a variety of ways.
Peggy Pazera Cooke –
This is a deceptively simple sew…it will take you longer to cut than to sew it together! All the additional fit notes are spot on. I added 6 total inches in length (3 in the bodice and 3 at the hem) and following the fit notes gave me just what I needed. The result was a fun and festive dress that I can also adjust as a tunic (thigh length version). With so many options in ways to wear this, it’s a must have for the closet.
Sabrina Ropp –
This dress was surprisingly fast and easy, and the multitude of variations means you can take it from daywear to evening wear with a simple adjustment.
Luana Furlanetto –
This dress is surprising! While I was cutting out the pattern I couldn’t quite figure out how a dress would have came out from that, but few stitches later I had a beautiful new dress! It’s a very quick sew, especially with a serger!
Angel Pooley –
I love this design, it’s such a simple pattern and you can do soooo much with it. I have to say this is the most impressive pattern I’ve used so far! Super innovative
Deb Carpenter –
“A lovely dress with so many options! I wasn’t sure whether the dress would suit me but when I put it on after making it I was so surprised – it’s perfect!
Great pattern, would definitely make again and maybe hack to make a cover up for days by the pool.”
Pamela Turner Munnerlyn –
I loved making the dress and it wasn’t a hard sew. I love the dress and all the different ways you can wear it.
Lisa Corriveau –
This dress was really quick & easy to sew up. I love the really long sleeves & the variety of ways you can wear it.
Charlene Lee –
This is a quick sew , since I made it in less than 6 hours. I think some clarification needs to be made on the 30% stretch fabric to be used , ie: a stretch length it should stretch to , like on regular store patterns. So that way you won’t be disappointed with the results. Very hip pattern and my daughter-in-law likes it, so that says a lot! I think this will be a popular pattern especially with the younger ladies!
Melissa Clementz –
Fun, versatile pattern for so many different looks. I used a cozy sweater knit, which makes for a warm winter top.
Interesting piece of cloth that you can wear as shirt, tunic or dress in 101 ways
Laura Walker –
WOW! What a showstopper!!! Innovative design and a super easy sew. Perfect to whip up just before Christmas to really impress your friends. Love it!
Francisca Beitler –
Sewing this pattern is very easy and quick. The choice of fabric is very important to get the right drape.
Stephanie Tharp –
Great pattern, beautiful, however it was a bit hugging in the abdominal area and I measured and stayed within sizing guideline parameters. I’m interested in making more I’m gonna size up next one. This is a phenomenal pattern.
Jamie Adler –
This is the quickest, most stylish dress you will make this year! It takes longer to cut out the pattern than it does to sew it up and voila’! A new dress!
Michele Axmaker Chapman –
What a fun dress! The concept and pattern is amazing and turns out so stylish!
Melissa Clementz –
Quick and easy sew! Such a cute and comfy dress.
Melissa Clementz –
Quick sew, but a dramatic dress! Only three pattern pieces for this one. The dress can be done in a few hours; from printing to wearing! I’ll definitely be making more of this one!
Sandy Simpson –
What an unusual, yet amazingly flattering pattern. I love it. I whipped it up in next to no time and was so happy with the end result. There will be more Serenity dresses in my wardrobe.
June BUtchee –
The Serenity Dress has a very unique look. You’d think it was a difficult sew, but it is so simple! A very ingenious design. There are only 3 seams to sew for the body of the dress, then you add cuffs to the arms. So, all you have to hem is the bottom. I used stretch velvet on mine for a Christmas dress.
June BUtchee –
The Serenity Infinity Add-on pattern looks fantastic and is so easy to sew. You can make a top in about 30-45 minutes excluding the hem. The design is ingenious!
Jo Sharp –
Fairly straightforward to make and produces a great party dress. Needed a bit of shortening though.
Sarah Hopkins –
A surprisingly quick pattern to sew up. Comes together easily, and love all the options on how to wear it. Such a unique pattern and easy to follow
Amy Joy McDonnell –
I thought the Serenity would be a complicated sew but it was so quick. Great pattern with so many ways to wear it.
Jade Burton –
Fabulous dress, easy instructions, I love that I can wear it so many ways!