Since the original Fringe pattern was released a few years ago, I have seen it made up in so many different fabrics, and as with any pattern, the fabric can really transform the look and feel. You can check out the hashtag #fringedresspattern on Instagram for inspiration. You really can’t go wrong if you use one of the substrates mentioned below – in fact, you probably have something suitable in your stash right now – but I thought I would round up a few recommendations inspired by some of the tester versions.

As a reminder, here are the recommended fabrics and yardage requirements.

Recommended main fabrics: rayon challis, rayon crepe, rayon voile, cotton lawn, cotton voile, cotton shirting, linen, double gauze.

Required trims:

  • ½ yard (0.4 M) of Tricot fusible interfacing or lightweight fusible interfacing

  • Five 1/2” (1.25 cm) Buttons (VIEW A ONLY)

  • Optional: Safety Pin, Turning Tool

It can be hard not to be able to touch and feel the fabric when making your selection, but I have found that when I purchase from a trusted indie fabric shop, I know the fabric will be high quality. I can recommend the shops listed below since I personally shop with them, but there are a ton of great online shops all over the world. I have linked to their woven fabric sections for easy reference.


Kristie of The Sew Crafty Baker

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1 | Essex Yarn Dyed Linen Blend Big Stripe Indigo from Harts Fabric

2 | Crepe Rayon Gold Stripe from IndieSew

3 | Lottie Stripe from La Mercerie


Michele of winmichele

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1 | Sandy Lane Washed Rayon in Charcoal from Harts Fabric

2 | Avery Slub Linen in Blush from La Mercerie

3 | Tencel Twill in Mallard from Blackbird Fabrics


Kim of Kim Loves to Sew

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1 | Floret Rayon Poplin from La Mercerie

2 | AGF Sonata Pastoral Rayon from Harts Fabric

3 | Gathered Peony Garland Rayon from Style Maker Fabrics


Tish of Tish Makes

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1 | Crepe Rayon Black Monstera from IndieSew

2 | Challis Rayon Coral Palms from IndieSew

3 | Lady McElroy Cotton Lawn Tropical Stems from Stone Mountain Fabrics


Kaeli of cookiepants4

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1 | Linen Shirting Red Blue Gingham from IndieSew

2 | Lilac Plaid Gauze from La Mercerie

3 | Coral Carolina Gingham from Maker Mountain Fabrics

*Fabric links are not affiliate links (nothing against affiliate links), but I thought I would make a note of this.

I hope you enjoyed this fabric roundup!

XO, Gabriela

Comment (1)

  1. Emily
    2 years ago

    Ooh so many possibilities!

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