A: Scoopneck skating dress B: Asymmetrical skating dress Attached briefs Circular skirt and underskirt Published in 2002 UNCUT JALIE 2214 NOT USED.. NOT SEALED. Jalie Pattern 2214 ??? Great for beginners This versatile pattern can be used to create a great number of great looking, individual dresses. Spice it up with different fabrics, extra skirt layers, trims, sequins, stones, applique. The only limit is your imagination (and your budget!). The instructions given are very straightforward, and all sizes from toddlers to large ladies are catered for. This also allows for easier size adjustments for us adult skaters. I am 2 sizes bigger in the bodice than the hips, and this poses no trouble with the Jalie patterns. In essence, here are the steps to follow: 1. Measure up and choose your size. 2. Choose your fabric 3. Trace your pattern and make any adjustments 4. Cut out your pieces. 5. Follow the sewing instructions. Instructions are given for inserting the elastic too. That is really the hardest part, and is not as hard as you think! 6. Decorate your base dress. FROM THE INTERNET... Figure skating dresses with choice of necklines (scoop or asymetrical) and freestyle skirt. Bra not included. Pattern sheet approximately 37-1/2 x 49 inches. Suggested fabric Lycra or lace with 70% two way stretch. Seam and Hem allowances included in pattern. Fast and easy to make. Canadian design and manufacture. Year 2002 INFANT CHILDREN XS TO XL SIZE 2 TO 12. AND ADULTS XXS TO LG SIZE 4 LADIES TO 20W.