First let me say that I did not look at the guide sheet that comes with the pattern, so my assembly will include some time-saving all-by-machine methods employed to make the originals you see on the package front. My methods are not always "conventional", but they are fast, efficient, and produce good results. It's no secret that sewing time is precious and don't they say that whomever makes the most dresses wins??
PREPARE THE PARTSPresumably you've already done a test fit with your interlining, made any needed changes to the pattern and interlining. You will have removed stitching and pressed theses pieces for reuse, and cut your fashion fabric from the corrected pattern.
Then give it a press before it escapes!
While you've got your iron hot, press your interlining to the fashion fabric to help temporarily bind the layers with heat. Pin the edges and baste the perimeter.
Now I move to the sleeve hem. Turn the the sleeve and lining to right sides together, encasing the bodice sort of like a taco!
You might be interesting in this post about altering this pattern (and FBA)
And this one about measuring and sizing for this pattern:
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Have a wonderful sewing day, and I'll see you next time!