You will love this easy pull on blouse which has been cleverly designed as the wrapped front is secured into the two front pleats, a box pleats falls from the backs double yoke which ensures a comfortable fit, the sleeves are 7/8th length with the option to turn back the split cuff.
Silk, rayon, washed linen.
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Format Reviewed: PDF Digital Pattern - Multi-Size
B**h (verified owner) – :
I am in love with my just-finished Vera woven blouse. I did have a bit of a time with the front pleats as did Dimorr, in a previous post. I persevered using my dress form to see how the placing should go. Other than that, the pattern was easy to follow. Being only 5 feet tall, I considered shortening the blouse, but it turned out to be the correct length for me. I will definitely make this again; I used a dressy crepe but it would also look wonderful in a more casual fabric. I am considering making the Ascot belt as an accessory to the blouse to give it a different, more tailored look. I highly recommend this pattern!
Format Reviewed: Printed Pattern - Single-Size
j******2 (verified owner) – :
Gorgeous blouse. I used a vanilla coloured silk which has lines of caramel stitching. The simple uncluttered blouse ensures the fabric is the star, so it’s worth splashing out on a luxury fabric. Three quarter sleeves are so flattering, as are the cuffs and V neck. I’ll be making this one again!!
Format Reviewed: Printed Pattern - Multi-Size
D****r (verified owner) – :
I love this pattern. I made it up in a crepe fabric which drapes beautifully and gives lovely soft pleats. I found the pleats a bit tricky, there are some good line drawings, but I ended up contacting Style Arc and I was sent some photographs of their samples which helped me to complete the blouse easily. Their support is always fantastic. I made this into a short sleeve blouse as it was still quite hot where I live. The cross over is modest and mine hasn’t gaped at all. I recommend you have a go at this pattern.