This is a clever pattern that creates the beautiful draping at the front while leaving the back as a regular shirt. Wear it with a camisole or use a press stud to close the x over at the front. You will love this top! CLICK HERE to see construction of Dotty Blouse tutorial by Anne Kowalski
Silk, crepe, viscose or you could use a jersey knit – because of the way the pattern is drafted please be sure to purchase a two sided fabric.
|Printed Pattern - Single-Size|
|Single-size hard copy sewing pattern, mailed to your delivery address.|
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|PDF Digital Pattern - Single-Size|
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Format Reviewed: Printed Pattern - Single-Size
j***n (verified owner) – :
Superb, the pattern that is – my choice of fabric was not.
I made this out of a mid weight merino knit and never gave any consideration when cutting out the pattern that the front folds/twists back up on itself to give a stunning fold. So when I put the top together I had one side with the knit side (right side) showing and the other side with the purl side (wrong side) showing. Not overly visible to anyone else but I can see it. I now wear a scarf with it.
Just be aware of your fabric choice on this one.
The pattern is great. The neckline just sits perfectly.