Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Simple Blouse PDF Sewing Pattern

DIGITAL PRINT-AT-HOME SEWING PATTERN:

 The Simple Blouse pattern started with a top I made from drapes my aunt gave me.
It's a basic design from a woven fabric, basically a woven t-shirt.

The pattern has been a staple for me the last year or so and I'm excited to share the basic blouse along with a lot more.

My approach for this pattern was to not just provide a pattern to sew a blouse, but to provide lots of information.The design for the basic blouse is simple and the perfect project for a beginner just starting to sew clothing for themselves.  But I wanted this pattern to do more than just walk you through a basic blouse.


This pattern is formatted to teach you lots of techniques and sewing skills to implement into the basic frame of the simple blouse pattern, and hopefully add to your sewing repertoire for all your future sewing and designing.

The starter pattern contains 12 variations or techniques to get you started.



This pattern is simple, but like a blank canvas, offers itself to lots of creative variations.
But the actual pattern document was already getting too large, so I decided to supplement the pattern with more variations on the blog.
Tutorials will refer to pattern pieces and PDF instructions, 
example: raise neckline 1.5" and bring in shoulder 1/2"

This Variations Post will have all Simple Blouse variations in one spot.
So after you buy the pattern, be sure to come back to Running With Scissors to scope out more variations to add to your wardrobe and sewing techniques to add to your sewing skill set.


WHO CAN WEAR THE SIMPLE BLOUSE?
The simple design can seem limited to flatter chested women.
But we've thought of everyone and the pattern shows step-by-step instructions on adding bust darts, and other adjustments to fit the blouse to your unique shape.
Bust dart PDF instructions adjust Simple Blouse pattern up to a DD bra cup size.
Lynette will also be adding additional information for bust sizes larger than DD.
Her variation tutorials will also focus on blouses and collars that open up the neckline which is so important with a full chest, without showing cleavage.
We hope this pattern will be a simple foundation, and all our tutorials and variations will teach you tips and techniques to sew for your specific body and shape.
As sisters we are on each end of the chest spectrum, and we hope we can help you sew flattering blouses where ever you fall between!

This sewing pattern is licensed for personal use only. 
No unauthorized selling of simple blouses for profit permitted.
Questions please email: runningscissor@gmail.com

-level of difficulty: experienced beginner up to advanced
-pattern in six sizes: x-small, small, medium, large, x-large, xx-large
-sizing: given in inches and cm
-26 page PDF print at home full scale pattern (2.5 MB)
-pattern pieces print on 13 pages of regular 8.5" x 11" paper and should comply with A4 as well
-detailed illustrations for each step
-additional video instruction via youtube.com with link in pattern
-loaded with options to sew your own variations: add bust darts, lengthen sleeves, facing neckline, fitting tips, pintucks, sleeveless, placket, maternity, color blocking, high-low hem, dolman sleeves
-bonus file to print full size pattern pieces at copy or print store instructions included with pattern for steps to use staples.com


Supplies Needed:
-Fabric: lightweight to medium weight woven fabrics with drape such as cotton/ blends, rayon challis, cotton lawn, voile, silk 
-Supplies: sewing machine, measuring tape,  scissors, pins, thread, etc


Click button below to add pattern to an e-junkie shopping cart.
You'll receive an email with a link to download your pattern after the purchase is complete.
Pattern will be sent to email address associated with paypal transaction.
Remember to download pattern and save the file.
You can print your pattern pieces and get sewing right away!



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