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Platstron Blouse 07/2016 #114

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Description

Women’s blouse sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes and is produced by BurdaStyle Magazine.

The plastron for this covered button placket blouse is not just a series of folds. The look is created with wide bands of fabric woven together. The playful stripes add a stylish element that is enhanced by the weave.

This pattern is from the Match Point collection.

Recommended Materials

Lightweight blouse fabrics with some body.

Amount of Fabrics

Refer to fabric yardage chart in the pattern images.

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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    Jul 23, 2016, 03.56 AMby SeamRacer

    I thought it was spelled “plastron”, after the squares of a turtle shell.

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      Jul 23, 2016, 03.52 PMby jenss-1

      Yes, that’s how it is spelled in the magazine. It must be a typo here.

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    Jul 22, 2016, 12.43 PMby Inkstain1

    I really enjoyed making this shirt and was surprised how easy it was. I used a cheap IKEA cotton and although I didn’t have the dissolvable interfacing to make the plastron, I found it was easy to weave and machine baste my pressed ‘tunnels’ to a gridded tissue pattern of the plastron before inserting into the bodice.

    You can see the plastron up close in very stark morning light on my version under the ‘Projects’ Tab on this site here:http://www.burdastyle.com/projects/burda-origami-white-shirt-072016-114-from-ikea-ditte-cotton

    on on my blog post here with a long discussion of the uses I put IKEA Ditte cotton to with Burda patterns.

    http://chanelno6.blogspot.ch/2016/07/burda-origami-shirt-072016-114-here-i.html

    Try this one! It really looks unique. Thanks Burda!

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