Cowl Jersey Blouse

Added Apr 15, 2008

by mirela

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Description

Pattern: Burda WOF 10/1998

This has to be one of my favorite patterns for a blouse. I must have sewn this at least a dozen times. It can be made out of narrow fabrics and can be made with or without the back darts. The cowl neck is really easy to finish, no seams are visible on the right side and I like to make it a bit looser/larger than what the pattern suggests.

I wear this over the cami made in the same fabric and with the Eva Jacket and Burda Skirt made in that gray paisley jacquard.

Material Notes

Italian Cotton Jersey Stretch, drape

Difficulty

Novice

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Credits

Burda

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    Apr 28, 2008, 05.02 AMby lybu

    Looks great and fits you perfect. I love the fabric you used for it.

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    Apr 16, 2008, 01.20 AMby susisonne

    Nice top and great fabric!

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    Apr 15, 2008, 11.12 AMby kasia26

    I have used the same pattern multiple times, too. It is very versatile and easy to convert to something else. Your top looks great. The fabric feels very fresh and crisp.

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    Apr 15, 2008, 09.47 AMby jd98

    very nice fabric and top

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