Added Mar 25, 2012
by Irina Schwab
This is the official top for Queen’s Jubilee celebrations in my town.
I made the Ute blouse in April last year and I liked it so much, I decided to try it again.
The cotton gingham I used last year was a much thicker, better quality one. I used 100% cotton. However, I could not find it in red, so I had to opt for polycotton 1.2m wide. Not the same thing, but with loads of fabric stiffener you can make it look crisp as well.
No more details, as everyone can download the pattern from Burdastyle with a full tutorial. The best $3.50 I spent!
polycotton, 5 buttons, fusible interfacing for collar and cuffs.
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