Added Nov 15, 2010
Reggio Emilia, I...
I drafted myself the pattern: basically it’s a simple straight top, cutted on the front under the breast, with a central openings and a serie of tuxedo folds. A corean collar and two askew semi-circular volant sleeves complete the blouse.
These are in a size US 8/ EU 40. For this kind of top, I think are perfect very light cotton blends, or silk.
You can find the instructions here in the project page, and the PDF in the pattern page. Don’t know why I always make this mistake when I upload patterns!!
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