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The almighty Alma

Added Dec 2, 2012

by Pharmasewing

Bergen, Norway

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Description

This is the Alma blouse from Sewaholic patterns. I made view B with a Peter pan collar and threequarter length arms. The fabric is a cotton poplin (I think)..quite stiff fabric, dark blue with turqoise polkadots :) the sizing runs a little big, I made up my size according to the measurements on the envelope, and I had to take in all the darts and the sideseams considerably! (Could probably have gone down one size to begin with). I omitted the side zipper and I have no problems wiggling in and out :) All in all- a great pattern for a really cute blouse. Oh -I almost forgot: The amount of fabric needed is greatly exaggerated on the pattern envelope! I only used about 1,5 m

Material Notes

Cotton poplin

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Blouse

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    Dec 3, 2012, 05.34 PMby frkbustad

    It’s so cute! Love the fabric, and the shape looks really good. Så snurten av den på jobb i dag… ;)

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      Dec 3, 2012, 10.21 PMby Pharmasewing

      Thank you :) den ble grei til slutt.. A wearable muslin at least..

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    Dec 2, 2012, 10.11 PMby loisvolk

    I love the peter pan collar and the polka dots. What a great combination to create a lovely blouse!

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      Dec 3, 2012, 07.55 AMby Pharmasewing

      Thank you! The pattern is great!

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    Dec 2, 2012, 07.52 PMby Mary Athey

    the blouse is lovely. the spotty fabrics fab x

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    Dec 2, 2012, 07.52 PMby Mary Athey

    the blouse is lovely. the spotty fabrics fab x

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