Added Apr 13, 2013
I sewed three tops with flutter sleeves and tie/bow front. As the fabrics vary, so do the fit. The blouse pattern consisted of the front, back, sleeve, and collar/tie pieces. Now it has become one of my favorite “go-to” patterns.
First version (rainbow): cotton woven suitable for quilting. Second version (polka dots): clearance charmeuse/poly type from JA’s.
Third version: French navy blue/latte colored viscose woven from EOS
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