Ute Variation B

Added Sep 1, 2008

By burdastyle

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Description

The Ute blouse come in two variations. This is Variation B, with a tie at the neck and a simple sleeve with a bit of fullness on the cap and no cuff.

Material Notes

Light weight cotton print.

5 x buttons,

Interfacing

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Blouse
Style
Business, Classic, Preppy, Romantic, Vintage
Material
Cotton

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    Oct 31, 2010, 07.25 PMby stellass

    I am going to buy this one, it is a beauty.

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    Mar 1, 2010, 07.10 AMby meegie-moo

    this is a gorgeous print and photography. I might just buy this one day and give it a try :-)

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    Mar 17, 2009, 01.26 AMby ghainskom

    Susanne, I guess a new project doesn’t mean a new pattern. I already had Ute and I’m not really interested in this Simplicity skirt so I’m somewhat disappointed as well but oh well, next monday is coming fast…

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    Mar 17, 2009, 01.10 AMby teamydear

    Yay, thank you so much for the blouse pattern! And for making me check out Simplicity, what an inspiration :) (I preferred the skirt from another one from your combinations, I might go get that one!)

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    Mar 16, 2009, 01.24 PMby susanne2011

    ‘New BurdaStyle project added each Monday’

    I don’t get it, what is new about this week’s pattern? The fact that we can download it for free for an entire week? Or am I missing something?

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    Mar 16, 2009, 12.29 PMby minnietheminks

    I really like this pattern alot and was about to buy it, but instead I voted for it :) thank you it is just my style

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    Mar 16, 2009, 12.27 PMby nehmah

    Thank you for the Ute pattern. This outfit will be for the granddaughter. I’m pleased it won because I already have that skirt pattern. Of course, it was a “bit” more expensive than $5.00 (US). However, it is better to buy when you really like it; too often the good stuff gets away. ;( Nehmah

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    Sep 8, 2008, 08.30 AMby scoobiewu

    I am working on variation B of this blouse in a lovely green/beige/pearl floral and I’m trying to match the pattern on the princess seams. Since the seams are curvy, I’m not sure where the matching looks best – the bust or the waist? Anyway I chose the bust. I’m also not very sure how to handle the button placket facing during assembly. Is there a how-to on that? Thanks!!

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    Sep 3, 2008, 06.53 AMby benedikta

    Hey Everybody, Thanks for the nice comments! We appreciate it. As for the pants or the skirt..we will have a skort pattern coming up next spring. Still a little away but it is in production!

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    Sep 3, 2008, 05.06 AMby stretchk13

    Fab.. just what I’ve been looking for…bring on the warm weather and the sexy summer clothes that go with it :-) P.S the pattern matching is superb..

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    Sep 3, 2008, 12.17 AMby yoshimi

    I loooove this blouse. The choice of fabric is superb, too.

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    Sep 2, 2008, 09.11 PMby sixpixel

    I like the skirt pictured here much better than the blouse. Is there a chance you’ll be posting a pattern for that or some sailor style pants?

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    Sep 2, 2008, 08.32 PMby Elisabeth Nielson

    Pretty shirt. I love the sleeves – and in a few weeks it’ll be heading towards short sleeve weather in this half of the globe. I may have to indulge myself.

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    Sep 2, 2008, 04.28 PMby tsuyako

    I love this top but I like the skirt better, is there a pattern for that?

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    Sep 2, 2008, 02.37 PMby mandypandy

    That’s cool how you were able to match up the pattern on the seam and the back darts! Very nice! Love it!

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    Sep 2, 2008, 12.56 PMby madamewu

    i love this :)

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    Sep 2, 2008, 09.33 AMby krunamagiar

    the one with the slayer around the neck looks like stewardess uniform.. cool..

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    Sep 2, 2008, 07.00 AMby cornsey

    I really love this pattern. The cut is similar to a (very expensive) Paul Smith blouse I have that just fell apart after a couple of washes. I’m definitely going to make one of these when my children are back in school!

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    Sep 2, 2008, 12.41 AMby Angela Ashley Chiew

    I really like this. I don’t fancy myself much of a shirt person but I might just have to give this one a shot. Maybe I just hadn’t found the right cut yet.

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    Sep 1, 2008, 11.22 PMby magpierat

    Fantastic, I’ve been looking forward to variation B! :D

    Amazing work with the pattern-matching on this garment, that fabric must have been such a headache but it really makes a difference to the finished look. You see so many cheap commercial garments these days where they haven’t bothered to match the plaid, check or print, and it just looks so sloppy and irritating. Thanks for reminding us what to shoot for :)

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