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Flounce Blouse 07/2017 #119



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Women’s blouse sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes and is produced by BurdaStyle Magazine.

A lightweight alternative to the classic blouse. Flounces replace the standard sleeve and the piece drapes beautifully when sewn with a supple satin. The neckline front comes together with a perfectly matched covered button.

This pattern is from the Clean Lines collection.

Recommended Materials

Lightweight blouse fabrics. Use fabric with two “good“ sides for optimal results.

Amount of Fabrics

Refer to fabric yardage chart in the pattern images.

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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    Jun 11, 2018, 05.35 PMby awsguard-shopping

    I have been trying to find some online help on how to work these sleeves. OMG. I am just not understanding the concept. Someone who has successfully puzzled out these sleeves give me a break!!! Any clue would help. Thanks!

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      Aug 27, 2018, 07.00 AMby Msnaiyana777

      Front Flounce will be attached on front bodice. Back flounce will be attached to back bodice. Then later all will be combined.
      Flounce will be stitch at armholes wrong side to wrong side. Then turn flounce to right side : right side with bodice. This step, seem finished technique will be use, as we need to trim the seam.

      The mark mentioned is the mark at armholes. Hope it can help you.

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    Jul 26, 2017, 02.37 PMby Evelyn Hughes

    Looking at the flat shapes in the mag, it’s a straight/normal armhole at the front and the back. The back then gas the sleep drape placed towards the cb to create the raglan line you’re seeing.

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    Jul 19, 2017, 09.03 AMby tupppi

    Such a beautiful blouse, and so simple to make. I love the way the butterfly sleeves are so much bigger and drape so much better because of the sleeves being cut in so close to the neckline.

    But I’m wondering whether there might be a mistake in the front illustration. The front has an armhole seam running vertically up close to the neck edge, but the back shows a raglan sleeve. It’s possible both are correct, but I think I would prefer it to be just raglan front and back.

    Can someone confirm what it is in the pattern?

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      Aug 9, 2017, 01.32 PMby BridgetM

      The sleeves are not raglan. What you are seeing in the pattern illustration is the fold of the sleeves over the bodice. It looks a bit like a raglan seam, but is not. The sleeves are sewn on at the armhole and then basted in a fold over the shoulder to create the drape. The instructions are very unclear, but my top turned out looking like the illustration, so I’m pretty sure I sewed it correctly.

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