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Ruffled Peplum Top 10/2014 #122A



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Women’s top sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes and is produced by burda style magazine.

Flutter and flounce in this ruffled peplum top. The criss cross front creates a V neckline accentuated by the wide ruffle.The ruffles extend to the back for a pretty rounded collar.

This pattern is from Golden Era collection.

Recommended Materials

Medium weight top fabrics with or without stretch.

Amount of Fabrics

Stretch gabardine, with crosswise stretch,
width: 150 cm (59 ins)
length: 2.20 m (2 1/2 yds) for all sizes. ­

width: 140 cm (55 ins)
length: 1.00 m (1 1/8 yds).

2 large sew-on snap fasten­ers.

Shoulder pads.

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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    Apr 11, 2018, 05.16 PMby MzBrinda

    I’ve done pretty good constructing this with almost no sewing instructions, but I NEED HELP, I have sewn for years from store bought patterns with detailed instructions.

    First of all I went down a brave path, and decided to make this out of jersey without a lining at this point. So I’m not sure if I should sew my front facing with interfacing on before I sew on the flounce.

    AND FOR THE LIFE OF ME, I CANNOT DETERMIN HOW THE FLOUNCE PIECES ATTACH TOGETHER AND TO THE SHIRT BODY. So far I have sewn 7A and 8A together, I have another set of 7A and 8A that I still need to sew together. But I don’t understand, if two sets of 7A and 8A get sewn together before attaching them to the shirt body or do the stay separate? And do I put a loose gather in the edge of the flounce before attaching it to the shirt body? And I still have all the 7B and 8B pieces that I need to sew together. Should I assume the 7B and 8B pieces follow the exact same instructions of the 7A and 8A?

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    Jul 28, 2015, 04.28 PMby Mokara

    I fell in love with this jacket when I saw it, especially the raw edges, it adds something unique to the jacket.

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    Sep 26, 2014, 12.46 PMby tonierenee

    I love this jacket but hate the raw edges! It’s easy enough to finish the edges though. Definitely putting it in my favorites.

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