THE ADRIENNE BLOUSE • Pattern
By FRIDAY PATTERN CO, The Adrienne Blouse is a paper sewing pattern.
Garment Details: The Adrienne Blouse is a fashion forward wardrobe essential. It is a knit top with billowy statement sleeves that are gathered up at the shoulders and hems with elastic. The length is slightly cropped with the hem hitting just below your bellybutton.
Designed for knit fabrics.
Sizing: This is a multi-size pattern, including sizes XS - 4X. Sizing information and finished garment measurements can be found here.
SIZES XS - M:
- 45” wide fabric // 1 3/4 yards (1.6 metres)
- 54 - 60” wide fabric // 1 3/8 yards (1.3 metres)
SIZES L - XXL:
- 45” wide fabric // 2 1/4 yards (2 metres)
- 54” wide fabric // 1 7/8 yards (1.7 metres)
- 60” wide fabric // 1 3/8 yards (1.3 metres)
SIZES 1X - 4X
- 45” wide fabric // 2 5/8 yards (2.4 metres)
- 54” wide fabric // 2 1/2 yards (2.2 metres)
- 60” wide fabric // 2 yards (1.8 metres)
Fabric Suggestions: Perfect for knit fabrics of all kinds. You need at least 25% stretch. If you choose a knit with more body, like a ponte, it will have a more structured modern look. If you sew it in a drapier knit, like a rayon jersey, it will have a more romantic look. Try our collection of Tencel™ knits for a beautiful elegant modern blouse.
Trims required: Matching thread, 1 1/2 yards (1.4 metres) of ½” wide elastic. Use bra strap elastic if possible. It is stronger and more durable than standard elastic. If you can’t get your hands on bra strap elastic, standard elastic will suffice. Stretch machine needle and safety pin.
Skill Level: Suitable for a beginner skill level.
Seam allowances are included in the pattern.
The paper pattern is printed on tissue paper, comes packaged in an envelope and includes highly detailed fully illustrated instructions.
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