THE SAGEBRUSH TOP • Pattern
By FRIDAY PATTERN CO, the Sagebrush Top is a paper sewing pattern.
Garment Details: The Sagebrush Top is an elegant and easy-to-sew blouse that is a joy to make and wear. The simple design of the top lends itself well to customization. Loose without being baggy, the type of breezy fit you’ll want to wear all summer. Generous puff sleeves and gathers across the front make it comfortable to move in. The tie at the back neckline makes it simple and cute! The Sagebrush looks great tucked into something high waisted. This top was drafted using sample measurements for a B cup and a height of 5’6”.
Designed for woven fabrics.
Sizing: This is a multi-size pattern, including sizes XS - 7X. Sizing information and finished garment measurements can be found here.
Fabric requirements: in yards.
- XS-M // 45” wide fabric // 2.1 yards (1.9 metres)
- XS-M // 54 - 60” wide fabric // 1.6 yards (1.5 metres)
- L-XXL // 45” wide fabric // 2.4 yards (2.2 metres)
- L-XXL // 54-60” wide fabric // 2 yards (1.8 metres)
- 1X-4X // 45” wide fabric // 2.7 yards (2.5 metres)
- 1X-4X // 54-60” wide fabric // 2.3 yards (2.1 metres)
- 5X-7X // 45" wide fabric // 2.9 yards (2.6 metres)
- 5X-7X // 54-60" wide fabric // 2.5 yards (2.3 metres)
Fabric Suggestions: The Sagebrush is designed for woven fabrics and looks great in breezy fabrics like cotton voile, as well as more structured fabrics like a crisp linen.
Trims required: Matching thread, safety pin and 1 yard ½” (.5 cm) wide elastic
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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