Do It Yourself · Spring Summer 2017

4. DIY: Sleeveless cold shoulder/singoalla blouse (easy)

This is an extremely easily sewn blouse! And the only material required is 1.15 m fabric and 2 m elastic band. Simply follow the method described below.

The pattern is made by cutting the dimensions of the front and back pieces as shown below. The dimensions are intended for size 36. Simply add half a centimeter on both sides for each larger size. Round the sleeves a little bit for better convenience and making it more flattering. For the drawstring strap cut out a rectangle of 65 x 4 cm, for the lining strips (open sleeves) 25 x 4 cm and for the flounce 65 x 25 cm.

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Every piece of the pattern is put on double-weight fabric to enlarge them twice. Cut all pieces except from the slotted strips to the folders once more.

Pinch and sew the side seams of the front and back pieces of the blouse. Sew the seam allowance together by staggering with a zigzag or overlock seam.

Fold the lining strips on the length and attach them to the lining edges. Fold the strips towards the downside and edge knit them from the right side.

Edge off and fold the top and bottom of the front and back piece. Sew.

Sew the short sides of the flounce and edge off and fold the upper and lower parts of it. Edge. Put, pinch and sew the ruffle on the right side and the drawstring on the inside of the blouse making two parallel strips.

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Now pull the elastic band through the strips. Secure and sew them together as desired. Et voilà the blouse is done!

 

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