PRINT AND SEW!
This is my first time uploading a pattern I made on Illustrator, so I wanted to put this one out there for free! It's a cute fitted sleeveless top with keyhole neckline, great for summer! It is made for comfy knit fabrics like cotton jersey, poly rayon, rib jersey, and I would even recommend trying it on old T-Shirt fabric for a t-shirt re-fashion.
I wanted to make it a blank canvas for people to add their own personal touch. So please note: There are no instructions included. I personally don't follow sewing instructions, it has never helped me in constructing a garment and I certainly can't write them clear enough, but what I have always been able to do was follow the lines, shape and logic of constructing the garment. :)
Okay I fixed the pattern, and figured out the best print out settings for size accuracy and matching. (see below)
My mess up is your gain! You get 1 extra size with this pattern (size 12)
A simple 2 piece pattern for those who already have sewing skills, and is easy for those who are learning.
RECOMMENDED SEAM ALLOWANCE
1/2" for side and shoulder seams -included
leave raw edge or use 1/4" for keyhole neckline -included
It comes in 3 Missy sizes 6 (34 bust), 8 (35 bust) and 10 (36 bust), + 1 bonus size 12 (37 bust)
It runs on the small side, so when in doubt go up one size
Pick your size and cut along the long the corresponding lines.
PRINT SETTINGS: 8 1/2" x 11" letter size paper
-Black & White Print
- print pages at 100% size
- print scaling - Tile large pages is best,
or choose NONE if you don't have tile option
- prints 12 pages landscape
- then match up the pages by the lines
- use clear tape to patch the pages together
and then cut
If you do use this pattern I'd love to see pics and get your feedback.
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Hi! I'm Gaby, I've been sewing, drawing, painting, just making anything creative since I was a kid, and later these skills transitioned into working as a graphic and clothing designer for various companies.
I think just the act of doing something creative is a very relaxing and at the same time an energetic experience that is rewarding and addicting! :)