"Sew Flattering" Peasant Blouse Pattern

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"Sew Flattering" Peasant Blouse Pattern Pattern


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Sewing: 'Sew Flattering' Peasant Blouse Pattern
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Girls, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • straight stitch, zigzag stitch

Pattern Description:

This flattering peasant style blouse with ruffled neck and sleeves will be the staple of your child's wardrobe. Make it long, 3/4 or short sleeve for all seasons.

This pattern has a scooped neck, an A-line shape and a flattering fit. The ruffles are single edged fabric to give it an airy look. You can either hem or serge the ruffle edges.

Instructions are given for both shirred or elastic cased neckline and sleeves. Make it with the bottom ruffle to wear on the outside of skirts or jeans and make it plain bottom to wear under my pillowcase dresses or jumpers.

I PROMISE you one of the most detailed patterns on the market. Your pattern will be concise, colorful, and professionally displayed in photos, templates, graphs and measurement charts. No homemade, hand drawn, or "figure it out yourself" tissue patterns here. You will be pleasantly surprised at the details of my patterns.

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Sizes 6M to 14 child are all included in pattern
  • Finished measurements are on pattern and photo,


  • Fabric requirements are on pattern and on photo,

You Will Also Need:

  • sewing machine
  • iron and ironing board
  • matching thread
  • 1/4" elastic or shirring elastic thread
  • lightweight cotton fabric
  • scissors
  • measuring instruments
  • rotary cutter and board - optional
  • fabric pen
  • serger - optional
  • straight pins

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 1 review)

SueAskirtedlady on craftsy.com

Excellent Fun Pattern!  April 18, 2012

The neatest thing about this pattern is the shirring with elastic thread in the bobbin. It creates a really soft, gentle gather, which was perfect for this baby dress. With my serger, I was able to whip this gift up very quickly. The PDF pattern was also especially well-done with coded ovals that match up perfectly. I'll be making this again as blouses and dresses.

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About Designer

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My name is Sandra Lister and I am the owner of Ola Jane & Olly Jack PDF patterns. Recently I changed the name from Foot Loose & Fancy Free PDF Patterns. Ola Jane was my grandmother's name. Olly Jack just goes good with it.

Until I can make the compete transition most of my clothing patterns can be found at www.olajane.com. or

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