Rebecca Page Patterns just released the classic button-up blouse pattern. As a brand ambassador, I get sneak peeks of upcoming patterns and early access. As soon as I heard about this pattern I knew I wanted to sew it! Before I even had it completed I knew I wanted to do a sew-along with all of you!
The sew-along will start Friday, October 15th. The blog post will go up along with a video. The blouse does not take long to sew but does include a few steps such as buttonholes and cuffs that if you're new to sewing you'll want to slow down on and probably even practice a few buttonholes before stitching them out on the blouse. I plan to break the sew-along up into two videos.
You will need to purchase the classic button-up blouse pattern. Don't forget to make sure you have your fabric ready to go before Friday. Not sure how? You can find out everything you need to know in our post Getting Your Fabric Ready To Sew.
- 12x ⅜ inch wide Buttons
- Interfacing - You will need iron-on interfacing for your collar, collar stand, and cuffs. Approximately 1 yard will be sufficient for all sizes. For medium weight woven fabrics, a light weight interfacing is best. For light weight woven fabric, use a heavier interfacing to give the collar more structure.
- Thread to match
- Sewing machine
- Tailors chalk/fabric pen
- Optional twin needle and pintuck foot
- Optional startch
- Loop turner
- Measuring tape
- Serger/overlocker optional but not required.
Classic Blouse Pattern Features
When I sewed my first blouse I sewed the fitted version. The blouse is fitted but not tight. If you follow the sizing based on your measurements you will have a fitted blouse that still has room to move comfortably.
- Two fits, Fitted or Boyfriend
- Folded Button Stand
- Long Sleeves
- Slightly curved hem on Fitted option
- Dropped Shoulders and long dipped back hem on Boyfriend option
- Back Inverted Box Pleat
- Includes step-by-step tutorial with photos
- Instant-download digital sewing pattern
Fill your wardrobe with this me made staple!
Everyone needs this timeless button-up blouse in their collection. Add this blouse with a pointed collar, long sleeves, button cuffs, and two fits to your list of sewing can dos! That fabric you have been saving for the perfect button-up is calling to be made into a beautiful blouse with this new pattern. This Classic Blouse sewing pattern will be your go-to wardrobe staple that can be worn time and again for any occasion.
Available in women's sizes XXS-5XL.
Pattern Launch Sale! Grab your copy for 20% off the regular price until 11:59 Pacific (Los Angeles) on the 13th of October 2021.
Grab Some Fabric To Create Your Classic Blouse!
For the Classic Blouse, you can use nearly any light to medium weight woven fabric. The first time I made the blouse I used medium-weight cotton and I love how the shirt hangs. This time I'm planning to use a flannel blend or denim fabric.
However, your fabric choice will be critical in how the garment fits and moves so please choose with the end look you are wanting in mind:
- A light weight woven such as chiffon, organza, or georgette will be billowy and floaty looking, and may be see-through (or require a slip underneath for coverage).
- A light to mid weight woven such as cotton lawn, cotton voile, silk, rayon, silk crepe, crepe de chine, taffeta, or silk satin will drape.
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