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- puffed sleeve
- long sleeve
- tie front style
Alice Tie Front Top Sewing Pattern Overview
With this pattern, we've taken all of our best practices and techniques from creating sewing patterns for women of all sizes and put them into one easy-to-understand package.
Alice front tie top sewing pattern is great for an beginner sewing enthusiast
More Of What's Inside Our Tie Front Top Sewing Pattern
- A printable PDF sewing pattern format (You will need Adobe Reader on your computer to open the PDF files)
- Measurement sheet and size chart
- Step-by-step guide on how to cut and sew
- Assembling the pattern pieces
- Step by Step Instructions with Illustrations
- Different sizes you can choose from
- A4 paper and Letter format for printing at home
- A0 for printing at the copy center on A0 paper rolls
- Projector files for projecting the patterns directly onto the fabric using the home projector
Sewing Your Perfect Size Top
Here's what you'll need to get started:
- Your Alice PDF pattern
- Preferred fabric
- Color matching sewing thread
- fusible reinforcement tape for the neckline
- 4 buttons for cuffs
- fusible interlining for cuffs
- sewing machine
- 1 cm
Recommended Fabric: a lightweight woven fabric is always a good choice.
How much fabric do you need for your diy top?
How to sew it
Sewing A Crop Top - Sewing Instruction
Once everything is set up, let's begin sewing. We have included easy-to-follow instructions with our pattern.
Just follow along!
Sewing the bodice
Sew the shoulders and sides of the front and back bodice, right sides together, using a 1 cm seam allowance. Press the seams. fig 1
Apply fusible reinforcing tape on the edge of the lining neckline, on the wrong side. fig 2
Sew the bow element (item5) with the front lining (item 6), right sides together, using a 1 cm seam allowance. Press the seam open. fig 3
Sew the shoulders and sides of the lining, good sides together, and press the seam open. fig 4
Sew the lining and the main fabric on the neckline and hem, right sides together, all the way around. fig 5
Sew a 1 mm topstitch through the lining, catching the seam allowance also. Trim the seam allowance in the curved areas. Turn the fabric inside out through the armhole and carefully press the neckline and hem
Sewing the sleeve
Apply fusible interlining on the cuff pieces
Sew the bias tape on the sleeve slit: Place the bias strip to the sleeve slit edge, right side to right side. Sew the bias to the edge using the edge of the machine foot as a guide. Wrap the folded edge of the bias to the wrong side of the garment. Place the folded edge to the sewn line and topstitch at 0.1 cm fig 6
Sew the side seam of the sleeve . Press and overlock the seam fig 7
Take 1 piece of cuff and bend 1 cm inwards, wrong side to wrong side, of the top part and press fig 8
Join the side edges of the cuff piece (right sides together) using a 1 cm seam allowance. cut the corners and turn the cuff inside out. Press to form the final cuff. fig 9
Take the sleeve and sew one row of gathers at 0.5 cm and the second row at 1.5 cm on the bottom part. Sew at a great pace and leave long tails of thread for gathering. fig 10
Place the bottom of the sleeve that is going to be gathered to the top of the outer cuff right, side to right side.
Gently pull on the two ends of the thread on the wrong side-the fabric will gather along the thread. fig 11
When all the gathers are in place, sew the sleeve and cuff together, using a 1 cm seam allowance. Press the seam gently
Turn under the seam allowance of the under cuff and pin in place around the cuff edge, taking care to insert the seam allowance inside the cuff. Make sure the two leading front edges of the cuff are symmetrical.
Use a flat top stitch to secure the under cuff at the cuff edge. Sew at 0.5 cm. fig 12
Between the sleeve notches, insert two rows of gather stitches, one row at 0.5 cm from the raw edge and the second row at 1.5 cm. Sew at a great pace; fig 13
Place the sleeve into the armhole, right side to right side. Match the notches and the underarm seams. Pull up the gathers to make the sleeve head fit the armhole. Pin from the sleeve side.
Sew the sleeve in the armhole at 1 cm from the raw edge. press gently and remove the second gather stitch. Overlock the seam
Make 2 buttonholes on the upper side of the cuff at the point indicated by the pattern markings. Sew the buttons on the underside of the cuff.
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