Do you ever find yourself standing in front of your closet, wondering what to wear? If you're looking for a top that's both stylish and unique, this waist knot wrap blouse pattern is the perfect solution. With its figure-flattering silhouette and pretty details, this blouse is sure to become one of your favorite go-to tops. And best of all, it's easy to sew! Whether you're a beginner or an experienced sewer, you'll have no trouble completing this project. So why not add a little fun and flair to your wardrobe with this adorable blouse? You'll be glad you did!
Sewing Pattern Overview
Waist-knot and wrap style add signature style to this blouse featuring long sleeves and a V neckline
The Crina pattern is great for a beginner sewing enthusiast
Our Pattern: A Look Inside
- 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 your pattern
- Assembling the pattern piece
- Step by Step Instructions with Illustrations
- Sizes that cater to your unique needs, 2-14 (US) / 34-46 (EU)
- A4 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 Blouse Pattern
Is there anything more comforting than sewing your own blouse? Give your wardrobe a touch of grace with our sewing patterns. Let's sew this up!
- Your Crina PDF pattern
- Preferred fabric
- Color matching thread
- 50 cm hidden zipper
- 1 pair of shoulder pads - 2 cm thick
- Reinforcement thread for shoulders and front neckline
- Sewing machine
- 1 cm seam
- 1.4 cm hem
viscose, rayon, silk, light linen, light weight woven fabric
How much fabric do you need for your diy blouse?
In order to make sure you have enough fabric for your project, it is important to calculate the amount of fabric you will need. Based on the table below, you can estimate how much fabric is needed for each size, assuming that the chosen fabric has a useful width of 140-150 cm. Changes in fabric width or design (stripes, plaids, etc.) will require adjustments to placement of patterns. By taking the time to do this calculation before you start your project, you can avoid running out of fabric halfway through.
Check your contraction!
It's important to make sure that the fabric has been properly contracted first. Otherwise, you risk the finished product being a different size than what you were hoping for. The best way to check if a fabric has contraction is to iron it with steam. So, before you start cutting, be sure to contract your fabric first!
How To Sew It!
Sewing A Wrapped Blouse - Instructions
- Apply interlining on the 2 parts of the back facings
- Iron the reinforcing thread (1cm wide) on the shoulders of the back patterns and on the front on the neckline, starting from the shoulder to the waist notch (you can also use this stripes of interlining)
- Overlock the inner edges of the face (neckline), as well as the semicircle in the waist area.
- Overlock the back pieces, center and sides
- In the free space(the side <), the right chest is inserted, up to half, thus creating the knot. Then sew the right side of the bust in the semicircle area. Iron the seams
- Bend and sew the neckline seam allowance according to the notch on the shoulder and iron to the waist.
- Take the left chest and sew the semicircle (<) to the notch, leaving a free space.
- Fold the folds on the sides of the faces
- Apply the facing on the 2 back parts
- Sew the shoulders, overlock the seam allowance and iron
- A flattening seam is sewn at 2mm through the plate and the 2seam allowances
- Bend inwards the hem of the sleeves according to the notches, sew them and iron.
- Sew the sleeves in the armhole, taking care to meet the notches, overlock and iron
- Close the sleeves and the blouse on the side, starting from the end of the sleeve to the end of the blouse, overlock and iron the seam
- Sew the center back seam, starting from the zipper notch - down.
- Sew the hidden zipper
- Dress the shoulder pads in the cover and apply them on the edge of the shoulder, with a hand stitch
- Turn the hem of the blouse 1 cm inwards and sew around, starting from the waist
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