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Pattern Favourites: Blouses

The temperature is rising and the days are getting longer, summer is definitely on its way! We love to plan our summer wardrobes and next to dreaming up pretty dresses we want to make some separates too. A blouse is the perfect garment to make in a light weight cotton or a beautiful drapey rayon, silk or crepe. The options are of course endless and we have gathered some of our favourite blouse patterns for you to peruse.

Pattern: Burda Style 7316

A classic white shirt never goes out of style! Sew this wardrobe staple with or without a bib front and you can also play with different colours for the collar and cuffs. This style would also be amazing in a floral cotton lawn for summer!

Pattern: Vogue 8772

We could not leave out a classic pussy bow blouse in this little collection of blouses! It’s such a timeless design and it would be stunning when sewed up in chiffon or silk. This pattern has different collar, sleeves and hem variations.

Pattern: Burda Style 6458

This loose fitting blouse will perfectly showcase your fabric. This pattern has a round neckline and overcut shoulders. You can choose from 3 different types of sleeves and blouse view B features elastic at the hem.

Pattern: Simplicity 8789

This blouse looks like a normal top but it’s actually a bodysuit with a snap crotch closure. Perfect for tucking into a skirt or trousers, everything will just stay in place. The pattern has different front and sleeve variations and gathers to give you that perfect tucked in look.

Pattern: Burda Style 6838

This beautiful wrap style top is casual, smart and trendy. It comes with two different lengths and the beautiful front will look stunning in a medium weight drapey fabric.

Pattern: Simplicity 8445

This 1950’s Vintage blouse with cummerbund has a very interesting design with lots of customisation options. The front and collar are cut in one, the back is gathered to a deep yoke with grown on sleeves. You can choose between 3 different sleeve styles with different finishes at the hem.

Pattern: Simplicity 8506

This pattern features a 1930 style set of sleeves which allows you to add any of these sleeves to blouses and other pattern bodices! The pattern includes 8 different sleeve styles and a guide to match sleeves to bodice patterns.

Pattern: New Look 6451

This pattern gives you lots of different options so you can make a variety of great tops for all occasions. We’re currently seeing statement sleeves everywhere and with this pattern you would be bang on trend!

Pattern: Burda 6632 

This blouse pattern has some beautiful gathered details on the front and back. The loose fitted style would be perfect for hot summer days when sewed up in a light breathable fabric.