New Look

New Look Tops N6707

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Buy the N6707 tops sewing pattern from New Look. It’s perfect for an advanced beginner/intermediate dressmaker. V-neck button-front blouses, with or without ruffled collar. Sleeves are pleated at shoulder seam and finished with band or elasticated, with ruffles. Designed for woven fabrics.

This sewing pattern is available to buy in the following format:

– PAPER (next working day dispatch on orders and FREE UK delivery over £50)

Suggested fabrics: Chambray, Cotton Lawn, Cotton Blends, Crepe de Chine, Dotted Swiss, Gingham, Linen Blends, Poplin, Shirtings.

Note: Extra fabric maybe needed to match plaids, stripes, one-way designs fabrics or shrinkage.

Sizing: A (4-6-8-10-12-14-16) which is approx. UK sizes A (4 – 12) based on our standardised size chart. Please also check the designer's size chart and finished garment measurements.

Notions: Thread. A,B: Five 1/2" (1.3cm) buttons. B: 1/2yd. (0.50cm) of 1/4" (6mm) wide elastic.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Candy cane New Look 6707

It’s quite thrilling to be one of the first people to review a pattern. When you search for hashtag inspiration on insta and get photos of planes instead of patterns, you know you’re going to be one of the first haha. New Look 6707 is a sweet v-neck blouse that has an optional oversized ruffle collar and puff sleeves finished with a hem band. It was only recently released and taps into that trend of statement collars we can’t seem to escape right now.

I really liked the pattern but was scared whether the collar would be too big for my narrow shoulders. I thought the only way to know for sure would be to sew up a wearable toile. I chose a polycotton gingham that I had in my stash from Minerva. It was originally for a sweet 50s dress but I decided I wanted a smaller print for that project.

The collar involves a fair bit of gathering to make that ruffle but it’s so sweet when finished. I cut my collar as the pattern recommended with a straight grain line arrow position. This means the front ends up on the bias of the gingham creating an eye-catching effect.

For the sleeves I already knew I couldn’t pull off the pleated sleeve caps. I tried that with my unfinished Sasha McCall’s dress which, yep you’ve guessed it, I didn’t finish for that reason. So on the tissue I folded out the pleats for a smooth sleeve cap while keeping the volume in the lower part of the sleeve. These sleeves remind me of the 70s McCall’s blouse I made recently.

Even with a wearable toile I couldn’t resist ensuring a good pattern match. But I think the fabric isn’t right for this design on me. It’s too sugary sweet for my liking and again, the print is too big. I’m going to make it again with a little more length in the body and a plain fabric or less oversized print.

I’ll probably still wear this during summer don’t get me wrong! Have you been tempted by this pattern?