Vikisews

Vikisews Deborah Blouse

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Buy the Deborah Blouse sewing pattern from Vikisews. Deborah is a semi-fitted blouse with an accentuated waist. The front features princess seams and the back has waist darts and a centre seam. The shoulder dart on the back bodice has been transferred to the neckline. The front neckline is deep, square-shaped, and finished with a facing. The sleeve is set-in, short and voluminous, and the sleeve cap has overlapping pleats. The bottom of the sleeve is gathered and finished with a narrow cuff. The blouse fastens with an invisible zipper in the centre back seam. Deborah is hip length.

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

– PAPER (next working day dispatch on orders and FREE UK delivery over £50). Includes all sizes for 5’5″ height (option 2 in the size chart). 

NOTE: THE PAPER PATTERN DOES NOT INCLUDE PRINTED INSTRUCTIONS. YOU MUST DOWNLOAD THE INSTRUCTIONS (AS A PDF FILE) USING A QR CODE ON THE PATTERN SHEETS.

– PDF (available to download immediately after purchase). Your selected size will include all 4 height options. What is a PDF?

If you would like to order a printed A0 copy shop pattern, please complete your PDF purchase, then upload the A0 file for your chosen height hereFor example, to print size 52 in height 4, upload the A0 file labelled '52-4′. Note for designs with linings, you may need to upload two A0 files (one for the garment, and one for the lining)What is Copy Shop?

Suggested fabrics: Heavy silk or cotton suiting, satin, poplin, linen, gabardine, jacquard, light to medium weight denim. The fabric must hold its shape.

The blouse in the photos is made with 100% cotton. This fabric is medium weight, soft, and non-stretch.

Fabric requirements: When purchasing fabric, buy 5% more than required to account for shrinkage.

Main: 140 cm wide fabric: 1.05 – 1.3 m.

Sizing: 34 – 52 (approx. UK 6 – 20, based on our standardised size chart). Please also check the designer’s size chart and finished garment measurements.

Vikisews patterns are designed for a B/C cup.

The PDF pattern includes 4 height options (PAPER pattern includes height 2 only):

Height 1 = 154 – 160 cm (5’1″ – 5’3″)
Height 2 = 162 – 168 cm (5’4″ – 5’6″)
Height 3 = 170 – 176 cm (5’7″ – 5’9″)
Height 4 = 178 – 184 cm (5’10” – 6′1″)

Model Sofia: Height 172 cm (5'8") / Bust 84 cm (33 1/8") / Waist 64 cm (25 1/4") / Hips 90 cm (35 3/8"). Sofia is wearing size 36 in height 3.

Notions: 

– Woven interfacing, 140 cm wide, 0.3 m
– 35 cm invisible zipper
– Matching thread

PDF pattern includes: Instructions; A4 print-at-home pattern (12-18 pages); US letter print-at-home pattern (15-18 pages); plotter pattern (1 sheet); A0 copy shop pattern (1 sheet) // Layers: No // Projector file: No.

Note: The PDF pattern includes all 4 height options. Before cutting, please double check you are using the correct option for your height. For example, to make size 52 in height 4, choose the files labelled '52-4.

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Deborah Blouse

The Deborah pattern is one which didn’t interest me initially. However, the more versions that I saw the more the design appealed – this pattern looks good on most body shapes.

The pattern is quite a simple design fitted through the body with princess seams with puffy statements sleeves. I always thought that puffy sleeves weren’t for me however I’ve found that sleeves with ‘drama’ paired with a simple form-fitting garment reflects my style personality.

More information on my blog about fittings: https://emmasatelierblog.com/2021/02/12/deborah-top/