£9.00 – £18.00
Buy the Camas Blouse sewing pattern from Thread Theory. Enjoy the unrestricted comfort of a t-shirt and the put together elegance of a blouse. This blouse is designed to be COMFORTABLE and can be sewn in knits or stretch fabrics. It features shoulder and back yokes, elegant gathering, and a flattering curved v-shaped neckline placket.
The gathers create a flattering shape that is loose enough to float over the body rather than cling to it. The delicately curved hem can be tucked into trousers and skirts or can be left loose to float over skinny jeans. The slim sleeves end just below the elbow to create the perfect multi-season blouse. Instructions detail how to create a variety of closures – learn how to add buttonholes to a knit placket, add snaps, or create a pull over blouse and skip button holes entirely. Fabric requirements are included for both a colour-blocked blouse and a blouse made from one fabric.
Fabric suggestions: Lightweight knits or stretch fabrics with considerable drape. Great choices include stretch silk, stretch chiffon, jersey, cotton knits, bamboo knits or rayon knit blends.
Fabric requirements (for blouse cut from one fabric): 115 cm/45″ wide fabric: sizes 0-8, 1.7 m/1.8 yards; sizes 10-18, 1.8 m/2 yards // 150 cm/60″ wide fabric: sizes 0-8, 1.3 m/1.4 yards; sizes 10-18, 1.4 m/1.5 yards.
Sizing: US 0 – 18 (approx. UK 6 – 20). Please check the size chart and finished garment measurements.
Notions: Five snaps or five 1/2″ (1.3 cm) shirt buttons; 0.9 m/1.0 yards lightweight knit interfacing (51 cm/20″ wide).
This sewing pattern is available in PAPER and PDF formats. The PDF pattern will be available immediately for download after purchase.
PDF pattern includes: A detailed instruction booklet containing step-by-step instructions and diagrams; a print-at-home PDF pattern on 20 pages (suitable for both letter and A4 size paper); a print shop PDF pattern suitable for 36″ wide roll feed printers; a print shop PDF pattern suitable for A0 paper.
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