The Florence – blouse

5 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews)

£6.95

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This is a pattern for the Florence blouse.

A really pretty gathered sleeve style with two variations on the design, the waterfall frill front looks great in print or plain, finish the edge with a narrow ric rac or fancy stitch. For an edgy look try the bow neck detail, a plain fabric will highlight the detail as well as the shaped back yoke and front body seams, topstitch them for extra show.

This style has a cuff with easy pleat fastening which is a great quick and simple way of creating a functional cuff without the extra work of including a split or placket opening.

Make this style in sizes 2Y to 10Y

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Product Description

You are purchasing a PDF file – a fully graded, computer generated pattern and an easy to follow, full colour step-by-step tutorial.  Use the latest version of Adobe Reader to print on any home printer and easily tile together.

Difficulty level: Intermediate – You will need some experience of using patterns, sewing and handling different fabrics, and be competent at using your sewing machine and its different functions.

  • The tutorial shows industry techniques to help you create a professional finish to your garment.
  • Pattern includes seam allowances.
  • A comprehensive body measurement size chart is included.
  • A finished garment measurement chart is included.
  • Pattern is printable in black and white or colour with easy to follow dashed/dotted lines for cutting.
  • A4 and US Letter compatible.
  • All measurements are listed in both metric and imperial.
  • Serger not required

7 reviews for The Florence – blouse

  1. Tasha
    5 out of 5

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    One of the most professional PDF patterns I’ve worked with. All the seams and techniques look a bit intimidating at first, but the instruction walk you through it with no headache at all. It took me way less time than I expected, and I even changed mine up a bit, too! http://glitterandwit.com/2014/11/want-christmas-florence.html

  2. Sara
    5 out of 5

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    I love this pattern! The end result is amazing! The instructions are very very good, thorough and easy to follow. The pattern pieces have notches so you can easily put everything together. And the construction method is super professional. This will definitely be one of my go-to patterns from now on!

  3. Kim
    5 out of 5

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    I love this pattern! The blouse has a very sweet look. I plan to make a bunch! Although it looks like it would be difficult to sew, it was not at all. Very easy and much quicker than I had thought and the result has such a professional look. : )

  4. Toya
    5 out of 5

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    Great pattern for a slim-fit shirt. I particularly like the construction details which taught me methods I hadn’t used before.

  5. Alexis wright
    5 out of 5

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    Great Top Pattern that can be changed up or used as it to make a very stylish trendy blouse. Great and easy to read instructions! Also very helpful illustrations.

  6. Olu
    5 out of 5

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    Oh! how I love this pattern. Anna’s 15 years of experience shines through in the construction of this blouse. I certainly learnt some new tricks.

    I turned my Florence into a dress for Christmas, check it out…

    https://needleandted.wordpress.com/2014/11/17/12-of-the-best-christmas-outfits-for-girls/

  7. Ashley
    5 out of 5

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    The Florence is a beautiful pattern that leaves lots of room for the imagination to run wild. We loooove how you can keep it simple for one look, then go bold with using the flounce. Great job :)

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