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You Will Need:

Fabric width 110 cm

EU 34-40/UK 6-12/US 2-8  2.0 m

EU 42-48/UK 14-20/US 10-16  2.2 m

Fabric width 140 cm

EU 34-40/UK 6-12/US 2-8  1.3 m

EU 42-48/UK 14-20/US 10-16 1.5 m

Thread.

1 button.

 Interfacing 20 cm. 

No. 3 Kastrup - Version 2


A classic blouse with a princess cut,raglan sleeve, round neckline, extra width and a yoke on the back. This is a perfect basic blouse with a lightly fitted shape.


Fabric choice:

Light to medium weight woven fabric. Cotton, Silk, Wool, Viscose, Cupro, Linen or Polyester The final look of the garment will depend on the type of fabric you choose. Not suitable for jersey.

Find Your Size:

Take your measurement according to the measurement chart. Choose the size closest to your measurement see measurement chart here

Fitting:

We recommend that you always make a muslin before you cut the fashion fabric, to make sure your finished style will fit you perfectly. Find the fitting guide right here.


Cutting Fabric


On each pattern piece you will find a capital letter. On the cutting layout plan, you will find the same capital letters so that you can easily see which pattern pieces to use for the view you have chosen.

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Sewing


NB! The Pattern Has 1 Cm Seam Allowances Included, Unless Otherwise Noted.

  1.    Cut all your pieces in fabric and interfacing

2.    Press the interfacing to the pattern piece B & G.

3.    Overlock to finish the long edges on your facings

Sew The Blouse

4.    Sew front-side pieces together with CF pieces, right sides together. Pin the pieces according to the notches indicated on the pattern.

5.   Overlock to finish the seams.Press the seam allowance towards front.

6.    Overlock side seams and CB seam, separately.

7.    Sew CB seam, right sides together, up to the notch. Press the seam open.

8.    Sew front neck facing and front piece together in the neckline, right sides together.

9.    Sew back neck facing and back piece together in the neckline, right sides together

10. Hem back piece, by folding 1 cm x 1 cm, and stitch along the edge.

11. Pair the back-yoke pieces two by two. Sew with right sides together the neckline and CB. Turn and press.

12. Place the two yokes onto the back piece, right sides together and sew.

13. Overlock to finish the seams. Press the seam allowance downwards.

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 Sew The Sleeves

14. Sew the back and front sleeves together in the shoulder seam, right sides together. Now you have 4 pieces in total.

15.   Paired the sleeves two by two, right sides together. sew in the bottom line. Understitch on one side, be sure to make one for the right side and one for the left side.

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16.    Sew the sleeves together at the neckline, right sides together.

17.    Understitch the and clip notches to the seam allowances

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NB! Now You Have Two Doubled Layered Sleeves.

18. Sew the front sleeves, by placing the sleeve at the neckline with right sides together. Fold the facing over the sleeve and sew. Cut the corners. See guide

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19. Turn the sleeve and neck facing.

20. Sew back sleeve and back piece, right sides together. Be careful an very precise wen sewing the neckline

21. Sew the side seam, right sides together. Press the seam open.

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22. Hem the blouse at front, fold up with 2 cm. fold hem around the back piece. Machine stitch or make an invisible catch stitch

23. Sew the sleeve facing onto the body, right sides together.

24. Overlock body/armhole seam together.

25. Understitch the facing and clip notches to the seam allowances.

26. Attach the facing in the seam allowance under the arm, and the neck facing back, by hand.

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27. Overlock the bottom and hem with an invisible stitch or a narrow hem.

28. Sew in a small button for closing, and make a hand knitted loop.