Our Favourite Alma Blouses + a discount!

Since Sewaholic Patterns launched in 2010, we’ve released 28 patterns! We thought it would be fun to feature some old favourites on the blog, for a bit of sewing inspiration.  Today we’re throwing it way back to our Alma Blouse!

The Alma is a semi-fitted, feminine blouse with three sleeve options and three neckline options. That’s nine possible variations! That means there is tons of room to customize this blouse to your style or mood, as you’ll see in the versions below.

Here are some much-loved versions from over the years.

Handmade Jane

A Peaceful Cooing Alma by Handmade Jane

Lollipop Garden Crafts

What a beautiful detail shot of this sweet Alma by Lollipop Garden Crafts.

Pinny Pin Pin

I really like the casual styling on this one by Shivani at Pinny Pin Pin (who now has a new blog: Ohh Yellow!)

Sew Busy Lizzy

A Sewaholic Alma in Print by Sew Busy Lizzy

Guthrie Ghani

Jo reviewed our Alma on the Guthrie & Ghani blog!

By Gum By Golly

love Tasha’s simple collarless version on her blog By Gum, by Golly.

Lille Yul

A great version with piping in the collar from the German blog Lille Yul.

I really love seeing how sewists interpret the style of the Alma blouse.. It can go a lot of ways! Sweet, vintage, modern, or even casual and relaxed.

The Alma blouse printed pattern is already on sale in the shop, but we want to give you an extra discount! Take 20% the Alma blouse pattern (both the PDF and printed version) with the code ‘ALMA202016’. You can use this code until the end of the month!

Fine print: Sale ends January 31, 2016 at 11:59pm. Applies to printed paper patterns and PDF patterns. Discount cannot be applied to past orders or orders currently in the system. All sales are final.

 

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5 Responses to Our Favourite Alma Blouses + a discount!

  1. PsychicKathleen January 12, 2016 at 8:56 am #

    I love these blouses and own this pattern but haven’t gotten around to making an Alma yet. Inspiring ideas! I love the opportunity collars give us to get creative with mixing up fabrics – colours and prints.

  2. Mary H. January 12, 2016 at 1:15 pm #

    I bought this pattern way back when, but haven’t made it yet. Thanks for inspiring me to go do it now.

    • Angela January 13, 2016 at 2:41 pm #

      I am the same, I have purchased it but not made an Alma Blouse yet.

  3. FT Haskett January 13, 2016 at 12:31 pm #

    I have this pattern, after seeing these very inspiring examples I think it is time to do something with mine.

  4. Harriet whittle January 16, 2016 at 12:19 pm #

    I love the Alma blouse but don’t think the pattern envelope is very inspiring. I have made several almas, my favourite is a cream double gauze with tiny anchors on it. I never made the belt, just kept it casual to wear with jeans. Love it! Time for a new photo shoot??

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