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oakridge blouse by sewaholic patterns

Introducing the next pattern… the Oakridge Blouse!

I’m excited to introduce our second new pattern for 2015, the Oakridge Blouse! The Oakridge Blouse is a modern take on the bow blouse. It also includes a collarless version without the bow. Originally when I was working on this design, I wanted to include all of these variations in the Granville Shirt, but it worked […]

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Nani Iro Peplum Top

This project started with the fabric first, which I love! I bought enough yardage for a top, then I looked for a pattern that would work with what I had in mind. The pattern is Burda 6977, a peplum top, dress and skirt. This is the top (obviously) and I think I’d like to make […]

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Green Floral Belcarra Blouse

Another Belcarra Blouse! This is made from vintage rayon that I bought through Etsy about three years ago. I intended to make a forties vintage-style dress but realized it was so narrow, it wouldn’t work for the dress I had in mind. It’s just enough for a Belcarra Blouse though! Try and ignore the massive […]

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Alternative Sewing Methods for the Belcarra Blouse

With sewing, there often are many different ways to achieve the same result. Some methods are easier to sew, some methods work better for different fabrics and some methods are simply a matter of personal preference. Whenever a pattern goes through testing, I get a ton of feedback from the testers. Some of it results […]

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Golden Belcarra Blouse

Here’s another version of the Belcarra Blouse. It’s made from soft cotton voile that I thought I bought on holidays, but according to my blog post I didn’t. Now that I think about it, I admired it at Bolt Fabric Boutique in Portland but didn’t buy it and found it later on, at Spool of […]

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Now In Stock: The Belcarra Blouse Pattern!

The Belcarra Blouse pattern is here! First introduced here, the pattern itself is in stock and ready to ship. I’m super excited about this wonderful blank canvas top. There are no darts so it’s a great pattern to embellish. How about some sashiko embroidery on the blouse front piece? Or, cut the blouse front from […]

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