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Petits D’om – Obélie blouse

Sewing pattern Obélie : blouse with a bib and gathers in the front. The front neckline is original with its “rounded square” shape. A slit at the back allows the head to pass through (it can be optional for larger sizes), and is closed by a string or a button. Long sleeves are flared at the bottom and tightened at the cuffs with an elastic for a nice ball shape. You can also sew gathering cap sleeves. This pattern is not difficult to make and is rather fast to sew.

PDF file to download, including : homeprint (A4/US Letter) and copyshot print (A0), layers so you can print only the size you want, instructions booklet and lycra fabric explanation sheet, all in French and in English.

6,90

This product is a PDF file to download. It is protected by copyright, and is for personal use only: unauthorized copying, reproduction or circulation of it is strictly forbidden. Once your order is validated and paid, you will receive an e-mail with link to download it. You have to do this from your laptop, and you can only download it 3 times, so please save it to your computer.
See here how to use PDF sewing patterns

Level : Easy

Sizes : 2 - 16 years

Notions : Main fabric in 140 cm width : from 60 up to 160 cm depending on view and size / Secondary fabric if you choose to cut the bib in a contrasting fabric: 30 cm on width / Thin fabric for the lining of the cap sleeves (mandatory if you edge them with a braid): 10 cm on width / Elastic 0.8 cm width maximum for the bottom of the long sleeves: 34 up to 44 cm / To close the slit: ribbon : 60 cm OR thin round elastic: 6 cm and 1 button 10/12 mm diameter OR 1 hook and eye

 

Fabric suggestion : A slightly heavy, fluid fabric, such as viscose, will give your blouse a very nice finish. You can also sew it in double gauze, Liberty, plumetis, cotton satin, batiste, tencel ... The lining of the cap sleeves must be cut from a fine fabric such as Liberty. If a woven fabric is preferred for the bib, the rest can be sewn in fine jersey with a nice drape (such as viscose, bamboo or linen jersey). Thick jerseys should be avoided, especially for the version with cap sleeves, at the risk of obtaining a coarse rendering. Be careful, however, when mixing stretch and non-stretch fabrics, the model is more difficult to sew.

Petits D’om – Obélie blouse

Sewing pattern Obélie : blouse with a bib and gathers in the front. The front neckline is original with its “rounded square” shape. A slit at the back allows the head to pass through (it can be optional for larger sizes), and is closed by a string or a button. Long sleeves are flared at the bottom and tightened at the cuffs with an elastic for a nice ball shape. You can also sew gathering cap sleeves. This pattern is not difficult to make and is rather fast to sew.

PDF file to download, including : homeprint (A4/US Letter) and copyshot print (A0), layers so you can print only the size you want, instructions booklet and lycra fabric explanation sheet, all in French and in English.

6,90

This product is a PDF file to download. It is protected by copyright, and is for personal use only: unauthorized copying, reproduction or circulation of it is strictly forbidden. Once your order is validated and paid, you will receive an e-mail with link to download it. You have to do this from your laptop, and you can only download it 3 times, so please save it to your computer.
See here how to use PDF sewing patterns

Level : Easy

Sizes : 2 - 16 years

Notions : Main fabric in 140 cm width : from 60 up to 160 cm depending on view and size / Secondary fabric if you choose to cut the bib in a contrasting fabric: 30 cm on width / Thin fabric for the lining of the cap sleeves (mandatory if you edge them with a braid): 10 cm on width / Elastic 0.8 cm width maximum for the bottom of the long sleeves: 34 up to 44 cm / To close the slit: ribbon : 60 cm OR thin round elastic: 6 cm and 1 button 10/12 mm diameter OR 1 hook and eye

Fabric suggestions : A slightly heavy, fluid fabric, such as viscose, will give your blouse a very nice finish. You can also sew it in double gauze, Liberty, plumetis, cotton satin, batiste, tencel ... The lining of the cap sleeves must be cut from a fine fabric such as Liberty. If a woven fabric is preferred for the bib, the rest can be sewn in fine jersey with a nice drape (such as viscose, bamboo or linen jersey). Thick jerseys should be avoided, especially for the version with cap sleeves, at the risk of obtaining a coarse rendering. Be careful, however, when mixing stretch and non-stretch fabrics, the model is more difficult to sew.

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