Margo Blouse PDF Pattern - Blue Dot Patterns

This listing is for a PDF pattern to make the Margo Blouse, a women's set in sleeve blouse in two views. View A has short sleeves and a straight hem and View B has a 3/4 length sleeves with elastic and a curved hem. This pattern is designed for the beginning/intermediate sewer. The package includes step by step instructions with detailed drawings, tiled and layered pattern and copy shop file for large format printing.

Fabric Requirements: View A: 44"/45" Fabric - 2 yards 58"/60" Fabric - 1 1/3 yards View B: 44"/45" Fabric - 2 1/2 yards 58"/60" Fabric - 1 1/2 yards For all views: thread, three 3/4" buttons. For view B: 3/4 yard of 3/8" elastic

PDF pattern includes instructions and tiled pattern. Additional zip file includes "Copy Shop" PDF file for large format printing.

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Enjoy it!

Notes about printing:

For tiled pattern: print test square first to verify printer is calibrated properly. Be sure printer settings are set as "actual" and not "fit to page".

For copy shop file: the paper size is a standard 36"x48" PDF file.

Contains:

  • Sewing Pattern
  • Sizes 4-22
  • For the Beginning/Intermediate sewist
  • US Imperial Measurement/Metric
  • Copy Shop file (A0/US Compatible)
  • Layered/Tiled Pattern (A4 and US Compatible)

Materials you need at home:

  • Fabric View A 44"/45"-2 yards or 58"/60"-1 1/3 yards
  • Fabric View B 44"/45"-2 1/2 yards or 58"/60"-1 1/2 yards
  • Notions: View B 3/4 yard of 3/8" elastic, Thread, 3 - 3/4" buttons, Basic sewing notions fabric scissors, measuring tape, pins, fabric marker,Sewing machine
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I am a wife, mom, pattern designer and sewing teacher in sunny Southern California. I started sewing when I was tiny and haven't stopped since.

Blue Dot Patterns started in 2014 not only out of my love of sewing but from my experience as a sewing teacher. I found that my students were frustrated with commercial sewing patterns.

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