Josie Blouse : Sewing Pattern (PDF)

£8.50

Includes A4,US Letter, and A0 PDFs. All with layering functionality.

A trio of pretty pleats run over the shoulder and down into the sleeve. They then open up to a floaty bishop sleeve finishing with extended cuffs.

Try the layered function in the PDFs. It lets you turn on/off your chosen size(s) before printing.

Check out the description below for fabric type suggestions & how to print a PDF pattern

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Description

Sizes in pattern

Bust: 31″, 33″, 35″, 37″, 39″, 41″, 43″

Fitting tips for larger busts: If your Full Bust (the measurement around the largest part of your chest) is more than 2.5″ larger than your High Bust, then your High Bust should be used to get the best overall fit across your neckline and shoulders. To get your High Bust measurement, run the tape measure around your body, directly under your underarms. You would then do a “Full Bust Adjustment (FBA)” to properly fit your chest.


Josie Gallery

Looking for some inspiration for your Josie Blouse? Click here to check out the Josie Blouse Gallery.

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What You’ll Need

Fabric suggestions:
A viscose, rayon, crepe, georgette, or any light to medium weight woven fabric with a nice drape.

Fabric requirements: (See size chart in image gallery above)
Sizes Ava – Cara you will need 1.5m (of 55"/1.4m wide fabric)
Sizes Dee – Gia you will need 2m (of 55"/1.4m wide fabric)

Other materials
Fusible Interfacing: 35cm x 30cm, x6 3/8” (10mm) buttons


Included in Josie Blouse PDF purchase:

  • A4 (print at home) PDF – 25 pages
  • US Letter (print at home) PDF – 30 pages
  • A0 (copy shop) PDF
  • Pattern instructions PDF

A gorgeous pattern with detailed instructions and plenty of help if you need it!

Please note: You will not receive any paper materials with this option, however, if you would prefer a physical copy click here to view the paper version.


How to Use PDF Sewing Patterns

A PDF pattern lets you print the pattern yourself (use A4/US Letter for this) or send to a copy shop(A0 size).

First of all, for print at home options, print only page 1 and check the box measures 10cm x 10cm. When you print the pattern, print at 100% (make sure it isn’t scaling). If this measurement is correct you can print the remaining pages. Assemble by cutting along the dotted lines & tape the pages together.

If you send your file to a copy shop for an A0 version they will print it for you on a large piece of paper similar to if you had bought the paper pattern.

As soon as you’ve purchased the PDF pattern you will receive an email with the link to your PDFs and the instructions.