Alors j’ai décidé de récidiver avec la blouse CAMAS by Thread & Theory pour sa coupe et surtout pour l’empiècement agrémenté des fronces ;)))
A few months ago that this superb tartan viscose by Anna Ka Bazaar was on the top of my pile of sewing fabrics;)))) From the first rays of sun, I decided to make a blouse but why ???? I have long thought the Martha blouse by RDC already realized silk Sonia Rykiel and I had the urge to sew a workpiece and exit the basic because the intense blue color associated with tartan need to be valued.
So I decided to re-offend with CAMAS blouse by Thread & Theory for the to cut, and especially yoke embellished ruching;)))
Level : Intermediate – Timing : 4 hours – Cost : €€€
I love the faux leather inserts and must say that combining a lightweight viscose was a test, in fact I always try to focus on two tissues of the same thickness for perfect harmony. Surprise !!! It happens;))) This is the black cotton piping that will maintain the existing two tissues.
Unlike my first Camas blouse in gown chiffon, I realized only the yoke on the front to highlight the intense blue. So I inserted the same black cotton piping on the back to enhance the gathers. Besides, I added the gathers on the front compared to the first interpretation, since viscose chiffon ready better than doubled it;)) Thus, I need to add 1 inch aroud the sleeves for more confort.
The most time consuming phase remains laying the parmenture around the blouse, especially as the edges are rounded. Therefore this requires patience and attention to detail.
This time I did not put button because it weighed down the blouse, so I made a stitching to sew the two pieces on the front.
Tip: Use a cotton piping to maintain optimal viscose and leatherette way.
Pattern: CAMAS Blouse by Thread & Theory (11$ can in pdf)