June 21, 2010

Peasant Top Pattern

EDIT: Totally forgot to tell you! This dress/top/whatever you want it to be is1
2T-3T
Ask and we shall receive!! 
This is my first ever pattern. I am not sure if everything is fine with it. You will have to tell me! 

Please tell me if you have any questions!! I want to make sure that this pattern is easy to use. 
This pattern has 2 pieces, although you only need one.
The actual dress:

Optional 2nd sleeve pattern:

The dress pattern, has everything you need, the body and sleeve. 
Cut out your pieces. I added some length to the pattern in order to make it a dress.
2 sleeves and 2 dress pieces

Sew the sleeves on


Sew the sides up

Make casing for elastic

On this dress I did put elastic in the sleeves, I just don't have a picture.


22 comments:

Michelle said...

I wish I had this pattern last summer :-). I bought the Sewing for Dummies pattern so I could make these for my daughter, and I love it. I have made shirts, modified it to make dresses, made it long-sleeved, etc. What a great resource you've created here!

Andrea @ TheTrainToCrazy.com said...

Very cute! Thanks for the pattern!

casserole said...

I love this style of shirt for little girls! Heck, I love this style of shirt for myself!!

I linked to your pattern and tutorial over at Craft Gossip Sewing:
http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-peasant-top-for-little-girls/2010/06/21/

--Anne

Fiona said...

This looks so gorgeous on your daughter - if only I had a baby girl and not a hulking great 13-year-old boy! Fiona in the UK

A Mom's Choice said...

The pattern isn't showing up on scribed.

Hand Picked Designs said...

I am not sure why it isn't showing up for you. I looked at it this morning and it was working fine. If you want to email me, I can send you the pattern that way. Thanks!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the pattern. What size is it for?

Natalie said...

Very cute! What size is it?

Thanks!

Rebecca said...

Thanks so much! I can't wait to make it.

Lynne said...

What a cute top! Thanks for sharing the pattern. Can you please tell me how big the seams are?

Anonymous said...

I'm having trouble downloading the pattern, could you please send it to me? I'm at rwhearn@shaw.ca

Lynne said...

I'm having trouble downloading the pattern, could you please send it to me? I'm at rwhearn@shaw.ca
Thanks!

Jess from Coolabah said...

Hi there, I am really keen to have a go at making this dress for my 4yo daughter but am having trouble downloading it, could you please email it to me?

blessedwithabunch said...

Hi I'm having trouble downloading as well, could you please email it to me? Thanks, goeasy5@triad.rr.com

Anonymous said...

I made a top this evening and it turned out very cute. Thank you! I decided to use the optional sleeve pattern and although I was able to make it work, I am a bit baffled by the outer edge of the sleeves. It is curved making the sleeve shorter at the shoulder than in the underarm and also making it difficult to hem without bunching. Am I missing something?
Thanks,
K.A.

Susy said...

Thank you for the pattern, what is the seam allowance? I am about to start my project, I will show you the result.Thanks!

Susy said...

Thank you for the pattern, what is the seam allowance? I am about to start my project, I will show you the result.Thanks!

Ashley from the Canyon said...

Susy, the seam allowance is not given in this pattern, so make it whatever you are comfortable with! Whether it be 1/4" or 1/2". Have fun, and I am excited to see your results! Ashley

Susy said...

Thanks Ashley! I ended up using 1/2 inch. I just posted pics of my daughter's dress: http://eliana0204.blogspot.com/

Thanks for the pattern!!!

AnotherNight82 said...

Hi ! I love it ! I've been having trouble finding a tunic version for my toddler. I was wondering if you would consider making/posting an additional step to the one you made. I'm trying to figure out how to make that cute top you made but with an elastic fitted waist maybe even almost empire to create a type of tunic look. ex:

top fitted around the waist like this

http://www.etsy.com/listing/57199483/sunshine-tunic-top-or-dress-pdf-sewing?ref=sr_gallery_19&sref=&ga_search_query=tunic+shirt+pattern&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_ship_to=US&ga_order=price_asc&ga_page=20&ga_listing_id=62600782&ga_search_type=all&ga_facet=

but with this shape (cap sleeves-I like this dress link below but want to learn how to replace the sewn on ribbon with hidden elastic like the first dress above)

http://www.etsy.com/listing/62600782/the-perfect-little-party-dress-pattern?ref=sr_gallery_26&sref=&ga_search_submit=&ga_search_query=tunic+sewing+pattern&ga_order=price_asc&ga_ship_to=US&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_page=36&ga_search_type=all&ga_facet=

I tried finding a pattern and can't seem to find one anywhere either for free or for sale and have even tried googling children's tunic tutorial and children's peasant top tutorial and still can't seem to find one that isn't loose or has a ribbon around the waist (I want it to be comfy to take off and put on with an elastic waist.

I'm not sure if you even have the time or enough people who'd like to see it, but please consider it ! (basically your tutorial is almost done with the exception of the hidden/inside elastic waist.).. for a toddler to be able to wear it with jeans or leggings so more of a top than a dress but tunic like in length.

Anonymous said...

Having trouble downloading :( Could you please email me pattern? Please? Looks gorgeous, can't wait to make..
cirquedamore@hotmail.com
thanks:)

jaytea said...

How could this pattern be adjusted to fit an adult. There must be a way. Thanks for making this pattern available.
jaytea

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