Basis For A Peasant Blouse In 30 Minutes

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Basis For A Peasant Blouse In 30 Minutes
Basis For A Peasant Blouse In 30 Minutes

Video: Basis For A Peasant Blouse In 30 Minutes

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Video: How to make a peasant blouse 2023, January
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Summer is the time for new things. The motto “to sew sundresses and light dresses from chintz” will never become outdated!

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Let us today, right now, as I did, spend only half an hour and make ourselves a pattern by the standards - the basis for the "peasant woman" style. Then, on the basis of this elementary pattern, you can quickly and beautifully sew yourself a lot of necessary things - a blouse, another one with strings in the front. dress. a tunic for summer trousers, a light evening dress for a reception outside the city ….. Fantasy is endless and I will show you several options at the end of the lesson.

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Here, see how our pattern will roughly look - in total we need to model one detail for the front / back, one detail for the sleeves.

To build a pattern, we take only seven measurements. All of them can be done by herself, I checked%).

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1) Shoulder width

2) breast volume - full

3) the length of the product from the armpit

4) waist circumference - full (for elastic)

5) the width of the sleeve at the wrist (for elastic)

6) sleeve width across the forearm

7) the length of the sleeve from the shoulder (I will make the sleeve on the ¾)

The next step is to design a pattern.

Front and back

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1.measure the bottom line with a width of 75% of the chest volume

2. We draw a line up perpendicular to the length of item 3 + 15 cm

3. Set aside 11 cm from the upper border and draw a line at an angle of 45 degrees, line length 15 cm

4. Set aside another 10 cm and complete the pattern. It looks like a schematic drawing of a glass jar with a lid - this will be a drawing of the back and front. We measure the width of the highest back / front line.

We start designing the sleeves from the top.

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5. How to calculate the size of the sleeve head - take item 5 (product width) + another quarter of this number (I got 138), subtract two widths of the upper front or back (n 4) from the resulting number and divide the remainder by two. The resulting number is the width of the uppermost part of the sleeve.

6. Set aside this number on the pattern, measure down 10 cm, as on the front / back.

7. Then, just like on the front / back, set aside (this time down, as we go from top to bottom) 11 cm and draw a line at an angle of 45 degrees. It remains to set aside and draw the sleeve in length. Check the resulting sleeve width - it should not be narrower than point 5 of your measurements.

The pattern is ready! You can cut and start sewing. First, we sew the upper "oblique" parts of the parts, fold them in half, make a drawstring for the gate. You can pull a ribbon, a homemade cord twisted from two multi-colored strands of floss or yarn into the drawstring, or just insert an elastic band. Then we sew the side seams. The last swing of the needle - we make a drawstring on the sleeves (if you wish, you can leave the sleeves wide - this also has its own charm), we pull the elastic into it, and hem the hem of the product.

If desired and to taste, we decorate with embroidery, appliqués, paint with paint or felt-tip pens on the fabric.

Here, in order to give a boost to your inspiration, are several models, made on the basis of the "peasant woman".

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And how do you like this option, with a wide frill at the top?

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