Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Blouse

I first heard of Happy Homemade vol.2 from Meg. A fantastic recommendation. It is the only pattern book I own. The patterns are easy to make and so simple that they can be amended in many different ways.

This is the blouse on page 4 (c). Made with a very lightweight knit fabric. I have to stop myself from making an entire wardrobe of these.

10 comments:

Heather said...

This is also one of my very favorite pattern books—and I have a lot of them. This is super cute!

kv barn said...

lovely blouse! :)...i think i'll have to get the book :)

Yolanda pandielleando said...

no conocía este libro, voy a investigar! me encanta el estilo de tu niña!

Counterpane said...

What a simple and sweet shirt. I'm going to check out that book right now...

Jo said...

That's a coincidence - this pattern was on my list but only if I can get a couple of other things done first (like the "L") shorts. I may have to move it up the list after seeing your girl's blouse though -it's lovely.

cateoh said...

certainly make a whole wardrobe of this shirt, it's gorgeous and also one of my favourite patterns from that book. I love your use of knit for this version, might have to give that a go.

Suzanne Winter said...

are there pin tucks at the shoulder? This is such a sweet simple line - I'm thinking it would make a great tunic for baby girl.

anu*miki said...

Love this!

Valeria said...

I totally agree with you all the patterns are so simple and so atractive at the same time. I love your version, it looks very comfortable.

Trula said...

Thank you all.

@Jo. Lovely coincidence. I haven't tried the shorts yet, but this is only a question of time, really. The blouse is quick to make.

@cateoh. try it, I think using knit fabric makes it a bit easier to sew.

@suzanne winter. Yes, only a few. I think it would make a lovely tunic for a baby girl.