The Lotte Blouse Pattern
The Lotte Blouse is an off-the-shoulder top that can be easily sewn up in an afternoon by a Beginner/Intermediate sewer. It has a ruffled elasticated neckline with three-quarter length sleeves. Although this is a fairly basic design, there are so many creative ways you could make this blouse unique. Add several inches to the sleeve length for long sleeves during cooler months, or cut them shorter for puffy sleeves in the summertime. You could lengthen the hem and instantly transform this blouse into a dress or a tunic. The possibilities really are endless!
If you make the Lotte Blouse, I would absolutely love to see pictures! Please feel free to share images to my Flickr group (www.flickr.com/groups/annaallenpatterns) or send me a message with pictures of your creation(s) using my sewing patterns.
SEWING LEVEL: This pattern is appropriate for Beginner/Intermediate sewers.
Length from neckline ( approximately 4" off the shoulder) to hem (measured on size XS): 17"
Sizes included in this pattern (Lotte Blouse):
0-XS: 32" Bust
2-S: 33.5" Bust
4-S: 35" Bust
6-M: 36.5" Bust
8-M: 38" Bust
10-L: 39.5" Bust
12-L: 41" Bust
You can purchase this pattern in my Etsy Shop and you will automatically receive a link to download the pattern files after payment. Please contact me if you have any questions!
PRINTING YOUR PDF SEWING PATTERN
After downloading the files to your computer, you can print out the pattern using your home printer. The pattern pages are formatted to fit US standard page size (8.5” x 11”) as well as A4 page size (8.26” x 11.69”). Be sure the printer settings are set to “actual size” and only print the first page that includes the 1” test line before printing the rest of the pattern. Measure the 1” line with a ruler to be sure the pattern pages will print accurately. If the measurements are correct, go ahead and print the entire pattern. Assemble the printed pattern by cutting out the pattern pieces and matching them together by the letters and numbers that are marked on each pattern (“1A” to “1A”, “1B” to “1B” etc.) and then taping them together.