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Molly Schoolgirl Blouse: 3 mos. - 8 years

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Author Peek-a-Boo Pattern Shop
Price $7.95
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by Rodway, Holly
on September 8th, 2013

“Very sweet little blouse. First time using piping but the instructions were well written so it wasn't as tricky as anticipate and I love the detailing of it. Overall I love how this blouse looks and will be making some more!”

The Molly Schoolgirl Blouse is the perfect finishing touch to any outfit. The Molly features a button-up front, Peter Pan collar, puffed sleeves and accent piping. It pairs perfectly with the Molly Schoolgirl Skirt.

Pattern comes with a full tutorial and color photos in an easy-to-print PDF. Pattern pieces are computer-generated and color coded for easy cutting. New to sewing? No problem--the tutorial will walk you through, and if you get stuck, the designer is always available to help you out via e-mail.

Sizes:
3 mos.
6 mos.
12 mos.
18 mos.
2T
3T
4T
5
6
7
8

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1/2- 3/4 yard fabric
1/4 yard interfacing
Buttons
1 Package Piping
Single Fold Bias Tape

by Rodway, Holly
on September 8th, 2013

Very sweet little blouse. First time using piping but the instructions were well written so it wasn't as tricky as anticipate and I love the detailing of it. Overall I love how this blouse looks and will be making some more!

by White, Kristi
on August 2nd, 2013

Cute blouse although the collar is a wee bit fiddly. the directions are fairly straightforward. I did omit the piping because I was using a fairly busy print. The sizing is definitely on the small size. Using the size chart provided my daughter should have needed a 4T I went up to a size 5 to give her some grow room and it was so snug that we couldn't button the bottom buttons. Because she sometimes plays with my tape measure I thought I might have mismeasured the first go round. I checked my tape measure for accuracy and then took a second chest measurement of 23 inches. Just to be on the safe side I cut out out and sewed another in size 7. That was close to perfect size wise although neckline is a little large for my taste. All in all I did like the blouse and will make a few more.

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