Welcome back to the 1970s! This cute little Peasant Blouse is sure to bring back memories of tie-dyed tee shirts, headbands, and bell bottomed jeans! It looks great over leggings or jeans. So put a flower in your hair and let's get stitching!!!
Recommended Fabrics: cotton gauze or light to very light weight woven fabric such as batiste or cotton lawnSupplies Needed:
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
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Sews up quick and easy, looks really nice when complete Love it
I made this cute peasant top with some retro-looking embroidery for my Julie doll using just plain muslin. It's a really cute top, and goes together easily. A quick sew!
The updated version of the Peasant Blouse is easy to use. I've made it with both crinkle cotton (I couldn't find cotton gauze, but this was similar and had some "give" to it) as well as cotton. It sews up very quickly and easily. These shirts can be made with a fat quarter, so they're a great stash-buster. If using a fat quarter, you'll even have a big strip left over that you can use to trim cuffs on matching pants or use for a headband or hair tie. This pattern is lots of fun. I plan on using it again and again!
i have wanted a pattern like that for a long time--really like it