FREE SEWING PATTERN: Scallop Top
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I wanted to make a scallop neckline for a while, so I am happy to see it coming to life with this design.I, first, thought about a dress…but it seems to me as it went to vintage looking; nothing wrong about it, but it was not me completely. I believe that the top makes more sense to my own wardrobe. In any case I added the dress for you if you would like to try it as well 😉
This top was made in collaboration with Fort Worth Fabric Studio. They have been great supporting my blog and giving me the opportunity to make this project.
Click here for the Measurement Chart
This will be the layout of your pattern:
It will print 16 pages.Wait until all the pages are printed before taking them from the printer; it will make it easier to assemble.When finish printing, place the pages as the layout below. Then use tape to put them together. Now cut the pieces.
This will print 32 pages, but you can surely skip from number 27 to 32.
20: Light Green
For 45” wide fabric: 1 1/2 yard
For 45” wide fabric: 2 1/4 yards
Place Front and back bodice together and close sides and shoulders. Create the bodice front and back darts by following the printed pattern
Place front and back together and close the sides. Attach to the top.
Peplum: Place front and back pieces together and close the sides. Attach to the waistband area.
Fold the peplum and stitch the side seams.
Facing: Place front and back pieces together and close the sides.
Create the hemline on the peplum.
Turn around and iron flat. Repeat with the armhole facing