Dove Curve blouse pattern

$17.00

Curve PDF pattern sizes 14-30
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Feminine blouse with statement sleeve cuffs. Pattern features loose fit, french darts, v neckline, curved hemline, and three sleeve options.

View A is a blouse with elbow length sleeves. View B is a blouse with flared sleeves. View C is a blouse with bell sleeves.

Skill: 2/5

Sizing: Curve 14-30 (digital PDF only). See our sizing chart here

Looking for sizes 0-20? Click here.

PDF pattern details

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Your PDF pattern purchase includes the following files:

  • Digital Instruction Booklet US letter size / 9 pages
  • Digital Instruction Booklet A4 size / 9 pages
  • Print at Home Pattern US letter size / 46 pages
  • Print at Home Pattern A4 size / 46 pages
  • US Copy shop 36x48" / 2 pages
  • A0 Copy Shop Pattern / 2 pages

Please note that not all files need to be printed, only the ones that correspond to your chosen printing method and pattern variation.

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    Customer Reviews

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
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    Nina
    I am flabbergasted

    I have never found a pattern before where I had to do absolutely no adjustments! At 6’0”, busty, and with big shoulders, this one fits beautifully and is flattering. The darts are even in the correct place. I have already made two and am plotting some more fitted knit versions for summer. It even works well sleeveless!

    C
    Charlene Gallaty
    Nice pattern with some good variations possible

    I made this with just some Calico cotton as a test. The pattern feels true to size, and the directions are good. I will make my first "real" top with a lighter weight viscose, as the cotton was too stiff and looked like a medical "scrub" top.
    One of my favorite sewing teachers (YouTube - Lifting Pins and Needles) made this pattern twice and the second time she showed how to flare out the short sleeve.
    My only issue was some difficulty following the cutting lines as they converged in a few areas (like the the dart area) while tracing the pattern. I prefer to keep the original pattern intact when it shows multiple sizes, so I trace the pattern on vellom.

    J
    Janice
    Lovely top

    I really like how this top fits and feels. I made it in a double gauze and will probably make it in something a bit more floaty as a second time. Some of the things I really liked were the sleeves. I hated the neckline - there must be an easier way of fitting it together? Also the hem facing seems a waste of time, I ended up taking it off and just putting in a small hem.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
    33%
    (1)
    67%
    (2)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    N
    Nina
    I am flabbergasted

    I have never found a pattern before where I had to do absolutely no adjustments! At 6’0”, busty, and with big shoulders, this one fits beautifully and is flattering. The darts are even in the correct place. I have already made two and am plotting some more fitted knit versions for summer. It even works well sleeveless!

    C
    Charlene Gallaty
    Nice pattern with some good variations possible

    I made this with just some Calico cotton as a test. The pattern feels true to size, and the directions are good. I will make my first "real" top with a lighter weight viscose, as the cotton was too stiff and looked like a medical "scrub" top.
    One of my favorite sewing teachers (YouTube - Lifting Pins and Needles) made this pattern twice and the second time she showed how to flare out the short sleeve.
    My only issue was some difficulty following the cutting lines as they converged in a few areas (like the the dart area) while tracing the pattern. I prefer to keep the original pattern intact when it shows multiple sizes, so I trace the pattern on vellom.

    J
    Janice
    Lovely top

    I really like how this top fits and feels. I made it in a double gauze and will probably make it in something a bit more floaty as a second time. Some of the things I really liked were the sleeves. I hated the neckline - there must be an easier way of fitting it together? Also the hem facing seems a waste of time, I ended up taking it off and just putting in a small hem.

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