A Basic Blouse: Butterick 2094

I took advantage of the daylight on Sunday and photographed my first Sew for Victory project. I’m a huge fan of 1940’s blouse patterns. I think they represent a great period in the development of design in women’s separates. Many 1940’s blouses combine elements of hard/soft and  masculine/feminine. While this pattern was designed seven decades ago, it’s incredibly relevant today and, I think, looks rather contemporary. I’m excited to make more versions of this and other 40’s blouse patterns I’ve managed to get a hold of. More photos and pattern info on my blog.  

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3 comments… add one

  • This is lovely! What a great job on the tucks!

  • Really nice, epescially the row of buttons on the back (-:

  • Aaaaw, you look very wonderful! :D


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