This is yet another item in the September collection – I am sooo behind schedule with the Claire dress not done yet. Next month I will be even busier than this month, and I think I won’t have much time to invest in pattern making that I am addicted to.
OK, enough with whining. I am introducing the Amy bat-wing top pattern, which is initially sketched with the Sarah skirt.
And this is it in 3D simulation. I am really happy with the way it turns out to be in reality:
Do you think that this pattern is quite versatile? You can make it with thin or thick fabric, and the prints are all up to you!
This Amy top pattern is created in layered PDF format.
The pattern is made using layered PDF, please check for your desired size before printing so you won’t waste your paper. If you still do not know how to print a layered PDF, please check for the instruction here.
You can print this using your home printer and A4/Letter paper. I calculated the printing area so that you will be able to use either type of paper to print the pattern out perfectly. Always print the first page first and check with the test square if you are printing at the right scale before you print out the whole pattern.
After taping down all the pages following the instruction, the pattern pieces will look like this:
There are 5 pattern pieces to be cut as follows:
A. Front – 1pcs
B. Back – 1pcs
C. Cuff – 2pcs
D. Front facing – 1pcs + Fusible interfacing – 1pcs
E. Back facing – 1pcs + Fusible interfacing – 1pcs
You can replace Front facing and Back facing with bias tape. I recommend you to use bias tape when you choose knit fabric, it will help you to get a more secure and flatter neckline.
This is the link to download this pattern: Amy bat-wing top (XXS to 5XL)
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