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Esther Blouse sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Esther Blouse sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Esther Blouse sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Esther Blouse sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Esther Blouse sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Esther Blouse sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Esther Blouse sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Esther Blouse sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Esther Blouse sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Esther Blouse sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Esther Blouse sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Esther Blouse sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Esther Blouse sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Esther Blouse sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Esther Blouse sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
  • Esther Blouse sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
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    Esther Blouse sewing pattern

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    A feminine blouse sewing pattern for woven fabric in sizes 0-24 / 30-54 with the following  unique design features:

    • PDF pattern printable on paper formats Letter, A4, and A0
    • Wide neckline with a gentle scoop
    • Pleated neckline
    • Gathered neckline
    • Two sleeve lengths
    • Two body lengths
    • Back neck opening with button and slit
    • Straight or curved hem

    📽 SEWING TUTORIAL ON YOUTUBE 📽

    Flip through the images to find fabric requirements and measurements.


    Esther Blouse PDF sewing pattern is a feminine top designed for woven fabric. The blouse pattern has pleats (A) or gathers (B) at the neckline. The back neckline has a button and slit, and the sleeve is gathered or pleated to the cuff. Esther Blouse sewing pattern has two body length options.

    The model is 172 cm tall and wearing a blouse in size 8/38. Flip through the images to find the measurement charts and fabric requirements.

    You might also like the Whisper Blouse

    Skill level 2/4

    The Esther blouse is pleated or gathered to the neckline, and the sleeves have cuffs. You can master both techniques with a little bit of practice.

    What you need to make an Esther Blouse:
    • Woven fabric*
    • Fusible interfacing
    • Buttons
    • sewing thread

    Use woven fabric like cotton voile, viscose, or silk, without stretch. 

        The pattern includes
        • Layers
        • Trimless pages
        • Fully illustrated instructions
        • Metric and imperial measurements
        • A4, and letter paper format
        • A0 printshop format
        • Seam allowances
        • Youtube Video Sew-along

          Printing information

          Measure the size of the square on the first pattern page and check that your printer's scaling is correct (2" x 2" / 5 cm x 5 cm). Use either A4 or Letter and print the document via Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download it here for free.  

          PDF patterns for instant download are easy to use and have some advantages compared to conventional patterns:

          • Buy and download a pattern and be ready to sew in just 30 minutes
          • Print only the sizes you need
          • No overlapping pattern pieces

          All you need is a printer and Adobe Reader installed on your desktop computer. 

          Install Adobe Acrobat reader on your computer, get it here for FREE!

          How to Unzip the PDF patterns after you download.

          How to print PDF patterns in Adobe Reader.

          How to tape the pages of the sewing pattern together

          Find more help via Facebook Wardrobe By Me Pattern Support or contact us directly.

          Product info

          Esther Blouse PDF sewing pattern is a feminine top designed for woven fabric. The blouse pattern has pleats (A) or gathers (B) at the neckline. The back neckline has a button and slit, and the sleeve is gathered or pleated to the cuff. Esther Blouse sewing pattern has two body length options.

          The model is 172 cm tall and wearing a blouse in size 8/38. Flip through the images to find the measurement charts and fabric requirements.

          You might also like the Whisper Blouse

          Skill level 2/4

          The Esther blouse is pleated or gathered to the neckline, and the sleeves have cuffs. You can master both techniques with a little bit of practice.

          What you need to make an Esther Blouse:
          • Woven fabric*
          • Fusible interfacing
          • Buttons
          • sewing thread

          Use woven fabric like cotton voile, viscose, or silk, without stretch. 

              The pattern includes
              • Layers
              • Trimless pages
              • Fully illustrated instructions
              • Metric and imperial measurements
              • A4, and letter paper format
              • A0 printshop format
              • Seam allowances
              • Youtube Video Sew-along

                Printing information

                Measure the size of the square on the first pattern page and check that your printer's scaling is correct (2" x 2" / 5 cm x 5 cm). Use either A4 or Letter and print the document via Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download it here for free.  

                About PDF patterns

                PDF patterns for instant download are easy to use and have some advantages compared to conventional patterns:

                • Buy and download a pattern and be ready to sew in just 30 minutes
                • Print only the sizes you need
                • No overlapping pattern pieces

                All you need is a printer and Adobe Reader installed on your desktop computer. 

                Install Adobe Acrobat reader on your computer, get it here for FREE!

                How to Unzip the PDF patterns after you download.

                How to print PDF patterns in Adobe Reader.

                How to tape the pages of the sewing pattern together

                Find more help via Facebook Wardrobe By Me Pattern Support or contact us directly.

                Customer Reviews

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                Hayley Anderson
                Simple and feminine

                I enjoyed making the Esther and included it in my #sewaprilblouse23 entries.
                I made the gathered version in a linen rayon blend for a lovely drape and soft gathers using some small pearl shank buttons. The outcome being a classic feminine blouse, easy to wear with jeans on the weekend or in the office (I've done both!)
                I made a straight size 52, using the view A bodice length for a lovely curved hem, the 3/4 sleeve which was still bracelet length on me but no problems there at all.
                I can see more of these in my future wardrobe made up in various fabrics and prints, so versatile with lots of hacking possibilities too.
                The instructions were great and I was thankful for the YouTube tutorial when it came to the collar and cuffs as I was a little stumped there.

                Judge.me YouTube video placeholder
                C
                Carol T
                Esther Top

                A fresh modern look - such a pretty top. Lengthen it a few inches as I am a bit taller and easy-easy to do. Finished the neck line and cuffs with contrasting piping to give it a tailored look and then made one out of a sweatshirt fabric. For the sweatshirt version ribbing on the cuffs and closed up the back opening.
                Who says you can’t be a style magnet in the garden??
                Love this pattern company!

                M
                Maricar Shepherd
                Lovely top!

                I loved sewing this blouse with clear instructions and video made it even more helpful. Planning to sew another one soon with different fabric.

                W
                Wendy Cumner
                Lovely blouse

                I made this blouse recently in a beautiful rayon fabric. I made the shorter version with long sleeves. This pattern went together amazingly well and is sure to become one of my favourites. I am sure I will get lots of wear from this garment and I look forward to version 2 which is already swimming around in my mind.

                G
                Gill Faragher
                Pretty & Lovely

                I loved sewing the Esther blouse, the instructions are clear and easy to follow. I used a pretty Rayon fabric (it frays as soon as you look at it!) and used French seams to enclose the raw edges. I've also got narrower shoulders than the pattern (I'm 5'4"/165cm), so had to adjust the pattern by reducing the shoulder width by 2cm each side and a little from the side seam, but the sleeve still fitted perfectly without any adjustment. I'm looking forward to making it in Jersey next. :-)

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                Based on 23 reviews
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                Hayley Anderson
                Simple and feminine

                I enjoyed making the Esther and included it in my #sewaprilblouse23 entries.
                I made the gathered version in a linen rayon blend for a lovely drape and soft gathers using some small pearl shank buttons. The outcome being a classic feminine blouse, easy to wear with jeans on the weekend or in the office (I've done both!)
                I made a straight size 52, using the view A bodice length for a lovely curved hem, the 3/4 sleeve which was still bracelet length on me but no problems there at all.
                I can see more of these in my future wardrobe made up in various fabrics and prints, so versatile with lots of hacking possibilities too.
                The instructions were great and I was thankful for the YouTube tutorial when it came to the collar and cuffs as I was a little stumped there.

                Judge.me YouTube video placeholder
                C
                Carol T
                Esther Top

                A fresh modern look - such a pretty top. Lengthen it a few inches as I am a bit taller and easy-easy to do. Finished the neck line and cuffs with contrasting piping to give it a tailored look and then made one out of a sweatshirt fabric. For the sweatshirt version ribbing on the cuffs and closed up the back opening.
                Who says you can’t be a style magnet in the garden??
                Love this pattern company!

                M
                Maricar Shepherd
                Lovely top!

                I loved sewing this blouse with clear instructions and video made it even more helpful. Planning to sew another one soon with different fabric.

                W
                Wendy Cumner
                Lovely blouse

                I made this blouse recently in a beautiful rayon fabric. I made the shorter version with long sleeves. This pattern went together amazingly well and is sure to become one of my favourites. I am sure I will get lots of wear from this garment and I look forward to version 2 which is already swimming around in my mind.

                G
                Gill Faragher
                Pretty & Lovely

                I loved sewing the Esther blouse, the instructions are clear and easy to follow. I used a pretty Rayon fabric (it frays as soon as you look at it!) and used French seams to enclose the raw edges. I've also got narrower shoulders than the pattern (I'm 5'4"/165cm), so had to adjust the pattern by reducing the shoulder width by 2cm each side and a little from the side seam, but the sleeve still fitted perfectly without any adjustment. I'm looking forward to making it in Jersey next. :-)