Calling all floaty/breezy/drapey/gorgeous fabric lovers! This floaty top is super simple but absolutely stunning on.
There are two neckline options (high and boat line), a high/low hem, a double flat-fell seam option & tutorial, optional buttonholes so you can thread a belt through and 19 mod/hack suggestions at the end of the pattern so you can really make it your own!
A really versatile pattern… It makes for a fab beach swim cover, a sophisticated day look with a belt or go super luxurious with minky and make a cosy winter poncho! Plus it’s maternity-friendly and comfy to nurse in. Yay! <3
Get yours now at http://rebecca-page.com/product/bundle-floaty-florence/
————– Here’s what some of our testers had to say ————–
“Buy it! It’s a fun pattern that’s quick and a great intro to scary fabrics. I’m always looking for ways to expand my sewing knowledge and this was a great introduction into sewing with slippery fabrics. Also, sewing the cotton voile one for my daughter was the quickest thing I’ve ever sewn!” – Amanda Squire-Lee, www.facebook.com/ohsewgorgeousclothing
“This pattern is incredibly simple yet can be easily be altered to create an entirely new top. This will be a staple in your closet!” – Lauren Sisk, www.facebook.com/AvaryRoseDesigns
“This pattern is perfect for all seasons. Just change your fabric types and you can get from summer/ spring outfit to winter poncho! It is so very easy for a beginner. You can’t go wrong with this pattern. The pattern is very simple and loose-fitting and therefore allows lots of variation/ hacking to be made.” – Pimrak Pakdeethai, http://leasclosetclothing.bigcartel.com
“The Floaty Florence is a wonderful sew that looks elegant with its soft drape & flowing lines. It’s very versatile as you could use lighter weight fabrics for a top cover or a heavier weight for a warm fall top.” – Kat Neih, www.instagram.com/littlebuttsmum
“I REALLY love this pattern! I usually prefer knit tops but this will get me through pregnancy/nursing and beyond. The silhouette is flattering on a multitude of body shapes and sizes which is rare in PDF patterns these days. I whole-heartedly love this pattern.” – Courtney Wandell, http://saltyandsouthern.com
“It’s a great quick pattern that makes up a beautiful looking garment that can be modified to suit your style and needs. I’m happy and love with how it looks on my body, hiding 5 babies belly!” – Felicity Goward
“Want a different silhouette than what is out there? Try the Floaty Florence! This is such a versatile top. Made without any modifications and with fabric that drapes well this will be a go to shirt that can be dressed up or be casual. It may camouflage certain mid section parts of us and accentuate others. Want a more cinched in look? Add the button holes/belt loops!” – Jennifer Lichak, www.inspiredbyamara.blogspot.com
“I love having a pattern that uses wovens for apparel. I’ve been in a knit fabric rut for a while! I would say that it is great as a cover-up or over a tank. It’s easy to nurse my daughter in it.” – Kasey Ray-Stokes, www.onestillstar.com