Baby 0-24 months, Girls 2-12 years, Sewing

A New Pattern is Floating Its Way To You!

Calling all floaty/breezy/drapey/gorgeous fabric lovers! This floaty top is super simple but absolutely stunning on.

Floaty Florence top
Once familiar with the pattern most sewers will be able to cut it out and sew it in less than an hour. Plus, there’s both ladies and children’s version – love love love.

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

Special release pricing – Bundle price only $9 which includes all ladies and children’s sizes ! Or get the ladies only or child’s version only fegular price $8 each). Sale price ends 24 October 2016.

Get yours now at http://rebecca-page.com/product/bundle-floaty-florence/

 

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————– 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

 

Mikha Llaban

Mikha Llaban

Hi from the Rebecca Page Team! If you need any help, please feel free to contact us. Or for really fast support and any technical/pattern queries, please pop over to our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/mummykinsandme. There's lots of lovely sewers on the group who are brilliant at lending a helping hand!

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Mikha Llaban

About Mikha Llaban

Hi from the Rebecca Page Team! If you need any help, please feel free to contact us. Or for really fast support and any technical/pattern queries, please pop over to our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/mummykinsandme. There's lots of lovely sewers on the group who are brilliant at lending a helping hand!

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