Olivia is a ladies peasant top sewing pattern that is simply beautiful with a gathered boat neck and a relaxed, comfy fit.
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Olivia, the all rounder!

Olivia; you glorious beauty! This is the peasant top I have been searching for my whole life. I must admit that I have a penchant for all things loose, flowy, and decidedly bohemian-gypsy-peasant, so Olivia has grabbed me by the heart strings and won’t be letting go. Ever.

Olivia is a peasant top sewing pattern that is simply beautiful with a gathered boat neck and a relaxed, comfy fit that is loose and floaty around the body.

I can’t help but imagine myself in a beautiful white cotton Olivia, with a pair of cutoffs, espadrilles, and a big ol’ floppy hat. Perfection!

Kinda like this get up right here:

Olivia is a peasant top sewing pattern that is simply beautiful with a gathered boat neck and a relaxed, comfy fit that is loose and floaty around the body.📷 Pinterest: A | B | C

The RP brand ambassadors are supremely talented and creative souls and they have sewn up a truly magnificent collection of Olivias. The best part is that Olivia is such a simple sew that even the early-beginners amongst us sewistas will get this one right!

Have a look at the Facebook gallery or search #RPOliviaTop on Instagram for inspiration and just to see how gloriously beautiful Olivia is across the board!

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Olivia is a peasant top sewing pattern that is simply beautiful with a gathered boat neck and a relaxed, comfy fit that is loose and floaty around the body. Olivia is a girls peasant top sewing pattern that is simply beautiful with a gathered boat neck and a relaxed, comfy fit.Olivia is a ladies peasant top sewing pattern that is simply beautiful with a gathered boat neck and a relaxed, comfy fit.

About Bronwyn Westmore

I am a massive word nerd and English is my first love; reading books and collecting dictionaries rank quite high on my To Do List (after sewing aaaaalllll the things, obviously).My favourite dinosaur is a Thesaurus, I'm a firm believer in the Oxford comma, and I think it's nice that Voldemort always waited until the end of the school year to launch an attack on Harry. Despite all his flaws, Voldemort obviously cared about education.I'm a work-from-home dog mom (Harry Potter and Dark Vega) and I basically live on social media, write a bunch of stuff, and drink copious amounts of tea.Sewing and social media in one beautiful package are my happy place!

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