Big Collar Add on Pack Sewing Pattern
$10.00 (or 1 credits)
If you’ve ever wanted to add fun collars to your handmade blouses and dresses, then look no further than our Big Collar Add-on Pack! The Big Collar Add-on Pack sewing pattern will have you mixing and matching collars on high neckline dresses and blouses with fastenings. There are two types of collars that are included in the pack, standing collars for front fastening garments, and flat collars for front or back fastening garments. With four amazing styles to choose from; frilled, bow, curved, and pointed, and two width options; you’ll have a pattern for every collar you could ever want!
Instant download digital sewing pattern. Includes sizes XXS-5XL.
• Four collar styles
• Narrow and wide options
• Optional frill
• Options for both front fastening and back fastening garments
• Standing collar attached to a collar stand
• Flat collar attached to garment
• Add to high neckline dresses or blouses
• Packed with pro tips and expert advice
• Includes full size, print-at-home pattern pieces
• Includes step-by-step tutorial with photos
• Instant-download digital sewing pattern
- A light weight woven such as chiffon, organza, or georgette will be billowy and floaty looking.
- A light to mid weight woven such as cotton lawn, cotton voile, silk, rayon, silk crepe, crepe de chine, taffeta, or silk satin will drape.
- Standing Collar Options - 1x 3/8 inch wide button for the collar stand.
- Flat Collar Options - you will need 1/2 inch wide double fold bias binding. Approximately half a yard will be sufficient for all sizes.
- Interfacing - You will need iron-on interfacing for your Collar and Collar Stand (for Standing Collars). Approximately 1/2 yard will be sufficient for all styles and sizes. For medium weight woven fabrics, a light weight interfacing is best. For light weight woven fabric, use a heavier interfacing to give the collar more structure.
- Thread to match
- Sewing machine
- Measuring tape
- Serger/overlocker optional but not required.
How do PDF/ digital patterns work? Simply download, print, and sew. You’ll need a free Adobe Acrobat reader program and any home printer (or a nearby copy shop for A0 printing). Once you’ve printed the pieces, tape or glue them together. You’ll find an easy-to-follow how-to guide inside the pattern instructions, plus support in our Facebook group.
The trim-free pattern comes in A4 or US letter printable sizes and includes full pattern pieces and a detailed tutorial to guide you every step of the way. An A0 format (pattern pieces only) is also included should you wish to have your pattern printed professionally. PDF Layers allow you to select and print only the size/s you want/ need.
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The hardest part of this pattern was deciding which one to make! The instructions were clear and precise and the photos were a lot of help.
Buy More Credits
Sabrina Ropp –
How love how versatile this pattern is. It turns a handful of blouse patterns into dozens of new options. I’ve only tried two collars so far, but I can’t wait to try them all!
Miia Salomäki –
These collars add a nice extra touch to different garments. So cute and quick to sew.
Shona Young –
Great selection of collars and the included template means that it is so versatile and can be used with so many of my existing patterns to create so many new looks. I love this pattern so much for the variety and options it gives.
Karen Kaye Manalo –
I just love this add-on pack. With so many options to choose from, you will surely find the one that suits you. I made the standing frill with the Riviera shirt and I really love how it turned out. I’ve been looking for a pattern for this type of collar and I am so glad this is included in the pack. This pattern is definitely a must have for those who are looking to mix and match styles.
Esther M Beckman –
This add on really made the Riviera Blouse unique and pretty.
Jenna Page –
The collar pack is a must have pattern set! Can be added to all your favourite garments for a different look and so many options to choose from!!!
Devorah Zamansky –
The hardest part of this pattern was deciding which one to make! The instructions were clear and precise and the photos were a lot of help
Deborah Holland –
The narrow pussy bow collar was very simple to make and add on however if you were a beginner you would find the directions to attach to shirt a bit confusing
Sarah Liz –
This is a fantastic pattern – the template idea is so useful because any blouse pattern can be used. It’s great to be able to vary any blouse or top you have – perhaps even a simple jacket – with these simple collar add ons.
Emma Gerrard –
The collar add-on pack gives so many versatile options to customise an existing pattern. I used the narrow pussy bow collar on the Rebecca Page Riviera blouse, which was a simple and complimentary addition to the blouse. The collar add-on pack is perfect for sewists gaining experience and looking to take that next step in making their perfect garment just as they want it! Looking forward to trying more collar options on more patterns!
Joyce Grobler –
This is such an amazing addition to any blouse or shirt, and its such an easy way to change a pattern with ease. The instructions are clear and the steps are easy to follow!
Urška Filipič –
Collar add ons are very pretty. I like their diversity. I made curved flat collar with front closure. It was easy to make, the instructions are clear.
Maja Rus –
Patterns for different collars to combine with your perfect styled shirt, dress or blouse … I made mine with Classic blouse and it looks fabulous.
Kathleen Conger –
The flat back-fastening rounded collar instructions had some techniques I had not encountered in my long history of sewing. It takes strict attention to detail to ensure the parts get joined correctly, and that you don’t confuse the sides of the garment. The collars with straighter cuts that don’t involve seam binding and flipping the collar would be better for beginners, while the rounded collars are slightly more advanced.
Salomé Gonçalves –
What a lovely addition to any top or blouse! Super easy to sew and this pack has all you need to make most collars. I already cut two more options to try!
Lieve Cox –
This pack is truly amazing, you can use it to create different looks on all your patterns for dresses, blouses, etc. It is quick and easy to replace the existing collar.
Frieda Flavianu –
I used this collar add-on on the Madison Blouse and it fits on perfectly!