Children’s Brielle Sewing Pattern
$12.50 (or 1 credits)
This childrens blouse pattern is a gorgeous, classic blouse with a fitted collar and cuffs that every wardrobe needs. It has a relaxed fit with key-hole detailing at the back and the option to make it sleeveless.
Instant download digital sewing pattern. Includes sizes newborn-12yrs.
- Option of no sleeves
- Suitable for advanced beginner level
- Key-hole back
- Loose fit
- 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
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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“This blouse is perfectly lush! Classy, styleful and easy instruction! ”
Buy More Credits
Nathalie Dene –
This blouse looks so sophisticated, and is actually easier to sew than you might think. The overall fit is perfect, The step by step manual is a real help. Out of all the patterns of R.P. that I’ve sewn so far, this is my favourite, just because it looks so beautiful!
Geneviève Ouellet –
This blouse is so cute and stylish. I love the front pleats and those puffy sleeves are just gorgeous! I also made a sleeveless version and it looks great too. Perfect for any season and any occasion!
Jackie Henderson –
My 12 year old loves this blouse…especially the sleeves! I chose a very lightweight cotton since we are going into summer. So glad I did since she won’t take it off! Enjoy the elegance!
Ellen Valarida –
This blouse is well worth the work put in! Looks so amazing in a floaty fabric.
Malorie McClennon –
It’s a great blouse. Nice and airy. I made the sleeveless version for the summer and expect that my daughter will get tons of wear out of it!
Maxyne Jacques –
I loved sewing this pattern. The pattern is well done, very easy to follow with the many pictures! I highly recommend it! Perfect for beginners!
Gabz Jefferson –
Brielle is such a lovely pattern than can be worn for formal or casual events. It is easy to make and yet the fit is great.
Lisa Bond –
I loved making this pattern, it’s a real quick easy sew. The main problem is decided on what fabric to use, thew possibilities are endless. It could be ideal for winter or summer, sleeveless or with these lovely draped sleeves, heavy or light material. The fit was pretty perfect for me, overall this is a real versatile pattern that I will use many more times to come 🙂
Kyra Delaney –
I love how gorgeous the finished blouse is! I used chiffon and sewed up both the sleeveless and the long sleeve blouse. I think my favorite is with the sleeves as the extra flowy sleeves goes amazing with the body of the blouse. The keyhole in the back is just the icing on the cake.
I also love how much I learned while making this pattern. It was the first time I sewed with chiffon (or lightweight cotton for that matter) and the pattern directions helped you through the steps. Though as it was my first time learning how to make pleats and french seams I went through a practice round while making my toile/muslin to give myself an easy way to figure out all the intricate details on the shirt before going onto the chiffon.
Crystal Anderson –
The Brielle Blouse is another lovely RP pattern that provides a soft look with the lightly flowing waistline, single button and peek-a-boo opening on the back of the neckline, and sleeveless or beautiful billowing 3/4 length sleeves. The armcycle is the perfect fit and is not too high or low (aka breathable!). The peek-a-boo opening comes with a few different options with facing or binding (you even get tips on how to make your own binding! Which is super easy and a great application for future projects). With a light fabric, the shirt is perfect for the summer, and a lighter cotton, a pretty addition to your fall or winter wardrobe – the thicker the fabricv, the less flowy it will be though – so don’t go too fabric thick! The neckline isn’t too high, and doesn’t pinch or suffocate while wearing – you don’t even notice it’s there. Match it with a sash or belt for a super modern stylish look, or just tuck it into your pants for a pretty (and tummy confidant) look. It’s a quick afternoon project for you, your sewing machine, and your iron! And well worth the effort!
Leanne Miller –
A simple yet elegant style, most suitable for casual or a more elegant occasion. In a soft draping fabric the Brielle is a most flattering blouse. Love mine in chiffon.
An Staute –
This blouse is perfectly lush! Classy, styleful and easy instruction! You need one too!
Nadia Fovakis –
A fun blouse, with nice features and comfy to wear. Instructions were thorough and step by step.
Leanne Miller –
A simple yet elegant style, options for sleeves and sleeveless opens up all possibilities to be able to wear for all occassions. The instructions are easy to follow & there being several ways for finishing enables beginners to learn new techniques.
Leanne Miller –
Simple but elegant styling, lovely in a soft flowing fabric. Easily adaptable for casual or more formal wear, love it sleeveless.
Amanda Pickrell –
I love this blouse! It calls for woven, but I successfully made it in an Ikat knit! I love all the variations for the sleeves making it perfect for all seasons! The pleats at the neck and the keyhole back are lovely details making this top stand out!
Hannah Goulter –
This was an easy make, although I found chiffon a challenging fabric to use particularly with the pleats at the neckline. Final look was all worth it!
Chris M Shapiro –
I was pleasantly surprised by how much I loved this pattern after I sewed it up. The graceful front pleating is so lovely and the high collar compliments the pleated front so well. It drapes lovely in Rayon or chiffon and the sleeveless version works for at least three seasons when paired the Rebecca page Circle Cardi
Agnes Bobak –
It is such a great pattern, I had so much fun creating this!