Madison Sewing Pattern
$14.50 (or 1 credits)
This tie neck blouse pattern is beautifully finished with a gorgeous fit. There are multiple options to experiment with including the length, type of neckline as well as the type of sleeve and length.
Instant download digital sewing pattern. Includes sizes XXS-5XL.
- Option of blouse or dress
- Option of collar or tie neck
- Option of wide or narrow tie
- Option of pleated or gathered sleeve head
- Long, short or puff sleeves
- Suitable for advanced beginner level
- Tie neck
- Puff sleeves
- Hidden seams
- 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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“I love this classy blouse pattern! All the nice details make the look so sophisticated!”
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Alice Pryor (verified owner) –
Very fun, and because it was without darts, it came together very easily. Great result for a relatively simple pattern.
Violetta Ivanova (verified owner) –
It is really the best quality pattern. It is very detailed and easy to follow and with a lot of options and interesting details! I will definitely make a dress and a blouse for my daughter too!
Ana Ines Barros (verified owner) –
It’s something I normally don’t wear but just love the final result.
Tia Miller (verified owner) –
I loved the retro look, and trying new things like gathering and buttons, and using a lightweight fabric for humid Texas summer. It’s all about fabric choice, you can dress it up or down.
Anna Andrews (verified owner) –
This pattern works best with soft, drapey fabrics, which can be difficult to sew. Be sure to test out your stitch length and tension settings on a scrap piece to be sure you don’t get lots of pulling and puckering.
Tenille Brien (verified owner) –
I love the pleated sleeves! I also really liked how well the plackets fit, very nice. It’s a quality pattern with many options for different features as well as different levels of finish (overlocker vs. flat felled seams for example)
Anusha krishnamurthy (verified owner) –
Once the pattern pieces fit seamlessly I was hooked because that’s where I get discouraged. It’s a well-written and versatile pattern. It’s a pretty femine staple in anyone’s wardrobe. Can be used office wear to evening wear.
Stephanie Troemel (verified owner) –
It is a button down that fits perfectly and doesn’t gape at my bust. Which is a miracle!
It is surprisingly simple to produce a garment that looks like you paid top dollar. Beautifully drafted and broken down for less experienced sewists to complete!
Shaina O’Dell (verified owner) –
It is a super cute shirt/dress with easy to follow instructions and lots of great options.
Hannah Rorke (verified owner) –
A highly recommend purchase for a pretty, feminine blouse with loads of options to make it uniquely yours. Plus you can tailor make it to your measurements, so it will actually fit. (I am 6 foot tall, so normally everything is too short or flares out to early and I don’t find it flattering on me) I absolutely love this as I could add my extra 3″, and am loving wearing it.
I was impressed with the end result, it looked like a store bought garment .
Reka Jobbagy-Csizmadia (verified owner) –
You will LOVE it!
Jackie Knutson (verified owner) –
A great, well built garment. I love that I used some new techniques.
Martha Arzu McIntosh (verified owner) –
Very easy sew, instructions on point and great design.
Jennifer Smith (verified owner) –
This pattern is fabulous because, no matter what your sewing level, it has options that are quick and easy but also some that will challenge your skills! I totally had an “I DID THAT!!” moment when I was finished. I mostly work with knits so the idea of a woven blouse was intimidating to me. I love that you gave me that sense of accomplishment!
Johanna Davidson (verified owner) –
Love how well the pattern goes together. It’s fun to sew and super quick!
Livia Yamada (verified owner) –
It may look a bit intimidating for an absolute beginner, but it’s so worth the extra “effort”, the end result is stunning! I had such great fun making this blouse, I loved the whole process!
Katherine McRae (verified owner) –
This is a perfect pattern for anyone looking for a wardrobe staple button up shirt, or cute relaxed fit shirt dress, with some very cute additional features/options.
I liked the no trim aspect of the PDF, and I also enjoyed the cute and easy collar.
Crystal Anderson (verified owner) –
This blouse was my introduction to Rebecca Page patterns – I’ve made 3 since Spring 2017! I love the flow, the look, and the fact that I can dress it up or down.
The pattern is easy to follow (albheit takes time to sew up) – and worth the patience it takes to sew, press, and sew up this softly stunning top!
Jennie Coffman Lindstrom –
I just made a Madison blouse and I absolutely love it. You will love this pattern!
Sheila Hlushak –
The Madison blouse is perfect for layering or wearing on its own. The details of the sleeve top give this beautiful fitting blouse a lovely look and silhouette. I have paired my Madison with the Tara Jacket for a really polished look all thanks to Rebecca Page excellent drafting and instructions.
Annick Campenaerts –
I love this classy blouse pattern! All the nice details make the look so sophisticated!
Beautiful feminine blouse with classic details, so many options to create any kind of look you are after. This was easy to sew and the instructions were very clear. This will become a favorite of mine with its many looks, especially the longer lengths!
Nadine Simard –
I love blouse but it is always a challenge for me at the bust level. Now, I have the perfect pattern to make my own!
Melinda Bailey –
There are so many options with this blouse that it is possible to make so many different looks, such a versatile pattern! Easy to sew and so comfortable to wear! Can’t wait to make another
Kelly Nicholas –
Forming a new business, I have been spending a lot of time in meetings and making first impressions. After years as a stay at home Mom, my “business” attire was sorely lacking. The Madision Blouse is the perfect piece to take me from the board room to social hour. The slim fit is flattering, and gathers (or pleats) in the sleeves and yokes give it a feminine and modern look. Construction is detailed and does take more time then a basic knit project, but the instructions are detailed and well written with accompanying photos. Overall, I am in love with my first Madison and can’t wait to make a dress version!
Chris M Shapiro –
The Madison Blouse is a classic Ladies Blouse made from drapey wovens. I used rayon, which was lovely. There are two styles for the placket, a collar or a lovely pussy bow. I chose the collar and I made a detachable bow for my ever changing mood. The pattern is for an intermediate level with a well thoughtout tutorial
Jessica Luckert –
I’m super excited to show you my first woven shirt. I usually sew with knit fabric, so this is a big deal for me! The pattern is from Rebecca Page Patterns, the Madison Blouse. Rebecca Page really shines with this pattern. There are gathers on below the front two yokes and the back yoke. The shirt has plackets down the front and 5 buttons. The collar can either be a classic style or have this fun tie that mine has (in two different width options). The sleeves can be short or long and can be gathered at the armscye as seen here or made with pleats. The long sleeved options is a split sleeve with the cuff. The pattern also has the option of making a dress. So many different possibilities with this pattern. The instructions are very detailed with lots of pictures, so I had no issues figuring out how to construct the pieces. Truly a classic well done pattern.
Lauren Ramirez (verified owner) –
loved, loved LOVED this pattern. It was such a fun, easy to understand sew. I can’t wait to make more!
Lisa Giorcelli –
This blouse is a really gorgeous design that is quite flattering, however I have used different techniques for similar blouses/button up shirts that create a neater finish inside the garment.
Frieda Flavianu –
What a unique, classic design with a perfect fit???. This will be my go to blouse ? pattern for pairing. I am in love with this pattern.
Lisa Giorcelli –
This blouse is gorgeous and whilst it has many different skills to use the instructions make it clear and easy for anyone attempting them for the first time.
Make sure to fit correctly and you’ll have a blouse you’ll want to make over and over again.
Shona Young –
“This blouse is gorgeous and whilst it has many different skills to use the instructions make it clear and easy for anyone attempting them for the first time.
Make sure to fit correctly and you’ll have a blouse you’ll want to make over and over again. “
Querida Gardiner –
I made my Madison with a floaty fabric and made fabic covered buttons to match. It was worth the extra effort as the blouse turned out beautifuly and I have had lots of positive comments. This is a blouse that looks great with jeans or dressed up with smart trousers for work or special occassions. One for a capsule wardrobe no doubt.
Clare Bowes –
This is a lovely blouse which can be worn for work, casual or dressed up, you have different style options. I made size XL with a polycotton print simple short sleeves (pleated) and plain collar.
It’s a great sew if you want to advance from beginner to intermediate, take each step at a time.
Khirya Littoria –
Modèle chic, coupe féminine … – Chic model, feminine fit …
Bernadette Aitken –
This blouse has very easy to follow instructions and many options for finishing it. I appreciated the detailed photos and notes. My blouse fit as expected from the measurements given. I like the fit and feel. I used a light weight cotton. I know it will become a staple in my wardrobe.
Alba Gallifa Hurtado –
First of all I want to say that the result of this pattern is sooo great. I love that you give a lot of options for the same pattern. This allows you to have 3 or even 4 sews in the same sew ? I love it!
I am not used to sew in inches yet (I usually sew with 1cm). This has made the sew of the blouse more difficult for me (especially in the curves). I will have to improve my sewing abilities in my next sew.
Instructions are so clear and that’s the clue for those who are beginners in the art of sewing. You always feel that you are not alone in the sew <3.
I'll make more Madisons for sure!!
Angela Kypreos –
The Madison is a classy, feminine blouse that individualised to suit your personal style. It’s not a quick sew but the instructions and pictorials help to guide you through each step clearly and thoroughly. It’s great for making wardrobe staples and fancy shirts.
Lisa Corriveau –
My Madison blouse turned out great! Instructions were clear & easy to follow & I was able to make some fit changes easily–a wide shoulder adjustment, as well as grading from M at the bust to XL at the hips. Folding under the gathered parts at the shoulder, back & chest to create French seams is very fiddly, but well worth the clean finish. The blouse is really lovely in a soft drapey rayon & has a great retro feel to it. Can’t wait to wear it out with a pencil skirt.
Luana Furlanetto –
This pattern has a wow effect to it. I used silk to make my Madison and I love it. I am in love with all the details that make it look so professionally made. I took my time to make it, but it was absolutely worth it!
June Butchee –
The Madison is a nice, flattering sew. You have a choice between a stand-up collar or a sash type tie. I chose the tie. You can make the Madison as a casual or as a dressy top depending on your choice of fabric.
Sandy Simpson –
What a lovely blouse pattern. The gathers on the bodice and on the sleeves make it feminine without being boxy and oversized. It has lovely shaping through the waist and hips and looks great with both jeans and tucked in with a straight skirt. A very versatile pattern
Jennifer Schonhaar –
Ok. So I didn’t read the pattern closely enough about fabric type and bought some knit that I fell in love with. I didn’t realize until I was into the sew that I should have used a woven. So, I think this was a little harder because of that, but now that I’m finished I LOVE this top and want to make another one with woven fabric. I did long sleeves and just a collar no tie. My daughter thinks the buttons aren’t a great match so I’ll probably switch those out at some point. Otherwise this is a great addition to my closet. Thank you.
Shona Young –
This blouse has a very nice finished look and can be casual or dressy depending on the choice of fabrics. I like that it can be made into a dress also. It’s nice to have 2 patterns in one.This pattern was an enjoyable sew.
Grace Elliott –
I’m impressed with my Madison blouse. It is comfortable with all the fancy seam finishes! I decided to go ahead and practice with blouses for me before embarking on button downs for my husband, and this pattern is perfect practice especially with flat felled seams. I used a border print which turned out fantastic!
Aimee Lim –
Madison Blouse has to be one of my favourite RP pattern, love love everything about it, especially the fit! The gathered yoke, pleated sleeves and a neck tie that is also a cute bow completes the look!
Nichole Langmeyer –
Lovely woven work blouse. Several mix and match options to make several styles from one pattern. Just a few buttons. To make it more fitted, there is space in the shoulders to size down the bust size and add an FBA.
Joelene Montgomery –
I loved this pattern! It is super cute and is fully finished inside!
Bernadette Aitken –
This pattern is a lot easier that I thought, due to the great clear instructions. Coupled with the bust adjustment tutorial I managed a great fit too. Looking forward to trying a different variation.
Shona Marie Young –
Favourite blouse I love the bow and the fit of this.