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Finished Product – Birdcage Blouse

After a few mishaps with the lining I finally finished up the Alexander Blouse.

I made a couple adjustments to the pattern such as adding 5 inches onto the peplum and adding a placket on the left front side to avoid any gaping.

And here’s a shot of the innards… Since my fabric was a bit light/see through, I lined it with a light muslin. I remember when i dreaded lining a project, now adore how clean and pretty it looks!

I already have a new project on the block that I’ll introduce tomorrow!

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12 Responses to Finished Product – Birdcage Blouse

  1. Reana Louise says:

    Love this top! The fabric is too cute, and I love the shape of the blouse. I also like your hair in that neat little bun; it suits the blouse!

  2. Tilly says:

    Oh! It’s so pretty! I have to get this pattern. Was it easy to make? That fabric is such a find. And I have to echo Reana – you’re hair looks so cute up like that.

  3. Angie says:

    Once I figured out the shoulder gather it went fairly easily. Burdastyle directions are just never quite in depth as I’d like them to be.

  4. You are super quick with sewing! Love the blouse. i downloaded it and hope to make it. Very pretty.

  5. Jessi J. says:

    I love your top, it turned out so great!

    Ps. Heard that they were interviewing for season 7 of Project Runway. (wink,wink, nudge, nudge)

  6. Angie says:

    haha I wish I was that talented

  7. Trisha says:

    Fun fabric! Is it from Ikea?

  8. Angie says:

    Its actually just from Joanns

  9. Tiffany says:

    WOW I love that fabric to pieces and the construction is impeccable here. You pick the coolest patterns to create.

  10. laura says:

    i really like this blouse! it looks great on you and i love the cute fabric. great job!

  11. Katarina says:

    the print is just adorable and the shape is great on you. After I read about your plans to sew it, I checked out the pattern again (which before wasn’t that appealing to me) and realised I already had the cutest printed cotton fabric at home, so I made one, too. Thanks for the inspiration.

  12. Meg says:

    Oh, it turned out so lovely! The blouse looks fantastic – I love the placket and long peplum. Well done!

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