Tilly Buttons Mathilde Blouse (Edited)

My latest blouses made from linen were inspired by a number of loose fitting comfortable shirts that I purchased from Petal and Pup. I ended up buying two shirts ($60 each) before I thought about creating my own. I scoured through a number of patterns to try and find something similar and ended up landing on the Tilly and the Buttons Mathilde Blouse.

The image on the left below is the Tilly and The Buttons Mathilde Blouse and the picture on the right is the Petal and Pup Blouse that I took my inspiration from.

Description: Loose fitting blouse with frilled edges, button up back, longer curved back and a round neck line.
Pattern: Tilly Buttons Mathilde Blouse (Edited)
Fabric: Spotlight Linen

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Tilly and the Buttons Mathilde Blouse

Description: The elegant blouse features tucks down the front bodice, flowing sleeves and an adorable button-back opening
Material: Wool Challis, Polyester and Cotton Drill
Pattern: Tilly and the Buttons Mathilde Blouse

A few years ago I made a few versions of the Tilly and the Buttons Mathilde Blouse. Mostly after seeing some really gorgeous versions of this top including Maude’s. Tops are always a great addition to any wardrobe and this is one of those patterns I will always come back to for a wardrobe filler.

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This is a really beautiful pattern and ended up being a perfect fit, even suitable for wider shoulder widths. There was no pulling at the top of your shoulders, which some tops tend do when they’re too tight a fit. I loved it so much, I did what I typically do when I love a pattern…. I made it 3 times 🙂

 

Tilly has also done a wonderful job explaining this pattern step-by-step. Her instructions are so easy and you end up making a really beautiful, well finished top in a matter of a hours.

Also, make sure you check out the Makers Gallery for more inspiration!

Happy Sewing! Erin xx

BurdaStyle Round Neck Blouse

Pattern: BurdaStyle Round Neck Blouse
Description: This fashionable blouse is easy to sew and falls semi-loosely to the hips.
Fabric used: Polyester/Rayon and ribbing.

Version One

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This blouse was definitely easy to sew and took about an hour to complete. I printed out the pattern and made the full length blouse. After fitting it I realised that the sleeves and bottom were both a little long. Therefore, I cut about 10cm off both and attached the ribbing. It’s a very cute, loose fitting blouse that you can wear comfortably with jeans.

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