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The Waterfall Blouse, an Ottobre Woman Pattern

How much do I like this Top ? A Lot !

Ottobre Waterfall Top
Ottobre Woman, Issue 02/2009, #5

This top was made from a medium weight cotton/lyca knit without much drape...yet the neckline drapes beautifully. You can arrange the neckline folds in a "V" like I have shown here, or into a more rounded shape.

Please see the tutorial above, showing a way to neatly enclose all the facing/shoulder seams and encourage the neckline to fall into these nice folds.


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Anonymous Christa said...

This is just beautiful, Pam!

8:17 PM  
Blogger Gorgeous Things said...

Pam that is gorgeous! I love the fabric. Where do you get Ottobre? I don't think anyone around Boston sells it.

10:16 PM  
Blogger Pamela Erny said...

Ann, you can buy single issues of Ottobre Woman directly through the Ottobre site, as well as a full subscription.


10:26 PM  
Blogger mermaids said...

fantastic shirt!

2:50 PM  
Blogger Summerset said...

Gorgeous! The fabric is beautiful and is perfect for the drape.

1:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh I like this so much! Thanks for the great tutorial too.

Cindy S.

1:48 PM  
Blogger Marsha said...

Glad to see someone has made this and likes it---it's the first thing on my list as soon as these communion dresses are done!

12:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really appreciate your sharing this tutorial! I had quit making or wearing cowl necks because of the "creeping up" issue. Now I will actually try making another cowl neck blouse again and see if I can do as good of a job as you did! Thank you so much! It looks fantastic!

2:26 PM  
Anonymous Hannah Beth said...

What a gorgeous print!

11:45 PM  

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