Denim fisherman style top

denim top-page-001denim top-page-002Thanks to the lovely people at Making magazine for letting me publish this project on my blog. This is a really easy top to make and the stretch denim from Ditto works so well. It’s a good idea to try the top on before adding the bias binding. Make the shoulder darts a bit bigger if needed. Would love to see pictures of any made up.


About suzannerowland

Fashion Historian. Author of Making Edwardian Costumes for Women (2016). Currently PhD student - researching the development of the lightweight mass-produced fashion industry in the 1910s, using blouses as a case study
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3 Responses to Denim fisherman style top

  1. Helen says:

    Woohoo! All finished and LOVE IT! Thanks so much for your help! After great and extended faff getting the thing printed out, it came together like a dream!

    Made the large (I usually wear a 16) but took an inch off either side seam though the sleeves fit perfectly. LOVE IT!

    Thanks so much for the fab pattern – will be making many many more!


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