Sewing pattern tutorial: How to make the Skyline blouse?

There is the timeless white shirt... And there is THE shirt!

The Skyline pattern combines everything I expected from a shirt pattern: a line that is neither too loose nor too tight for a more modern look without the risk of getting tired and a real sewing work with beautiful pleated finishes on the collar, the bust and the cuffs to play with the lines and verticality.

And because there is nothing better than knowing that you can vary your sewing, we offer 2 versions of collar (French and Claudine) and different back finishes (passion detail back forever): a full back or with a yoke that reveals the top of the back, a middle back highlighted or not with a set of pleats. 

Tucked into pants, tied, pulled out over jeans, opened over a tank top, slipped under a jacket, I promise you won't be able to do without it!

For this tutorial I sewed the Skyline shirt with the ultra purple Lemon viscose fabric and white sequin buttons. The large patterned plains work really well with the pleats, and in plain Skyline will be the perfect basic and not-so-basic shirt in your wardrobe!

Happy sewing!

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