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Fabric requirements for the Class Picnic Blouse + Shorts sewing pattern

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    Todd Gibson
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    To help you with your pre-release fabric shopping, here are the fabric requirements for the new Class Picnic Blouse + Shorts sewing pattern.

    A more formal introduction to the pattern will be made on the blog next Monday.

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    Justine J @justmejay

    Oh, thanks so much for putting these up! Off to plan…

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    icicle @icicle

    Wovens! I thought for sure one or both of these views would be just for knits — very intriguing.

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    sayiamyou @maraya

    I’m guessing you could make that top work in knit.

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    icicle @icicle

    🙂 I’m not complaining — cute wovens are so much easier to find than cute good quality knits.

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    sayiamyou @maraya

    Yes, unfortunately for my wallet, they are!

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    thejennigirl @thejennigirl

    Today I scored some Lisette poplin to make the top for $5!

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    vallery @vallery

    I wanted to know if it would be acceptable to use corduroy to make the Class Picnic Blouse. I am planning to make the blouse dress length.

    Thank you.

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    NanaMar @NanaMar

    Pinwale corduroy would be a cosy choice for this pattern with perhaps a voile or lawn for the yoke lining and bias at the shoulder (cuts down a bit on bulk).
    Hope this helps.

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    Lisa @ldk237

    I have made it in pinwale corduroy with quilting cotton for yoke/bias and it worked beautifully. I used French seams as well which look nice and prevent the corduroy from fraying. So happy to see this pattern in larger sizes!

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