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The Rose blouse refers to Marie-Antoinette’s famous “Minister of Fashion”, Rose Bertin.


This blouse features a beautiful V-neckline and puffed ruffle sleeves gathered by an elastic band. 

It has an adorable front bow tie detailing which you can choose to add a placket if you don't wish to show too much of your skin. With its ruffle band falling on the waist, this light little blouse is perfect for the spring season.


Mini? Midi? Maxi? Slit or not? If you feel like turning the Rose blouse into a dress, the hack is included!


Two sleeve and ruffle options are possible.


Two finishing options: using a bias binding or a lining.

Level: Beginner/Intermediate
Sizes: 34 to 50
Technical points:

  • Ruffles
  • Rolled hem
  • Sew a casing
  • Lining a bodice
  • Sew ties
  • Sew bias binding tape

Rose Blouse pattern PDF

10,00 €Prix
    • Matching thread (200m spool)
    • Matching bias binding (optional): about 170cm
    • 8mm elastic band:
      Long sleeves: twice your wrist circumference
      Short sleeves: twice your upper arm circumference

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