Cora top PDF sewing pattern
The Cora top is a camisole pattern. It has a deep neckline and rouleau straps, also known as spaghetti straps. The straps can be tied different ways. The top has pleats in the front and back. The gathers are adjustable due to the channels and ties. The top closes with ties in the back and a concealed zipper.
Size range: European sizes 34-48/UK6-UK20/US2-US20.
Sewing difficulty: Intermediate. This pattern is suitable for intermediate to experienced sewists. You should be able to handle drapey fabric and make your own rouleau straps (or buy ready-made). The concealed zipper can be omitted by placing a button and loop at the waist.
Fabric suggestions: Choose a lightweight fabric with fluid drape such as rayon, viscose, tencel, silk, cotton voile.
Fabric usage: 0.8 meter (size 34) to 1.10 meters (size 48).
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The digital sewing pattern comes as layered A4/US letter print-at-home file and layered A0-copy shop file with English sewing instructions. It will be available immediately after your purchase, as a download link in your order confirmation. Please know that your download link will be deactivated after the first download.
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Pattern tester feedback:
Maria: "Since I made the top I am dreaming of using it to make a dress with a bias skirt that ends below the knee, I think that could be a very elegant extension of the pattern”
Kolina: "I adore the way the front and back overlap under the arms, which I didn’t expect until reading the instructions; I love this detail"
Martina: "The moment I saw the pattern, I new it has to be a dress. I added a gathered skirt over the peplum. The madeira fabric is see through, the peplum works perfectly as a slip. I absolutely love the overlapping front and back part. This detail is so adorable. I enjoyed making the Cora top (and dress) so much and honestly I cannot wait for summer to wear them"