I already showed ya'll the sleeveless top I made for summer using Simplicity 3750.
I wanted to try the version B with long sleeves. I cut this blouse a size smaller than the first version of this pattern I sewed. So I partially made this one as a muslin (I recycled a sheet), but I figured it would be a useful wardrobe piece in white, and I will definitely wear this.
Here is the back:
I hate to say this, but I have gotten a little fatter than Dolly, and so my things look a little big on her. I need to either lose a couple of inches or fatten her up somehow. That's a project for next year. lol
This pattern is really easy. I notice there are a lot of garment patterns that say Easy but aren't. This one is and would be easy to sew for anyone who can run a machine. The most complicated detail in this blouse is gathering, which is easy to do. If you haven't sewn a blouse before and want to, don't be afraid to sew this one. I like Simplicity patterns; their instructions are clear and easy to follow, plus they are easily affordable.
Both Jo-Ann's and Hancock regularly run sales for Simplicity patterns for a dollar; that's when I buy mine. I like to sew frugal. Considering that white sheet cost me nothing this blouse was certainly worth my time.
I am going to post that skirt she is wearing next...it's a convertible dress.
Have a great day!