This PDF pattern for a simple batwing top/tunic/dress prints out on only 12 sheets of A4. To tape together and trace the pattern only took up 30 minutes of an evening.
Any construction tips? All seams were completed on the overlocker. I used Steam-A-Seam tape to stabilise hems before stitching with a wide and deep zig zag on my sewing machine. I loosened the tension on my sewing machine bobbin. I used a walking foot. That’s about it!
I really love this pattern and it’s a great stash buster for any drapey jerseys taking up space in your fabric storage. Thanks, Zoe, for allowing me to test!
Do you think you’ll make this top?