“scrunch top” tutorial and free pattern for birch fabrics

scrunch-top-free-pattern-and-tutorial-for-birch-fabrics

So happy to introduce a new tutorial for Fabricworm & Birch Fabrics and showcase one of their fab fabric lines!

This one is called Happy Town and it is adorable! I chose to sew up this fun and easy knit tunic in Happy Spots Mint, and Happy Floral!

Make sure you check out the other designs they are so cute!

Get the full tutorial for this cute “scrunch top” and free 2/3T pattern on their blog!

CLICK HERE to download 4/5 and 6/7 sizes!

scrunch top free pattern and tutorial for birch fabrics

scrunch top free pattern and tutorial for birch fabrics

I wanted something fun and easy to wear for summer, but with a cute shape, and a design that would be able to show off a fabric!

scrunch top free pattern and tutorial for birch fabrics

scrunch top free pattern and tutorial for birch fabrics

scrunch top free pattern and tutorial for birch fabrics

scrunch top free pattern and tutorial for birch fabrics

scrunch top free pattern and tutorial for birch fabrics

 

scrunch top free pattern and tutorial for birch fabrics

Comments

  1. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE. Is this only a pattern voor Knits?

  2. This is so cute and perfect! Just what i needed. Thank you!

  3. Cute tops and I also like the leggings ! Did you make them too?

  4. Jess, this us just too sweet. Thanks so much for the tutorial of that cute shirt. Will definitely try it soon for my little girl…

  5. Very very cute!!! I love this shirt!

  6. Emilie Ahern says:

    I’m SO making one of these for Bonkers. Hope I can make the shirring work with my Brother machine and their stupid shirring problems. P.S. You’re a genius.

  7. Diane W says:

    How much fabric do I need to make this blouse?

  8. Cute and simple! Now to obtain some knit that isn’t already earmarked for another project…. =)
    Those girls are just adorable!

  9. I would love this one for 1-year girls

  10. Did the neckband come with the pattern? It didn’t printout for me.
    Thanks. Can’t wait to make it for my granddaughter.

    • I apologize I forgot to add the widths for the neckband! I didn’t make a pattern for them since it’s a flexible type of neckband to sew-I usually cut mine 1.75″ wide across the fabric width and then cut off the extra!

  11. Perfect little top!! I’ve got a Craft Gossip post scheduled for later today that links to your free pattern:
    http://sewing.craftgossip.com/?p=82856
    –Anne

  12. Very cute and oh my goodness those girls are growing up!!!

  13. I cannot find the seam allowances anywhere. Help please!

  14. Hello i want to sew this tunic – is there a seam allowance include?

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