reversible wrap top tutorial and free pattern for birch fabrics! (oh, and a giveaway!)

I’m so excited to share this top with you today over on the Birch Fabrics blog! It’s a reversible wrap top with cute little flutter sleeves! And as a bonus-I have created a free pattern for you to use! (available in 3 sizes: 12-24 mo, 2/3T, and 4/5…if you do use the pattern, please follow my blog as a courtesy!) I got to play around with the gorgeous new Eiko line from Birch Fabrics. It’s organic cotton-I love this stuff. It’s got a great feel and drape and was perfect for this little wrap top.┬á Their fabric is produced from 100% organic cotton, and printed with low impact dyes. I used Stamp Stripe in Pool, and Birds & Blossoms in Paprika to sew up this top!

Sadie LOVED that she got two tops in one-she seriously couldn’t decide which was her favorite. I’m partial to aqua, but I’ve got to admit, the red totally won me over!

You decide. ­čÖé

and make sure to head over to check out the full tutorial and free pattern! Did I mention I’m excited about the free pattern!? Well…..I am!

Sorry about the limited sizes…..this pattern has only been tested by me in the 4/5 size, and it’s not perfect, but it is FREE. Seam allowance is 3/8″ on the pattern. I may come back to it someday and grade it up, but no promises! I would also say it runs a little small. For personal use only please.

But first a few more million pics.

and then you can enter below to win your choice of TWO yards of fabric from the Eiko line!
Which you can see a little bit of below. Gorgeous colors right? Woohoo!

Onto some more pics. You can see her cute little skinny jeans in action here, and her new faux Toms. Adorbs!

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  1. Those fabrics are gorgeous! I just adore those colors!


  3. The top! The fabric! SO stinkin’ cute… you’re killin’ me!

  4. Ahh I love Birch fabrics!! Thanks for the FREE pattern and a giveaway!! p.s. Loving Miss Sadie’s skinny jeans and shoes!

  5. Jess, the top is so sweet ­čÖé You make such beautiful things ­čÖé Thank you for sharing… Needless to say the model is stunning ­čÖé

  6. OHMIGOODNESS Sadie is totally adorable in that top and her skinny jeans!!!! I really wish this top would fit me! hehe You know… I’m only in Sacramento…. you could totally let me borrow your wardrobe!

  7. Aww, CUTE. That red really grows on you, doesn’t it? =)

  8. Super cute, Jess! I love it.

  9. super cute!

  10. Adorable top! Headed to check out the pattern right now!

  11. love it! I’m pinning it and heading straight over for your tutorial … thank you very much for sharing ­čÖé

  12. Love this top! Thank you so much for sharing this adorable top pattern for FREE! Will make one!

  13. I also think the red side is soooo cute. What an adorable top! Love it!!

  14. Thanks for the pattern… I have 2 Granddaughters with me tomorrow I’ll have to try it out.

  15. That’s an absolutely adorable top. Your little girl is getting so big too. She’s still super cute.

  16. Thank you Jess, you are one talented lady:-) It is still cool in Australia, so might whip one up for my daughter to layer under with long sleeve tee. Cheers Fiona

  17. Work it, girl! Absolutely gorgeous, I’m pinning for sure!

  18. Such cute fabric!!!
    And the tops are adorable.

    Thank you for sharing.



  19. Such a lovely pattern! I have already printed it out but do have a question, Does the pattern include seam allowance or not?

  20. @Popcorn-it does include 3/8″ seam allowance!

  21. Thank you so much for the pattern!!

  22. I love both colours – cannot believe how big S is getting – all grown up!

  23. I’ve just received a couple of yards of fabric from birch fabrics, as part of my “flip this pattern” winning prize, and I can tell you they are gorgeous!
    I would love to have some more!

  24. It really is a great fabric collection and the top is adorable!

  25. That top is too adorable. I love how it is reversible. The red is so wonderful. Little Sadie is such a cutie, and growing up.

  26. This top is precious!! I really want to try 1 for both my girls!

  27. Such a cute top, in great fabrics! and I am thinking it would be a great dress too! Thanks for the pattern:)

  28. Oooh, I love the aqua! Such a great pairing with the red, too. Very cute–I also agree that it would be great as a dress!

  29. Can’t wait to make this for our southern hemisphere summer!

  30. So adorable Jess! Thanks so much for the free pattern, and I would LOVE some of that amazing fabric. WOW!
    Heidi @

  31. Gorgeous! Entered!

  32. Quiero……..!

  33. Gorgeous fabrics!
    I’m off to check out the pattern – thanks!!

  34. Oh wow these are just gorgeous! thanks for sharing!

  35. Love this pattern! It wasn’t until I started making it for the second time that I realized the sizing key doesn’t match up to the sizes listed on the pattern. Do you think the largest size runs closer to a 4/5T (on the pattern) or a 3/4T (on the key)? Thanks!

  36. @Teri Olson Thanks for pointing that out, my bad! It should be updated soon in the pattern, the largest size fits my Sadie (who wears a 4T) pretty loosely, and she has a 21″ chest measurement. Hope this helps!

  37. Jess I just had to comment that this is so, so cute. Gotta love a wrap top and it looks super adorable with her skinnies and faux toms!! Nice work.

  38. Hi, Wanted to know what pattern you used for the skinny jeans? The fit looks great. Thank you.

  39. I love this pattern! Made it last night and it whipped up so easily and so, so cute. It will be a great staple. I changed it up a little to use buttons instead of ties, and blogged about it here. Thanks for the pattern, Jess and Birch!

  40. Thanks for the pattern. It came together so easily and I love the clean look. Here’s my version:

  41. Love this pattern! Thought you might like to see my version ­čÖé

  42. Thanks for posting a great free tutorial and pattern. I made up the top for my13 month old niece for Christmas and it turned out really sweet! I posted my version here:

  43. where is the tutorial for the wrap top? I have downloaded the pattern but can’t find the tutorial. The link the is meant to take you – takes me to a christmas tree skirt pattern. Can anyone help please?

  44. Thank you!! I just made one for my little miss and it’s absolutely lovely! And SO easy! I see many more of these sweet little tops in our future ­čÖé

  45. Jess, we are doing a review of your reversible wrap top on our blog today.

  46. Cute top!! I helped a friend sew one today and can tell you a super easy and quick way to finish hem. Last step: turn top inside out with right sides of hem together. Sew hem seam (about 1/2″ width) leaving small opening for turning garment right side out. Press hem and top stitch. Makes a very neat finish, and less tricky.

    Hopefully my directions are clear.

  47. june cornish says

    Hi I am new to sewing and trying to make you wrap top ,when it says cut 2front do we do. One then turn pattern over and cut another sorry if this sounds silly x

  48. I cant seem to find what kind of fabric to use with that pattern Reversable Wrap, is the Eiko Line a cotton lycra knit? A woven?

  49. Thank you so much…. greetings from northeast Germany… I love it…??

  50. Thank you so much for sharing this cute top !!
    I sew one !
    you can see it here :


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