PDF pattern available in size 12 - 32 and printed pattern available in size 12 - 28. We will update the printed version as soon as possible!
Elevate your style with the Montrose Top! This timeless pattern features two variations: View A is a scoop neck blouse with short sleeves and curved back yoke, while View B shows off lace fabrics with a jewel neck, elbow length sleeves, and keyhole back. And, there are standard or full bicep sleeve options for both. Whether you choose a delicate, embroidered tulle, or flirty floral voile, the Montrose Top is sure to be a hit!
SEWING LEVEL: Beginner
SIZING: 12 to 28 (printed pattern), 12-32 (PDF pattern), in three cup sizes (C/D, E/F, G/H), and with two sleeve sizes (standard and full bicep). See Sizing Guide.
RECOMMENDED FABRIC: Light- to mid-weight woven opaque or sheer fabrics with good drape, like silk, lawn, voile or lace.
NOTIONS: Universal needle, hand sewing needle (view B), thread, store-bought light weight bias tape (optional), hook & eye closure or small button (view B).
USE THE DROPDOWN MENU ABOVE TO ORDER EITHER A PRINTED PATTERN, WHICH WILL BE MAILED TO YOUR ADDRESS, OR A PDF PATTERN, WHICH CAN BE DOWNLOADED.
The PDF comes as files to print at home or at a copy shop. Files are delivered as a .zip file which can be downloaded on a computer, but not on a mobile device. For more on PDFs, see the FAQs.
NOTE: There are separate files for each view and cup size so you only have to print what you need.
Instructions: 14 pages (3.9 MB)
Print at Home Pattern pieces: 48 pages (0.6 MB)
Copy shop (A0 or US 36" x 48" size): 2-3 pages (0.4 MB)
Another fabulous pattern that fit as it should.
Amazing pattern! I usually have to make many mods to get a pattern to fit. With this top all I had to do as a forward shoulder and lower the bust dart. Fits my curves nicely. Instructions easy to follow. Nice basic top.
Easy pattern to cut and sew, with a very good end result. Worth trying different options and materials. Perfect for hacking as well.
I’m very happy with my Montrose top pattern! I first made it up in muslin with the smallest bust size and liked the fit. I usually have a problem with plus sized patterns being way too large in the bust and armhole. The shoulder seam came a little off the shoulder, so in my next version I brought it in 1/2 inch and this improved the fit. So far I have made two tunics and will probably make more, changing up the neckline and sleeves just for the fun of it!
I will be traveling from my home in Alaska to Georgia for a family wedding in August and I have set myself an ambitious list of things to sew for the trip so I don’t die of heat stroke. I haven’t sewed wovens in a very long time and the first couple of tops I tried did not work out well. I was getting discouraged and starting to dread the trip and the sewing.
I saw this pattern and decided to give it a try as I had very good success with a dress I made from one of your patterns for my granddaughter. I am so pleased with the result! Even though I started with a 26 C/D and graded out to a total of 4” wider than the 28 in the hip, it worked out perfectly.
The quality of the pattern drafting really shows and I appreciate the extra details that so many indie pattern designers don’t bother with - particularly the cutting layout, notches, and sleeve that is slightly different between the front and back for a better fit.
When working with a woven, those details make all the difference. I now have a pattern that fits me and I can start sewing my way through the fabrics I am excited about, Thank you!