Springfield Top

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Pattern format

Make room in your closet for the Springfield Top! This woven shell is ideal for layering under a cardigan or pairing with dark jeans and your favorite heels. View A features a loose, swingy silhouette and optional hem band, while View B uses back princess seams to beautifully skim your curves. Both variations have scooped necklines, back yokes, and comfortably split side seams. Bring on the weekend!

Product information




12 to 28, in three cup sizes (C/D, E/F, G/H). See Sizing Guide.


Light to midweight woven fabric such as cotton lawn, linen, chambray, rayon, crepe or silk. 

Bias facings are suitable for lightweight fabric only (Store-bought bias tape can also be used). 


Universal needle, thread. 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 63 reviews
Erin Lesnansky
Simple and Versatile

This pattern was easy to follow and sews up quickly. It’s easily altered to fit a variety of body shapes and sizes. The finished garment is roomy and forgiving. I did an adjustment to bring down the neckline about an inch, but otherwise, making one of the provided sizes was perfect for me. With fabric choice and provided options for a bottom band and cropped length, this pattern is also versatile, and the finished garment can be fancy or plain. I love it and I’ve already made two shirts on regular rotation in my wardrobe.

Excellent pattern, beautiful basic for your wardrobe!

This is a really well drafted woven tank top. The neckline hugs the body, the armseyes cover your bra and the cup size alteration is already done for you! Love the narrow bias facings that finish the neck and armseyes. It may look basic, but is such an essential piece in a wardrobe and you need this top. Under a sweater in winter or with a skirt for summer, this is a beautiful addition to anyone’s closet.

Great beginner project

This was my first ever piece of clothing I’ve sewn for myself.... very happy with how easy it was to put together, very clear instructions, and great tutorial. I made it in a straight 14 C/D bust, In view A to keep it simple, with quilters cotton, basically it was on the clearance rack, so thought it would be good to try as a muslin. I had two fitting issues, a gaping neckline, but have read and watched Jenny’s tutorial on how to fix this for my next one. And feels a bit tight at the arm holes when I bring my shoulders forward? Not sure if and where I should size up? Looking forward to sewing it in a more Swingy and flowing material next time and feeling pretty proud that I nearly managed get the fit right, and I sewed all the seams with a french seams.

Colleen McVeigh
Simple wardrobe staple that is perfect for a beginner

I purchased this pattern as a first garment attempt, and while the first one was wearable, there were some fit issues that Jenny was happy to help with! I cannot get over the availability of help from this company, from the well written instructions, to the sew along tutorials, to the social media presence. I ended up with a custom fit pattern that I used to make several tops that are perfect for layering under cardigans and blazers at the office.

Carolyn Branch
Springfield Top

Nice to find a pattern for large cup sizes. This is a bit of a learning curve for me. Sewing for a larger me is challenging. Should have made one from muslin as suggested. I am adjusting the top I am making now. In the past, the neck and armhole facings were wider. Have a little worry about making the skinny ones look good. All in all I think it will be nice.