Simple Batwing Top Pattern
Make a simple batwing top with this easy pattern in all sorts of fabrics. (Sew Different).
This sheer top (below) is SO easy to wear and SO easy to make. It is literally just 2 pieces of fabric sewn together.
Perfect for beginners or anyone who loves the freedom of the batwing.
The top made by Sew Different is edged at the cuffs with a thin band of neon orange trim which makes something that could be a bit bog standard into something special and a bit funky. All the edges are created with a tiny turned over hem. Don’t forget to Stay Stitch your curved neckline!
This pattern takes 1.75 metres of fabric (standard 150cm / 60inch width). NO SEAM ALLOWANCE.
Download your pattern below:
(You can print it out on pieces of paper like tiles and stick it together to make a full size pattern. The first one is set up for A4 paper and the second one is set up for American Letter size.)
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