Agnes Top Sewing Pattern
Choose from a narrow-banded neckline that scoops, or a ruched sweatheart neckline, as well as ruched or plain sleeves. Use a lightweight knit jersey for this pattern, for a form-fitting look.
Full Sizing Details: UK 6-20 (Chest: 30" - 46", Waist: 24" - 40", Hips: 33" - 49")
Fabric Requirements: All Sizes: 1.5m
See the Agnes Top pattern on the Tilly and the Buttons site.
Agnes Top Makes from the Web
I love the ruched sleeves that transform an ordinary tee-shirt into something special. The viscose jersey makes sleeves that are not as “puffy” as the ones in the cover image, but I prefer the sleeves this way.
Our notes: We're a bit obsessed with how perfect these ruched sleeves look (just the right amount of puff!), but this project is worth a visit for the tips about sizing with different substrates!
Pattern is hacked from the Tilly and The Buttons Agnes top. I used the long sleeve version of the top, cut it to finish at the waist and added a half-circle skirt
Our notes: It's amazing what you can do with just one pattern! THe style and fabric combo on this one is just... **chef's kiss**
This is super cute, I've been looking for a dress similar to this and I never would have thought the Agnes top would be this cute as a dress!
Our notes: The ABSOLUTE cutest. Plus the fit here is divine! But that fabric really shines in this pattern, it's such a great canvas for a bold print.
It's the first garment I've made from start to finish in one go and it's the first one I've made using my overlocker everywhere I could!
Our notes: Fantastic job! We love reading about skill building, goal setting, and triumphing over sewing difficulties!
The pattern is brilliant, it comes with a full little booklet of detailed instructions with photos.
Our notes: Oh, those sleeves! We can't get past how delightful they look in this striped fabric.
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