Friday, January 31, 2014

Introducing the Judy Top Pattern

Judy, made up in Wainscot White vintage wash linen
Meet our newest pattern, Judy! The Judy Top has a multi button rouleau detail, drop shoulders and a curved hemline that sits just past the waist. The Judy Top is best worn over sleeveless dresses and tops and is a simple, stylish accompaniment with pants or long skirts. This pattern is best made up in light to medium weight linens and cottons, textured cottons or wool crepe.

 Judy, made up in Wainscot Asphalt vintage wash linen
The Judy Top pattern is available in both hardcopy as well as a PDF print-at-home/print copy shop version. All sizes (AUS XS, S, M, L, XL) are included. NOTE: hardcopy stocks of the Judy Top Pattern will be available in Sydney stores from tomorrow (1 Feb) and in Melbourne from Monday (3 Feb)


Our Judy samples above are gorgeously modelled by Judy - a long-time, super-stylish Tessuti customer who fell so head-over-heels in love with the pattern that we decided to name it after her.

Thea wearing Judy over her Lily Dress, made up in Wainscot Black vintage wash linen

All stores will be carrying a sample of the Judy top so you can take a closer look or try it on if you wish. 

Hope you love our latest pattern. Happy sewing and please do let us know what you think!

Suitable fabrics for the Judy Top include:

Wainscot Linen in assorted colours
Cady Crepe in assorted colours



8 comments:

  1. Judy looks fantastic! I can see this being such a useful layering and easy to wear little top.

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  2. Looks a lovely top with that nice touch of detail.

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  3. It's gorgeous... Might have to head into town in Monday for this one!

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  4. I really like the look of it but $25 seems an outrageous price...

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    1. Hi Rutie Gee, you can always purchase the PDF file for $10.
      Our hardcopy instruction booklet is printed in full colour and all sizes XS- XL are included.

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  5. Elegant simplicity. Would love the addition of a sleeve option. Did I see a reference to a button loop tute somewhere? thanks

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    1. Hi Jane,

      Our next pattern may be what you're looking for. Stay tuned for that and a button loop tutorial

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  6. This is a lovely top. I like it almost as much as I do the Jac shirt pattern. I am here in the states, and the shipping and handling fee is a bit much. I'm just waiting for some sort of s/h discount. I do prefer the hard copies, so I will have to wait. You have several great looking patterns. thanks for the free one also.

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