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Yellow Tail Camisole #3101

Suggested Price: $12.00

instantly downloadable PDF pattern

The seamlines on the Yellow Tail Camisole look like the tail of a Yellow Tail Snapper.

fits 30″-47″ busts

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Product Description

The Yellow Tail Camisole is a comfortable yet cheeky knit top that pairs perfectly with the Summercrisp Skirt or a pair of jeans. Wear it on a date for an effortlessly sexy look. Throw it on to keep cool at the gym or cozy while lazing about at home.

Make your camisole in one solid color to let the seaming details subtly spice up your outfit or have fun color blocking the triangular panels & bra-like shaping at the bust for a graphic look.

The top of the camisole & the straps are finished with fold over elastic so you don’t have to fiddle around with turning small straps. Negative ease at the bust & hips combined with subtle shaping in the triangular panels lets the pattern hug your curves while zero ease at the waist gives you a little room to breathe.

This pattern is a good jumping off point for hacking. For a less modern look, use stretch lace for the straps instead of the fold over elastic the pattern calls for. If you can’t find fold over elastic or lace to perfectly match your fabric, cuts strips of your main fabric & apply them like bias tape. Use a soft rayon jersey & lengthen the pattern into a cozy slip or saucy dress.

 

What’s with this “Pay what you want” thing?

It’s exactly what it says: pay whatever you want for the pattern, whether that be $0, $0.01, $10, $100.01, or whatever sum it is you want. If you want to try out a Disparate Disciplines pattern for free before purchasing one of the paid patterns, or if you can’t afford to purchase a pattern, then please take this one for free. If you would like to see more patterns like this or have gotten some value out of the other work & free resources that are being offered on this site, then please pay what you feel comfortable with.

Why not just offer this pattern for free?

50% of proceeds are going to charity. Click here to vote for which charity you would like all the funds collected (not just your contribution) to go to. The charity with the most votes wins. The charities you can select from will focus on providing food to hungry people.

Why will Disparate Disciplines be keeping half of the proceeds?

To pay for the cost of the plugin that allows you to pay whatever you want, to break even on the cost of producing the pattern, and to fund future charitable patterns.

This camisole has been given the full workup, with everything from professional drafting, trying the pattern on multiple fit models, making it up in different fabrics to see how it would behave, writing fully illustrated instructions, testing the pattern with multiple test stitchers & having a photo shoot.

Your PDF pattern will come with a printing guide so you only print the pages you need from the nested pattern.

The pattern also features a recipe for pecan crusted yellow tail snapper by Rhonda as well as a printable envelope to make storing your pattern pieces easy & convenient.

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Fabric:
approximately 50% 4-way stretch medium to light weight knits like cotton, wool, rayon or synthetic blends: jersey, French terry, doubleknits with a high proportion of spandex; click here to see an infographic describing different knits to use with this pattern

Notions:
50-70″ of 5/8″ fold over elastic; elastic lace or strips of self fabric applied like bias tape will work in the place of fold over elastic

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How to Assemble your PDF Pattern and Envelope

Choosing your Fabric

Grading Between Sizes and Cutting your Fabric

Sewing the Center Back to the Back

Sewing the Front

Sewing the Side Seams

Measuring and Attaching Fold Over Elastic

Making Bust Adjustments After You’ve Sewn your Camisole

Making Fabric Straps

Hemming

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