Cameron — Linen Pullover Dress, Blouses and Top

Paper Pattern : $45.00
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The billowy swing silhouette of the Cameron collection beckons a warm summer's breeze. Keeping cool and stylish is easy in our 100% pure linen in this season's colors. A 3/4 sleeves blouse, a short sleeves blouse, a top and a pullover dress! Four great-looking variations,  one fast message: if you're looking for an instant wardrobe refresher, this is it.

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- 1:1 fit and pattern consultation with our in-house pattern maker and fit expert.
- The latest in sizing. We use up-to-date technology and body shape data to get you a better fit.
- Professional clothing construction techniques. Developed by industry insiders with 100 years of shared experience.
- Illustrated instructional booklet to get you from start to finish. Written with the beginner in mind.
- Comes printed on crease-free, rolled plotting paper. Professional quality.
- Your pattern comes with only the sizes you requested printed in vibrant colors. Less clutter for easier cutting.
- Complimentary pattern storage tube and pattern hook.
- Pattern card for easy reference.
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Pattern specifications:

Type: Paper Pattern
Skill Level: Advanced
Design Variations: 4
Sizes: 2 to 8, 10 to 16, 18 to 24
Illustrations: Yes
Instructions: Yes

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A new favorite
Reviewer: Dana

I made the long sleeve top using the mid weight IL019 Bleached signature linen, as several others who posted their work did, and I am so pleased with the results. I followed the instruction booklet and online tutorials from The Thread and I had no issues with the neck placket except that I will shorten the length of the neckline the next time I make it. I will also shorten the back length a bit because at my height (5'5") the back top-length was almost tunic length. It is a lovely, flowing top that will be a summer staple.

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The neckline is my nemesis!
Reviewer: Holly

I never could get the neck placket smooth - finally cur it off and added a thrid gusset, this time to the neckline, and embellished it with a motif from some lovely ribbon i had. Otherwise, the pattern lies beautifully - Better than any other full pullover dress pattern i have (And i have quite a few!)

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I'm sorry you had trouble with the neckline placket. You may find our tutorial on our blog helpful for when you sew your next Cameron, Here is the link:

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I really like this blouse except for the neckline.
Reviewer: Heidi

I made it as the instructions said to but I don't like the little tab flapping loose and the Vee is too low to suit me. I showed it to my brother in law who is a costumer for the studios in Hollywood and does bespoke clothing as well as Ren Faire on the side. He knows how to sew. He didn't like the loose flap either. He suggested taking out the neck and instead making a 1" bias Vee which I prefer very much more. However, after all these years, I still HATE ripping out seams!

FS Team profile image F|S Team

Thanks for your review, we truly appreciate the feedback on our patterns. We have created a fully photographed tutorial on our blog for this pattern, which will support the illustrated instructions in your Cameron Booklet. The instructions and tutorial Also both show you how to tack down the loose flap on the neckline. Tutorial for Neckline:

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Mariann profile image Beautiful pattern--just what I wanted!
Reviewer: Mariann

This is the perfect linen shirt style I was looking for. Details and tidy finishing. My first purchased pattern from fabrics-store, I was beyond impressed with details and instructions. I think a touch large for me but my daughter and my friend are both bidding for this shirt after I get one made for me!

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A great sewing experience!
Reviewer: Lisa

This was my first time using one of your patterns, and well worth the money! I goofed a lot having recently resurrected my sewing skills, but between the printed pattern instructions and the online tutorial for Cameron I was able to determine where I messed up and fix it each time. I made the short sleeve dress option in medium weight Blue Bonnet, and the finished dress is very nice. Wore it to the bridal shower! I will definitely make this again as a shirt with short sleeves and the top option.

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Cameron paper pattern
Reviewer: Georgia

I love the linen ! Cutting out the paper today ! BUT , your models are beautiful and so tall ! And you don't have any hints on where to shorten for my 5' 2" height ! I'm curving off from the bottom, and re aligning from the bottom, and setting mark for the gusset , I love the gusset idea! G.

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Thanks for sharing your review of our Cameron Pattern. We offer free 1-1 fit advice with our Premium patterns, so check your inbox from an email from our fit expert who can help you out with making the shortening adjustments.

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Cameron Dress
Reviewer: Sandy

I haven't had a chance to use this pattern but I'm sure it will be just as great as other patterns I have purchased.

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Morgann profile image Sewing FS patterns is a dream
Reviewer: Morgann

The Cameron blouse was no exception. Each pattern set ships to your doorstep printed on thick paper, saving time and effort during the cutting process. It comes with many garment options; the Cameron specifically has a dress, blouse, and top with multiple sleeve options. The patterns also include a well-written instruction booklet with beautiful finished product photos and detailed technical sketches. This speeds up the making process and feels like a treat compared to most modern sewing patterns.

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Warlene profile image Fresh and beautiful
Reviewer: Warlene

The pattern was smooth assembly and sewing. I actually had fun putting it together, I couldn't believe how smooth the process was.

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Reviewer: Zulay

Easy to use

In feather IL019, neck placket removed in favor of a third gusset. Drapes beautifully, and no accommodations needed for my larger bust.

Posted by Holly

This is the Cameraon dress, sleeveless in IL019 linen, hand dyed by me in Periwinkle which breaks in interesting variations of color around the shibori pins The photo does not do the dress justice as it seems to have truncated the length, but the color and pattern are good. I found this pattern to be easy after a bit of fussing with the neck detail and the gussets. I like the way it feels on, flowing gently around.

Posted by Christina

This is the Cameron blouse made with medium weight linen. I love the fit, the pattern was easy to use. The fabric is wonderful, it keeps me warm enough and not too cold at the same time. The fabric drapes very well also.

Posted by Suzanne

Made size 12, no modifications in IL019 BLEACHED FS Signature Finish. More to come, albeit a size smaller!

Posted by Mariann

I used medium weight linen, Blue Bonnet color. Pattern was wonderful to use. Next time will make the top, also will make again as a short sleeve shirt.

Posted by Lisa

The simplicity of this design drew me in right away. It looks to be inspired by a timeless button-down white shirt with the pleated back yoke, but a paired down version with a few less components and a feminine touch. Instead of a collar, a tabbed neck-placket. There are no front pockets or button closure, but a slightly oversized, pullover style. The curved hem represents the classic shirt inspiration, while the slit gusset detail adds a unique touch. Those little details can go unnoticed at first glance, but they are often what make or break the functionality of a garment for me.

Posted by Morgann

I knew I wanted the drawn threadwork to be the main feature, while highlighting a few details of the pattern such as the neckline, yoke, and cuffs. With what I had in mind I was able to eliminate a few pattern pieces, cutting only the front, back, yoke, and sleeve pattern pieces. I also cut two strips 2″ wide – the length of my neckline – to replace the existing placket and two strips 7″ wide -the length of the sleeve wrist- for my cuffs. You can find the threadwork tutorial here:

Posted by Nayila

Easy pattern.

Posted by Peter

Camron pattern in 4C22 Reed

Posted by Warlene

I used the Cameron short sleeve pattern in Sanguine softened linen for the top

Posted by Linda
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