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Eva — Linen Tie Top Sewing Pattern (Free PDF)

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Description:

Simple versatility... wear Eva as a minimalist crop top tied at the waist, layered over our Nico sheath dress or even open as an easy throw-on-and-go breezy drapery jacket.

  • Free print-at-home format on A4 paper
  • Layered PDF to print just your size
  • Most patterns graded in size 0/2 to 28/30
  • Many have Step-by-step instructions on The Thread blog
  • No licensing restrictions. Sew as many as you like

Specifications:

Type: PDF Pattern
Skill Level: Beginner
Design Variations: 1
Illustrations: Yes
Instructions: Yes

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Customer Questions and Answers

TW

Hi I love the look of this pattern, but I cant print it to the right size with the square size. Also I would like to use the embedding, can you give any advice. I have printed others which are fine and correct to the 2 inch square suggested

Tresna • January 30, 2024
Lauren profile image F|S Team

Please send us an email so we can help you diagnose the issue, and send you relevant links to our Help center which has many tutorials on the topic.

Lauren • January 30, 2024
Barbara profile image

Would this pattern work with the IC012 Poplin? Specifically the Barbara print?

Barbara • September 4, 2023
Lauren profile image F|S Team

Yes, you can use the poplin for this pattern.

Lauren • September 4, 2023
JS

What weight of linen do you recommend for this top? I would think light, but what do you say? Thanks

Janice • July 17, 2023
Lauren profile image F|S Team

We recommend our IL020 lightweight handkerchief linen for this top. For an even lighter and sheer layer, our IL030 is beautiful.

Lauren • July 17, 2023
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Julie profile image Fun Fast Pattern

This pattern was so fast and fun to whip out. I'll be wearing it with all the patterns & my own line of clothing soon to be seen. The sizing I've learned for me is to go smaller on size by 2 sizes except in the hips. But this is relaxed and it probably doesn't need any altering! Fast & fun

Julie • October 20, 2019
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Elaine profile image The perfect summer top!

This is a wonderful way to add a little coverage to summer tank tops, and the Nico pattern. The sleeve was very narrow, and had to be altered. I finished the hems with a machine stitch that resembles hemstitching (back and forth several times for one stitch, and swing left one stitch - with a tightened needle thread the stitch pulls the fabric into lovely holes). I chose a buckle over a knot to avoid the bulk. A fancy buckle really dresses it up.

Elaine • June 16, 2019
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LP
I just can't get the right amount of boob coverage

I do wish that the patterns were tested with larger models instead of just adding more lines. Also, Patricia, that's the wrong way to respond to reviews. You could just not comment instead of telling people whether your definition of average matches theirs.

Livia • August 25, 2018
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PB
Choices Choices Choices

This pattern is sized for ladies 0/2 to 28/30. So Deborah, it simply cannot be considered "way too small for the average woman."

Patricia • April 27, 2018
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too small

why don't you make all your patterns for plus size also? I love this but it is way too small for the average woman.

Deborah • April 27, 2018

The sleeves were very small. I had to draft a new sleeve pattern to fit my "old age wings". The buckle is preferable to a bulky knot. I love my tank tops, but to go out in public, want to cover my shoulders and arms. This is the perfect pattern. The point d' paris stitch on my machine makes a beautiful hem stitched front and sleeves.

Elaine • June 14, 2019

Hem stitching on front of the Eva Blouse.

Elaine • June 14, 2019
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