McCall’s 2094 blouse…again

This is one of those tried and true (TNT) patterns for me. I had some material left over from a pair of slim  pants I made last year (Colette Clover pants). It was more than a yard so I wanted to make something with it and decided on a top. This is the pattern I used: 

I believe this is OOP now.  I made the sleeveless top. 

I have used this pattern for dance costumes years ago when my daughter was in high school. I have used it for quick and easy projects, etc. 

The only thing I did differently this time was to use snaps (black) instead of buttons. I’m happy with the results. It did take me a few test runs to remember how to attach the snaps. It’s been a while since I’ve done that, but glad I did.

Now, on to the next project!

11 thoughts on “McCall’s 2094 blouse…again

  1. Thanks. I just keep trying different patterns with different techniques. The more I sew the better I become. I'd say it took a few months of consistent sewing. And several mistakes in between 😅.

  2. I have this pattern, too but have never made anything with it. Yours is inspiring. Found you on Goodbye, Valentino's blog: so gald I did. You sew wonderfully—how long did it take you to become so proficient? I am returning from a 20 year break!

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