10 Comments

  1. Sasha said:

    Love it… it’s perfect in that liberty ! I read elsewhere too that the Granville has too long too narrow sleeves. How does the upper chest fit, is it tight? I mean fit wise, does it allow for decent arm circumduction ?

    January 26, 2016
    • Rebecca said:

      Thanks Sasha! My sleeves were too narrow and too long but it was easy to shorten the length and widen the sleeve- especially since the tightness wasn’t in the sleeve cap but in the mid arm for me. I have full range of movement and the bust was fine for me. I’m pear shaped so this fit me very well. One of the reasons I love this blouse is that it has a fitted silhouette but is still very comfortable.

      January 26, 2016
  2. Chris said:

    So Beautiful!
    I’ll be sewing one of these soon myself. Although I’m torn between the Granville Shirt and the Oakridge Blouse. Will probably end up sewing both – ha ha!

    January 26, 2016
    • Rebecca said:

      Thanks so much Chris! I really love this pattern-I know I’ll be making more soon. :)

      January 26, 2016
  3. Sheryll said:

    What beautiful fabric! Well done on your first shirt, you’ve don an awesome job!

    January 31, 2016
    • Rebecca said:

      Thanks so much Sheryll!

      January 31, 2016
    • Rebecca said:

      Thanks so much!

      January 31, 2016
  4. Jennifer A said:

    The top looks great. I love the Liberty print. I finally ordered fabric specifically to make this top. I’ll buy the PDF for the pattern once my fabric is in. My measurements are almost the exact same as yours. I’m a 36/31/41. Since I have an inch more in the waist do you think I would fit size 10? Or maybe I should increase the width in the waist a tad?

    January 31, 2016
    • Rebecca said:

      Thanks so much Jennifer! I think there’s enough ease to make it in the 10 since our measurements are so close. I’d suggest increasing the side seam allowance a bit before sewing to make sure the fit is okay- just to be on the safe side.

      January 31, 2016

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