Another Vogue 1412

V1412 flowers back

This is my second version of the Rebecca Taylor top from Vogue 1412, this time in crepe de chine.  The trousers are Burda 12/2011 #133 in a polyester crepe from very deep stash, and fully lined in bemberg.133_1211_b_largeThis is the inside of the blouse front once the buttonholes and buttons have been finished.  This shows the true colours of the silk.

Vogue 1412 front interior

It’s a rather spring-coloured outfit, but I thought I’d share the makes even if it’s autumn.

V1412 flowers

I really like this top pattern, having made it twice. (The trousers are comfy, too. I made another pair in linen, which I’ll share later.)


12 thoughts on “Another Vogue 1412

  1. I’ve made two muslins/toils of this pattern. Having a hard time understanding the front closure. I’m used to more instruction with indie patterns. To say that the instructions for this blouse (version B) are minimalistic is an understatement. I really like your blouse. Looks great on you

    1. Thanks, Christina! Whenever I have difficulty understanding how pieces go together I always practice! That said, I don’t really have much experience with indie pattern instructions, so cannot compare their instructions with Vogue. Good luck! This really is a pretty blouse to make and wear.

  2. Vogue 1412 is always a winner. I’ve lost count of how many skirts and tops I’ve made from this one pattern. You have a great eye for fabrics.


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