Making Modest Clothing: Peasant Tops

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Have you noticed that the trends in women’s clothing are becoming more revealing and less modest? Are you having a difficult time finding tops that aren’t too tight . . . or too clingy . . . or too low-cut?

Maybe it’s time to start sewing! With some basic sewing skills, you can sew a beautifully modest wardrobe that is both affordable and attractive.

The peasant top is one of the quickest and simplest styles to sew. Cool and comfortable for summer wear, it is easily adapted for a custom look.

Peasant Top

Peasant Top

Pair the peasant top with a simple skirt for a modest outfit that is both practical and pretty.

Peasant Top with Skirt

About this pattern:

  • This peasant top pattern is available from Ringger Clothing. It is not a commercially printed pattern, just a copy of what is used in their business. (If you are interested in ready-made or custom-made modest clothing, Ringger Clothing is the place to go!)
  • This pattern is very quick and easy. No collar, no facings, no buttons or buttonholes, no zippers!
  • Supplies needed: pattern, fabric, matching thread, and elastic.

What questions do you have about making peasant tops?

Linked to Modest MondaysBetter Mom Mondays, Works for Me WednesdayFeminine Friday.



Comments

  1. OOOOOOOOOOOH I Loooooooove your blouse, the color is Fantastic on you…

  2. lol I may end up with 6 arm holes lol

  3. Very cute and modest. Looks great!
    (and gorgeous background……Washington or Oregon?)

  4. Or may e Ohio???? Lol, sorry…anything outside of California intrigues me! I want to move to another state so bad. Can you tell?

    • PA! ;-) And you made me smile, since I often wonder why anyone would choose to live in PA, unless they truly enjoy winter, LOL!
      Thanks for stopping by!

  5. I love this top!I also love PA. My family lived there until my 12th bday and we moved to GA. I don’t know why anyone would live here unless they truly enjoy SUMMER! lol

  6. That is a very nice blouse, do I see a seersucker fabric too? If so, even better! I love fabric that I don’t have to iron!

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