Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Rebecca Page Emma Top

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If you're like me, you probably have some soft, floaty woven fabrics in your stash, without a purpose, just sitting there looking pretty. Probably in a small amount of yardage too. No shame. The fabric in today's project is probably 8 years old.

Rebecca Page Emma Top

This is the Emma Top from Rebecca Page, in a poly woven that I want to say came either from Girl Charlee, or maybe Jo-Ann's. I'm not much of a print gal, and this isn't much of a print ha! It's black (my comfort color) with small orange and white accents. 

Rebecca Page Emma Top

The Emma comes in women's or girl's (just recently released in the Curvy range) or even a doll pattern. A sewalong launched this week as well, sign up here! The pattern includes options for FIVE different lengths. It has a button closure in the back.

Rebecca Page Emma Top

I made the top version. I opted to size down from the measurement chart, but I probably should have gone with my measurements. Sewing it as drafted in a too-small size, the armholes were a bit high and had to be let out. 

Rebecca Page Emma Top

I also shortened the height of the collar. I took photos of this process but I'm not sure I did it "right" or could explain it well, so I haven't included them. The sewalong does address this modification, however!

Rebecca Page Emma Top

This top was a quick sew and the directions were excellent. My 10 year old daughter actually stole it as soon as it was finished!

Grab the Mommy and Me bundle of this pattern, there's still plenty of time to make this up as super cute matching Easter dresses!

I am a Rebecca Page Brand Ambassador and received this pattern for free. All opinions are my own.

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