Patron de chemise et de robe-chemise Kalle
Fabric and Supplies
Réalisez une Kalle fluide et drapée avec des tissus doux comme le tencel, le lin, la rayonne challis et le crêpe de chine de soie. Les tissus plus serrés comme la popeline, le chambray, le voile, la flanelle et les chemises traditionnelles créeront une silhouette plus structurée.
MÉTRAGE REQUIS (TAILLES 0-20)
Vue A (court)
45" / 1,15m : 0-6 = 2yd/1,8m, 8-20 = 2,25yd/2m
58" / 1,5m : 0-6 = 1,5yd/1,4m, 8-14 = 1,75yd/1,6m, 16-20 = 2yd/1,85m
Vue B (Tunique)
45" / 1,15m : 0-14 = 2,5yd/2,3m, 16-20 = 2,75yd/2,5m
58" / 1.5m : 0-6 = 1.75yd/1.6m, 8-14 = 2yd/1.85m, 16-20 = 2.25yd/2m
Vue C (Chemise)
45" / 1,15m : 0-14 = 2,75yd/2,5m, 16-20 = 3yd/2,75m
58" / 1.5m : 0-6 = 2yd/1.85m, 8-14 = 2.25yd/2m, 16-20 = 2.5yd/2.25m
MÉTRAGE REQUIS (TAILLES 14-32)
Vue A (coupée)
45" / 1,15m : 14-20= 2,25yd/2m, 22-32= 3yd/2,75m
58" / 1,5m : 14-20 = 2yd/1,85m, 22-32= 2,25yd/2m
Vue B (Tunique)
45" / 1,15m : 14-20= 3yd/2,75m, 22-32= 3,25yd/3m
58" / 1,5m : 14-20 = 2,5yd/2,25m, 22-32 = 2,75yd/2,5m
Vue C (Robe-chemise)
45" / 1,15m : 14-20 = 3,5yd/3,2m, 22-32 = 3,75yd/3,4m
58" / 1,5m : 14-20 = 2,75yd/2,5m, 22-32 = 3,25yd/3,2m
- Entoilage fusible léger
- Boutons de chemise 1/2" (0-20 : cropped = 5, tunique = 8, robe = 9, patte de boutonnage = 4, 14-32 : cropped = 7, tunique = 9, robe = 11, patte de boutonnage = 4)
- Fil de polyester
Tailles : 0-20 et 14-32 (voir notre tableau des tailles ici)
Mesures finales : Voir les mesures finales complètes ici
Instructions : Anglais et français (les instructions en français ne sont disponibles qu'en PDF)
Fichier à imprimer (Lettre & A4) : 0-20 = 46 pages, 14-32 =60 pages, les tailles sont en calques.
Fichier copyshop pour centre d'impression (36 "x48" / A0) : 0-20 = 2,5 pages, 14-32 = 3 pages, les tailles sont en calques.
- Choosing a Size and Pattern Adjustment
- Sewing a Standard Button Placket
- Sewing a Hidden Button Placket
- Sewing a Popover Button Placket
- Sewing a Curved Patch Pocket
- How to Sew a Shirt Yoke (The Burrito Method)
- Sewing Sleeve Cuffs
- How to Sew a Band Collar
- How to Sew a Collar (Traditional Method)
- How to Sew a Collar the Easy Way
- How to Sew a Curved Faced Hem
- Sewing Bias Hem and Side Seams (View B &C)
Tutoriels de couture associés
Astuces et inspiration pour patrons
From the Closet Core Patterns Community
I had been looking for a shirt dress pattern and was so excited to try this after so many people recommended it. It definitely didn't disappoint! I loved it so much that I made it twice! The instructions are clear but I really appreciated the sew along, especially as a beginner sewist. I made a size 6 and added a few inches to make it a bit longer. I also made the hem the same length in the front and back since I'm not a huge fan of the high-low style. Love this pattern!
With so many options to choose from, it's hard not to find something to love in this pattern. The directions are simple enough, and there's a sew-a-long if you need a visual. My one piece of feedback is that I wish the front hem facing indicates that it could be cut on the fold if you use the popover placket.
With the help of the clear instructions and blog post I made this shirt. No toile just worked from finished measurements and it fits beautifully. I managed to make the shirt from only 75cm of this fabric, using white fabric for facings. Planning on making more shirt and a shirt dress. Thank you
Love this pattern! The instructions are detailed and easy to follow. I’ve made 2 tops using different options and have worn both several times.
Good pattern and easy to follow. I managed to make view A with only one metre of linen by shortening the back and omitting the hem facings, using a bias binding instead.
This is my first Closet Core pattern, and I had been told their instructions are particularly clear. I was not disappointed - very clearly written instructions for a well designed pattern. I was quite surprised to find the 'yoke' is not actually structural, but rather a 'bib' added over the top of the main bodice pieces. This worked quite well for my lightweight fabric, reducing the see-through-ness - not sure how it would go in a heavier/less drapey fabric. I was between sizes (16 and 18) and chose to size down, as I don't usually like my clothes too oversized- but next time I would size up, as this designed suits being quite oversized. I ended up giving my size 16 top to a friend - it looks great and she loves it so win there.