All hail the very best of sewing telly – we’re huge fans of The Great British Sewing Bee and we’ve got one of our favourite projects from the past few series for you to make at home! Download these PDFs to stitch the camisole sewing pattern below. This is an extract from official book that accompanied series 3.
This camisole sewing pattern is a version of a larger jumpsuit sewing pattern from The Great British Sewing Bee: Fashion with Fabric by Claire-Louise Hardie (Quadrille, £25). All images © Love Productions. Photography © Jenni Hare, Charlotte Medlicott and Benoît Audureau.
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This project would work well in cotton lawn, viscose, silk twill, silk satin, polycotton, seersucker, cotton lawn, cheesecloth, sand-washed silk or cotton voile.
Download the PDFs to make the frill camisole sewing pattern (including the full pattern to level up and make it into a stylish jumpsuit pattern and trousers!) and find the instructions in Simply Sewing issue 16. The print edition of the magazine is no longer available, but you can find it on the Simply Sewing app.
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5 camisole sewing patterns to make today
Refashion a shirt into a cami top
We love to upcycle old clothes into new garments, giving them a new lease of life! This free camisole sewing pattern can be used to turn an old shirt into a lightweight cami top – perfect for the summer months.
Silk camisole sewing pattern
Stay chic and stylish this summer with this cool camisole sewing pattern from Sew Over It. This pattern doesn’t include darts, so it’s really easy to sew! If you don’t want to use silk, crepe or rayon fabric would work just as well.
Misses’ lace top from Sew Direct
This light and floaty top isn’t a traditional cami, but we still love it! It’s ideal for hot summer days. If you’re worried about it being see-through, you can simply wear a vest top underneath.
Bali blouse and sunset cami
Could this sunset cami be any cuter? Make it in bright floral fabrics to get into the holiday mood! This pattern set includes a Bali blouse design as an added bonus.
Portia woven top camisole sewing pattern
This pretty camisole sewing pattern looks fabulous in polka dot fabric! We love its casual summer style and it would look great teamed up with a pair of shorts or a denim skirt.
This pattern is in sizes 10-14, but other sizes are available in the StyleArc shop.