Happy Saturday! Today I’m wearing the Brielle blouse from Rebecca Page Patterns. She has so many beautiful blouses that it was so hard to choose which one I wanted to make this month for my April sew.

This one has two separate options, a long sleeve and a sleeveless. Because I live in the South I chose the sleeveless option.


I chose georgette fabric from Hobby Lobby. I used about 2 yards but I had so much left over that you can easily use 1.5 yards instead. It was very affordable and only cost $9 for the amount I purchased. IMG_4079

I definitely developed a new skill set when working with georgette. I think the last time I used it was probably 5 years ago and I wasn’t as advanced in my sewing. I made a pretty kimono in theory -but oh, the edges and seams. Eek! Just awful.

This time around, I had much better luck and I was able to manage the fabric at the sewing machine. The challenge was at the cutting table – but I powered through that as well. The key is to use a rotary cutter with a new blade and tons of pattern weights.


I would change one thing with this pattern. I would consider grading a pattern down the next time I make it. There is a lot of ease in this pattern, especially in the stomach area.

I think I would also consider making this into a hack one day. Do we like the idea of a maxi dress with this same neckline?IMG_4080


4 responses to “The Brielle Blouse by Rebecca Page Patterns”

  1. indoorshannon Avatar

    Super Cute girl- of course you can never have too many maxis in my opinion 🙂 That may be a fun hack.


    1. R A V E N Avatar

      Thanks Shannon! I too believe in never enough maxis lol


  2. Utamika Avatar

    Fabulous 🙂


    1. R A V E N Avatar

      Thank you! 🥰


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