So excited to share more updated pattern images with you today! This set of images is of the Eucalypt woven tank and dress sewing pattern, one of my absolute wardrobe staples.
Now you can see the pattern from every angle, and get a really great idea of how it fits and what all the details are before sewing it up yourself.
I’ve always loved the linen city skyline fabric used for this sample. I still have a small amount of it left and i’m hoarding it like a crazy person trying to decide what to use it for!
This pattern comes with four variations: a woven tank top, a woven tank dress, a woven tank top with centre front seam and a woven dress with centre front seam. I love that centre front seam option as it allows you to do really cool stuff like easily add button plackets or insert a zipper.
This pattern is a great beginner project but also great for experienced sewers who want a basic block to expand on, or a nice quick sew.
Here are a few of my favourite tutorials we’ve done for Eucalypt hacks over the last few years:
- How to make a colour blocked button front placket variation
- How to add a faux leather collar and patch pockets
- How to make a jersey maxi dress
- Refashioned denim Eucalypt dress
And here are a few tutorials to help you with the technical aspects of sewing Eucalypt:
- How to sew french seams (or if you don’t like french seams, 6 seam finishes and when to use them)
- How to make bias tape
- 3 ways to sew a rolled hem
- How to raise the armsyce on a Eucalypt (the pattern is loose fit, so this is for if you’d like to make it closer under the arms)
These are just a few of the shots, you can check out the rest in store here. Hope you enjoy them!
As per usual, thanks to my fab team for making this shoot awesome:
Model // Ashleigh Head
MUA // Em for Milla
Styling & shoot assist // Yvette Brownlie
Shoot assist // Sarah Mawer