1930s Tops & Blouse Sewing Patterns
Blouses from the early part of the decade continued to popularize the use of separates, possibly for office wear, possibly because a blouse is easier to launder in a wash-basin than a dress, and probably because a blouse takes less fabric. The ability to get several looks from the same two or three blouses and one or two skirts might be another attraction in the scarce-money days of the 1930s. 1930s fashion sewing patterns embraced the ‘bellhop’ shirt as well as Bolero and often shown paired with button front beach pajamas, A few blouses (long or short-sleeved ) plus two or three skirts or suits, would combine to make a really extensive wardrobe.
Our 1930's vintage Blouse & Top collection is available in sizes ranging from XXS – XXL. We offer either the original pattern, a high-quality true to scale 1930s sewing pattern reproduction or an easy PDF sewing pattern to download at home.