Hi this is Jenifer here with you today hoping everyone is doing well.  I received this beautiful rayon fabric from Art Gallery Fabrics.  I had always heard great things about Art Gallery Fabrics but never had the opportunity to actually see and feel the fabric in real life and let me tell you it does not disappoint and I can’t wait to work with this fabric more in the future.

The rayon fabric drapes beautifully and it feels like silk, it is so soft and airy. I knew once I had it in my hands that I wanted to make myself a flowy blouse that I could dress up or wear with jeans.

Art Gallery Rayon Fabric Blouse

Supplies for the Blouse:

StitchNSew Pattern Material
Art Gallery Winterberry Pine Rayon

Other Supplies:
Oliso Iron
The Stylish Dress book

Select Your Pattern

Here are some free patterns we rounded up for you to try…


Find the pattern you would like to use for your project and trace out all of your lines and markings on the StitchNSew Pattern Material.  The Pattern Material is lightweight and flexible enough to be used numerous times and it folds nicely into the envelope.  I have already made this blouse twice because I love it so much.

Cut Out the Pattern Pieces

Cut out the StitchNSew pattern pieces you just traced out from your pattern sheet.  You are now ready to pin (or spray!) and cut out your pattern on your beautiful fabric and sew as instructed per the pattern instructions.

Consider using our NEW SpraynBond Pattern & Stencil Adhesive Spray to hold the pattern pieces in place when you cut your fabrics!

Eliminate the need for pinning with SpraynBond Pattern & Stencil Adhesive! This temporary, light-tack adhesive for fabric will hold patterns down, keeps stencils in place, and can be used on rulers to keep the cutting guide straight. Pattern & Stencil Adhesive is repositionable, reusable, and does not leave residue on fabrics.TooltipText

I hope you have enjoyed my project today and I hope you all have a wonderful Holiday and stay safe this season.

2 Comments on Sew a Beautiful Art Gallery Rayon Fabric Blouse

  1. Mary Reigel
    December 30, 2020 at 9:33 am (5 months ago)

    What pattern did you actually use for this blouse? None of the links you provided look like the one you used.

    • admin
      January 4, 2021 at 9:19 am (4 months ago)

      Hi…it is mentioned the pattern is from the following book: YOSHIKO TSUKIORI – Adult Couture Stylish Dress Book vol 2 Japanese Craft Book