The Corin is a drapey drop shoulder top with a wide round neckline. The pattern includes two sleeve options – a ruffled cap sleeve and a straight 3/4 length sleeve. An optional gathered elastic detail at the front and back waist adds interest and shaping. While we have sewn up three views of the pattern, the sleeves and elastic can be combined in any configuration to create 6 different options.
Techniques involved include sewing a straight seam, setting sleeves, applying bias facing, sewing an elastic casing, and basic hemming.
Dani is wearing a size 24 Corin
Please Note: This pattern will be available in printed paper format but due to an international paper shortage we are unable to give an exact release date at this time.
Fabric and Notions
Suggested Fabrics: Light to medium-weight woven fabrics with plenty of drape such as double gauze, charmeuse, crepe de chine, rayon, and rayon blends. Linen is not recommended for the ruffle sleeve version of this top. Extra fabric may be needed to match plaids, stripes, or one-way design prints.
Notions: Thread, 1 yd of ½" (1.27 cm) wide non-roll elastic, safety pin
Paper Pattern Details
This product is a pre-printed paper pattern. You will receive an instruction booklet and tissue pattern tucked inside a paper envelope. Pattern is printed in the USA on recycled paper with soy-based inks.
Digital Pattern Details
This pattern can also be purchased as a digital download. You will receive an email containing a unique URL to download your pattern directly after your purchase is complete. This pattern will be delivered to you via email. The Archer Button Up comes as a layered PDF. This pattern includes the following files:
Digital Instruction Booklet: 17 pages
Print at Home Pattern: 32pages
US Copy Shop Pattern: 1 page
A0 Copy Shop Pattern: 2 pages
Printing Instructions: 2 pages
You do not need to print all of the pattern files, just the one that corresponds to how you intend to print. If you have additional questions please see our FAQ which includes our Digital Product Policies. If you need help printing and assembling your pattern, take a look at our PDF Printing and Assembly Guide!