When the testing call came from Coffee and Thread for the new Roho Blouse I didn’t hesitate for a second to join the fun!
I love how dramatic the sleeves are and the gathered front.
The Roho calls for light to mid-weight woven fabric. It has raglan sleeves, hem and neck facings, three sleeve lengths and the front can be gathered with elastic or not gathered at all. Its a rather fast and easy to sew.
Since this is a loose fit style I made size 6 without my usual adjustments for my hips. I did however add 5 cm to the sleeves, that is another common adjustment I often make.
I had to make one with short sleeves cause I’m so ready for warmer weather.
The black one on top is from linen, this flowery one is I think cotton voile and then I made one more with long sleeves from shirting fabric.
The shirting fabric is a little stiff so the sleeves become even more dramatic. All fabrics are bought from Imagine Gnats at some time. The linen one is my favourite, it’s so comfortable to wear.
I’m going hunting for more perfect fabric for more Roho’s and just a heads up, the pattern is on sale until February 17th!
3 thoughts on “The amazing Roho!”
Love them all ❤😘
Great post and three great blouses, NICE!
All three are so good! Love all your makes! ❤️❤️❤️