Roza by Kate & Rose

A woven peasant-style blouse or dress with raglan sleeves, gathered front inset, three length options and two sleeve options.

Pattern: Roza
Designer: Kate & Rose
Categories: Blouses
Difficulty: Beginner
Recommended Fabrics: Gauze, Lawn, Linen, Rayon, Voile
required fabric: 1 to 21/2 yards
Sizes: XS - XL
Digital Sewing Pattern$14.00
Digital Sewing Pattern$14.00

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The Róza blouse sewing pattern by Kate & Rose is great sewing pattern for every sewist's stash. With raglan sleeves, there's no need to fuss over easing in shoulder seams. Three length options (cropped, hi-low, and knee-length) and two sleeve options (short or bracelet length) make this one pattern you'll likely sew more than once. Sew your Róza dress in breezy cotton voile and keep cool all summer long.

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Pattern Details

Intended Paper Size: Letter (8.5in x 11in) or A4 (21cm x 29.7cm)
Number of Files Included: 3
Total Number of Pages: 61
Copy Shop Version Included: Yes
Pattern uses layers to select size: Yes

Pattern Size Chart (inches)

Bust3133 1/2374044
Waist23 3/427303337 1/2
Hip333639 1/442 1/445 3/4

Fabric Required (yards)

Blouse - Long Sleeve (45" Wide)1 1/21 1/21 4/51 4/51.9
Blouse - Long Sleeve (60" Wide)1 1/41 1/21 1/21.651.65
Blouse - Short Sleeve (45" Wide)1 1/41 1/21 1/21.651.65
Blouse - Short Sleeve (60" Wide)11 1/51 1/51 1/21.65
Dress (45" Wide)2 1/52 1/42.352 1/22 1/2
Dress (60" Wide)1.91.922 1/22 1/2

Recommended Fabrics

Required Tools

  • Sewing Machine
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • Pins
  • Measuring Tape
  • Fabric Scissors

Optional Tools

  • Serger
  • Tailor's Chalk

Required Supplies

  • Bias Tape
  • Thread
  • Universal Needle

Additional Notes

This PDF pattern includes all pattern pieces and step-by-step instructions with illustrations.

I really wanted to love this pattern, as it is a bit different in construction and style than so many out there. I put it all together and it was ENORMOUS. I could have fit my family in the size that corresponded to my measurements.
From there I cut and chopped and tried to make it work, but it was a fail. I might try it again, making a muslin out of the smallest size. I like the "flowy, drapey" cut of this, but there is just too much of everything once the garment is assembled. Not flattering.