Violette Field Threads Piper Misses Tour + GIVEAWAY!

Hi Folks! I’m excited to be sharing my Piper Misses top today that was created and designed by the wonderful ladies behind Violette Field Threads. I had the pleasure of having dinner with them last week at Quilt Market and was completely inspired by their hard work, competitive nature, and wisdom they had to share.

Today I am so excited to share their newest women’s pattern, the Piper Misses. It’s so girly and frilly, yet at the same time could EASILY be a staple in your wardrobe. I chose to make mine out of my Gleeful Fabrics After the Rain VOILE (ahhhh, feels like butter!) and accent it with lace I had left over from this project. I didn’t finish the edges on my lace, so I’ll definitely be hand washing this pretty thing.

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The bow detailing on the back definitely makes this top one that stands out, and y’all KNOW I am a sucker for Peter Pan Collars, so this pattern was definitely a W I N in my book from the get-go. The pattern itself was super simple to put together.. nothing tricky at all. AND the photos included in the pattern instructions are absolutely perfect. I love photos in patterns– they really make it seem like you’re working on the project together, right?

I’m excited that we’re going to get to giveaway THREE copies of the Violette Field Threads Piper Misses top right here, right now! Good Luck!

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xoCaroline

Comments

  1. So pretty!!

  2. Oh that top is to die for!! I love love love the cute features on it. I would make my top out of a soft vintage-looking floral fabric with a contrasting fabric for the peter pan collar and bow (I’m thinking polka dots!) –Shana at http://dixielane.blogspot.com/

  3. Shelby H says:

    Absolutely gorgeous…..my life NEEDS this pattern. I would literally make like 15. Haha!

  4. Elena Butler says:

    I loooove the idea of lace!

  5. This top is super cute and I think it looks wonderful with the voile print from your Gleeful collection. I would also love to make it in a Liberty of London print, I have never sewn with them before and I think it would look great with this blouse patter!

  6. Very pretty! I’d definitely make the Piper out of a crisp cotton, too. Perfect for summer!

  7. Cindy Molnar says:

    Gleeful is a great line of fabrics. I love the blue and lime squiggles; I would love to make a shirt or dress from any of your beautiful fabrics. I also love bags!

  8. I’d love to sew it out of gleeful fabrics! such a lovely line!

  9. I just found a new favorite designer, wonderful.

  10. Meaghen Calder says:

    That top is lovely. Great giveaway, thank you!

  11. Caitlin says:

    Very cute!

  12. I am thinking it would be fantastic in a pale pink seersucker for Summer. And maybe the version with a 3/4 sleeve in chambray for fall. Seriously, I am in love with the versatility of this pattern!

  13. I’d probably have to go with polka dots, too. I’m a sucker for polka dots.

  14. I love the blue voile and also have my eye on some double gauze @imagine gnats. Tough call!! Super cute top!!

  15. Kristina says:

    So pretty! I’m thinking a solid maroon voile with an ecru lace.

  16. Ashley Hughes says:

    I love love love this top!

  17. Polka dots! Or something from the lily belle line :)

  18. This is fabulous! I’d love to make one for my teenage daughter, she loves lace! Thanks for the awesome giveaway :)

  19. I’d love to see it in a liberty print cotton!

  20. Love the top!! It would make an excellent 4th of July top.

  21. I’d make it from a joel dewberry rayon.

  22. Kerrielee says:

    Such a cute pattern. It is definitely on my wish list!

  23. Heather says:

    I’ve got some double gauze I’ve been hoarding–I think it would make a sweet Piper! xo

  24. Melanie says:

    That looks so pretty!! I’m excited!!

  25. The color and lace you chose, Caroline! I am a huge fan polka dots, so I might copy your design. :D

  26. I have a pretty black and white print that would be stunning in this pattern with the white collar and bow!

  27. so cute! I’ve got some AMH voile just begging to be made into one of these!

  28. Amber Hunter says:

    I have some beautiful burgundy silk that I think would be perfect

  29. Regan Smith says:

    I would use any of the Gleeful that I could get my hands on!

  30. Renee Nowakowski says:

    So pretty!!!!! Definitely only wishlist if things to sew this summer :)

  31. Lovely!

  32. I’d love to use voile as well, to achieve the same “flowy” result! :D

  33. The bow is so cute!! This pattern is definitely going on my wishlist.

  34. How about a nice Sateen!

  35. Love and love this top! I’m glad to see you collaborate with other designers :)

  36. Jennifer says:

    I was totally crushing on your top when I saw it on IG during Market. I’d love one in Gleeful voile too :-)

  37. So pretty! I love the lace. I’d make a polka dot one for sure and several more out of voile or something lightweight and drapey.

  38. That is so pretty! I think it would be really pretty in a very pale pink chiffon.

  39. Leah Corbin says:

    That shirt is so cute! I love it! Thanks for the giveaway!

  40. I just picked up some bright coral rayon that would be perfect!

  41. I would sew mine with a mint greenish main fabric and white lace accent! Love this pattern and your take on it! <3

  42. Lovely. I adore the demure front paired with the surprising back.

  43. Very cute! I think I would try using a voile. Thanks!

  44. I am in love with this top!!! Bows on shirts are too cute! I’ve never made my own piece of clothing and I would love this master piece to be my first article of clothing. I would make this shirt out of cheerful echo once it is available in july ;)

    Xoxo

  45. Thank you for the giveaway!!!

  46. Megan Brown says:

    I would use a cute floral or polka dot material.

  47. Alicia M says:

    This is so cute! I love the party in the back!

  48. Crystal Dooley says:

    I love this and would love to make it out of some summer color lace would be awesome!

  49. I’d love to try the top out of some double gauze – perfect for summer! I never win this sort of stuff, but thanks for the chance nonetheless :)

  50. Nicola mcbeath says:

    Your top looks great, especially in that fabric!

  51. Melyana says:

    Piper top with cute printed chiffon fabric

  52. Cecilia Pirk says:

    So beautiful! Would love to sew it in a soft black fabric, with details in contrasting colour!!!

  53. Love this top, Peter Pan collars get me every time!!

  54. Kimberly says:

    What a darling pattern!

  55. I just received my order of Dear Stella and linen from my local fabric store. I also can’t wait to get my hands on April Rhodes’ Arizona collection, and I think this would be a great project for it! Thanks for hosting. :)

  56. Kristina says:

    Polka dots are classic. That’s what I would choose!

  57. Courtney says:

    I see it in a vintage-y floral. Such a cute top!

  58. I would love to make a white voile or lawn version!

  59. Barbara P. says:

    I love your Gleeful fabrics and would love to try out the voile as well. Beautiful top. Love the lace!

  60. I love the polka dots! I might just have to copy you. ;-)

  61. I’d love to make this out of some Art Gallery Voile! Matching for my daughter and I!

  62. I’d sew it in a lightweight cotton stretch, it’s cream with small coloured polkadots! :)

  63. I would totally be a copycat and sew it out of your After the Rain voile. I’d make one out of that April Rhodes mint triangle voile too.

  64. Barbora says:

    I love their patterns!

  65. Brenda Melahn says:

    I am on a black and white kick right now — I can envision a black and white print with white lace overlay for my granddaughter!

  66. Such a cute top!
    Love the color combo..
    xoxo

  67. Michelle Magdaleo says:

    i love it you look so gorgeous

  68. Kristie says:

    Super cute and feminine! I love it!

  69. Melanie C says:

    I would just like to copy yours with the blue/white dots :)

  70. Desiree says:

    I was thinking black and white polka dots!

  71. Katherine says:

    I have a piece of small florals I would love to use for this

  72. Love it!

  73. I would use some double gauze. I love this top. It would be a great extension of my wardrobe!

  74. I think it would be really pretty in a light pink Swiss Dot.

  75. What a pretty top! I’d love to make it in purple polka dots :-)

  76. I’m really dying to make this out of some peach skin from GirlCharlee!!

  77. I really have no idea but seeing this polka dot version makes me want to find some dots myself!!!

  78. It’d be perfect with any of your gleeful fabrics!!!

  79. Oh, I’d love to make this top out of April Rhodes voile, the light blue with triangles! Or with Bari J Ackermans Budquette voile, the gray with flowers! Too cute!

  80. Actually I would LOVE to sew it out of some of your new fabric and use lace for the bow. Wouldn’t that be lovely?

  81. Beautiful! I would make it out of some art gallery fabrics I’ve been hoarding. and lace!

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