Torrens Box Top Sewing Pattern PDF
Torrens Box Top Sewing Pattern PDF
Torrens Box Top Sewing Pattern PDF
Torrens Box Top Sewing Pattern PDF
Torrens Box Top Sewing Pattern PDF
Torrens Box Top Sewing Pattern PDF
Torrens Box Top Sewing Pattern PDF
Torrens Box Top Sewing Pattern PDF
Torrens Box Top Sewing Pattern PDF

Torrens Box Top Sewing Pattern PDF

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The Torrens Box Top [pronounced like Tor-rens] is an easy to wear everyday staple with clean, architectural lines. It is designed to be very loose fitting with a boxy silhouette. It features a neck facing, a unique sleeve band application technique and two long-sleeve options.

Sizes Available:

bb to D (see size chart in images)

If our sizes are too small to include you, we will grade our patterns up for you. Please get in touch with us here.

Finished Garment Measurements:

See chart in images.

This garment is designed to have a lot of design ease. The finished garment measurements may seem large, but the boxy silhouette of the garment is achieved using design ease.

We recommend choosing your size primarily based on your bust measurement.

Alterations in length can be easily made by shortening or lengthening at the hem.

Although it seems as though the top gets shorter as sizes increase, it is the neckline that is slightly lowered to accommodate larger neck circumferences.

It is always recommended to sew a toile/muslin before cutting in to your 'good' fabric.

Suggested Fabric:

This pattern is designed for use with a variety of woven fabrics.

To achieve a draped silhouette, we suggest lightweight flowy fabrics such as challis, lawn, lightweight linen, rayon, crepe, or silk.

If you prefer to accentuate the Torrens’ boxiness, use a medium weight fabric such as a medium weight linen, double gauze, or handwoven cotton such as an ikat.

As with most garment sewing, we do not recommend the use of quilting cottons.

For a statement piece, try making this top up in a soft wool coating fabric with draping properties such as a soft melton!

Fabric Yardage:

• 1.5m/1.7 yards (150cm/60” wide)
• 2m/2.2 yards (115cm/45” wide)

If using the long-sleeve options, you will require additional fabric.

If you’re using a patterned fabric with a repeat that you’d like to match, you may need more fabric than what is suggested above.

Ensure your fabric is washed and pre-shrunk before cutting.



Lightweight Fusible Interfacing: 0.25m/0.3 yards



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You are purchasing a multi-sizes digital sewing pattern for home use only (not commercial use). This digital pattern comes with PDF files for A4 and Letter sized paper, a large format A0 PDF file and an illustrated set of instructions illustrated pattern instructions to take you step-by step-through the process of making the pattern.

These files need to be opened and saved on desktop or laptop computers — you won't be able to open them on your smart phone.

Our videos and blogs:

Torrens Box Top sew-along video

Torrens Box Top sleeve sew-along

Long Sleeve Torrens Box Top inspo

Hacking a Torrens Box Dress

Hacking the Torrens Box Top Sleeves

All about the Torrens Box Top


Check out these blogs:

The Curvy Sewing Collective review of the Torrens Box Top

Lili from Frocks and Frou Frou's Torrens Box Top

Meg from Cookin' and Craftin's Batik Torrens

Andie from Sew Pretty In Pink's review

Lili from Frocks and Frou Frou's Torrens Box Dress

Meg from Cookin' and Craftin's Ankara Box Dress

Megan from The Green Violet's review

Kristina from Plum Kitchen's contrast-sleeve Torrens

Meg from Cookin' and Craftin's long-sleeve double-gauze Torrens

 Lili from Frock's and Frou Frou's Women's Business Dress


Torrens Box Top inspo:

Check out the hashtag, #TorrensBoxTop

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