Button Front Add-on
for Women's Driftwood (ideal for nursing)

Button Front Add-on
for Women's Driftwood (ideal for nursing)

$3.00 USD
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Please note:  This is an add-on to the Women's Driftwood Blouse + Dress  You will need to own the Women's Driftwood pattern in order to use this add-on.

From an everyday blouse to a stunning dress, the Button Front Add-on is for everyone - to change up the look of your Women's Driftwood simply and easily, adding even more versatility and options.

For nursing parents, this is a perfect addition to expand your wardrobe.  Kit yourself out with multiple garments from just one pattern.

Skill Level: Adventurous beginner

  • Button front pattern pieces and sewing instructions for
  • Blouse
  • Dress
  • A-line Dress

Make old things new again! Twig & Tale patterns pair wonderfully with recycled fabrics.

Sizing + Supplies

The Driftwood Blouse + Dress includes teen, women and curvy women sizes all in the one pattern.

View size chart + materials list 

Printing Info

Our digital patterns are tiled and designed to print using your home printer on either US Letter, or A4 paper.  

Patterns include a nifty “layers” feature, allowing you to print only the size(s) you need, or all of the sizes. Full step-by-step printing instructions are supplied.

This pattern also includes an additional wide format file that can be taken to a local copy shop and printed on single sheets of A0 paper.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 50 reviews
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Flowy fun pattern

I made this blouse with gathered cuffs and a button closure at the neck. Made my own neck binding. It went together easily and I wore it yesterday, am very happy with the result. I got my fabric online and it ended up being much more transparent than I anticipated, so I whipped up a cami to layer underneath. I'm envisioning wearing this in the garden to keep the sun off but still allow a breeze to reach my skin. I'm in the northern hemisphere and need the thought of spring to stay motivated this time of year! Thanks twig + tale! I hope to make an a-line dress version in the future as well.

A
A.
Sweet blouse

Very happy with my new blouse. Took some time and handmade the button loop with embroidery thread. Will make a long sleeve version next with a brushed cotton for autumn

Y
Y.D.
I love this pattern

I left a review but forgot to add the photo. Here’s a duplicate review with photo. I'd made two baby versions (a top and a dress) of this pattern and decided to try making one for myself. I am always cold, so I decided to try making it in cotton flannel. It may not have the "drape" the typical fabrics have, but this pattern comes together nicely in flannel for a cool weather option. I love it. The instructions are clear and easy, and I'm looking forward to making more!

Y
Y.
Great Pattern, Even for Flannel

I'd made two baby versions (a top and a dress) of this pattern and decided to try making one for myself. I am always cold, so I decided to try making it in cotton flannel. It may not have the "drape" the typical fabrics have, but this pattern comes together nicely in flannel for a cool weather option. I love it. The instructions are clear and easy, and I'm looking forward to making more!

K
K.B.
Driftwood top

I am quite a beginner, but with a bit of patience, this top came out beautifully. I love it!

M
M.M.
Love this pattern

So easy to use, clear simple instructions a beginner could make this.
I love the shape, its versatility is endless, from a crisp cotton blouse to a soft sheer long sleeve elegant evening blouse, to a day dress, a beach cover or a night gown.
Its winter in the uk so i am making a soft Jersey with long sleeves in a tunic length.... Then i think i might need a pixie coat 😉

V
V.B.
Beautiful Driftwood

This is an excellent pattern. Very versatile and not hard to sew. The instructions are clear and easy to follow.
My Driftwood was made in vintage silk and I love it ❤️

F
F.F.
good spring / summer top

I made a few adjustments as follows:
- I didn't want a tie or loop, so extended the neckband by 4cms to make it more open
- shortened the body by 4 - 5 cm
- extended the sleeve by 4 cm
Instructions were easy to follow - gathering the fabric into the neckband being the most cumbersome step. I divided the neckband & bodice into 16 sections to make it easier to get the gathers even throughout.

Customer Reviews

Based on 50 reviews
92%
(46)
6%
(3)
2%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
S
S.
Flowy fun pattern

I made this blouse with gathered cuffs and a button closure at the neck. Made my own neck binding. It went together easily and I wore it yesterday, am very happy with the result. I got my fabric online and it ended up being much more transparent than I anticipated, so I whipped up a cami to layer underneath. I'm envisioning wearing this in the garden to keep the sun off but still allow a breeze to reach my skin. I'm in the northern hemisphere and need the thought of spring to stay motivated this time of year! Thanks twig + tale! I hope to make an a-line dress version in the future as well.

A
A.
Sweet blouse

Very happy with my new blouse. Took some time and handmade the button loop with embroidery thread. Will make a long sleeve version next with a brushed cotton for autumn

Y
Y.D.
I love this pattern

I left a review but forgot to add the photo. Here’s a duplicate review with photo. I'd made two baby versions (a top and a dress) of this pattern and decided to try making one for myself. I am always cold, so I decided to try making it in cotton flannel. It may not have the "drape" the typical fabrics have, but this pattern comes together nicely in flannel for a cool weather option. I love it. The instructions are clear and easy, and I'm looking forward to making more!

Y
Y.
Great Pattern, Even for Flannel

I'd made two baby versions (a top and a dress) of this pattern and decided to try making one for myself. I am always cold, so I decided to try making it in cotton flannel. It may not have the "drape" the typical fabrics have, but this pattern comes together nicely in flannel for a cool weather option. I love it. The instructions are clear and easy, and I'm looking forward to making more!

K
K.B.
Driftwood top

I am quite a beginner, but with a bit of patience, this top came out beautifully. I love it!

M
M.M.
Love this pattern

So easy to use, clear simple instructions a beginner could make this.
I love the shape, its versatility is endless, from a crisp cotton blouse to a soft sheer long sleeve elegant evening blouse, to a day dress, a beach cover or a night gown.
Its winter in the uk so i am making a soft Jersey with long sleeves in a tunic length.... Then i think i might need a pixie coat 😉

V
V.B.
Beautiful Driftwood

This is an excellent pattern. Very versatile and not hard to sew. The instructions are clear and easy to follow.
My Driftwood was made in vintage silk and I love it ❤️

F
F.F.
good spring / summer top

I made a few adjustments as follows:
- I didn't want a tie or loop, so extended the neckband by 4cms to make it more open
- shortened the body by 4 - 5 cm
- extended the sleeve by 4 cm
Instructions were easy to follow - gathering the fabric into the neckband being the most cumbersome step. I divided the neckband & bodice into 16 sections to make it easier to get the gathers even throughout.