I’m new here, and I have a question. I have sewn sweetheart necklines before, but lately I’ve seen a few designs that seem different that I would love to know the term for. The style is a bodice with a scoop neck, and two partial “cups” showing above, often made in contrast fabric, which form the sweetheart line.
Here is a a link for a picture of what I’m talking about.
Does anyone know what this particular style is called? (and if you know how to make it, I would love links to tutorials or instructions!) TSA!
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