This lovely little number comes to us thanks to member joclin, a winner from our
Summer in the City competition. Depending on your fabric, you can make this top elegant and dressy or fun and casual, without even falling down the rabbit hole. We used a silk satin for the main self and belt, and silk charmeuse for the sleeves. Instead of Velcro, we used wide flat hook and eyes, with a big sparkly button on top. This top would also be very nice in light cottons. Thanks again, joclin!
Self: 1 3/4 yards (1m 50cm)
Lining: 7/8 yards (65cm)
This pattern includes seam allowance
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