Added Aug 25, 2013
Southend On Sea,...
I saw a 1950s top pattern for a one piece top on a web site so tried making one myself. easy to make measure the length from waist to back add ties to one bottom edge, i also added ties to chest line and add a wider strip of fabric to other end for a wide tie. my top can be worn both ways but i prefer it to tie at the back. it is a nice top to wear as its made from a cotton sheet.
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