Added Dec 13, 2012
As an ‘80s gal, I love asymmetry and try to incorporate it into some of my work. I am now at an age where knitted, close-fitting tees just cling to all the bouncy bits and look ergh! I am endeavouring to increase my woven top supply and get out of the knitted tee shirts; hence, this asymmetrical top. I wore it to work yesterday and didn’t even think about it, no fussing, no worry…win!
The top is based on Pixelink’s kimono tee (love that super easy pattern), it took me an hour before work to get it done :)
100% cotton (IKEA doona cover, new bought for this purpose- on sale, ended up with about 5m of gorgeous fabric for AUD$20!)
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