Added Jun 14, 2011
Rapid City, Sout...
Well from that title I’m sure you can figure how I feel about this one. It took me forever only because I just wasn’t that excited about it, and then to top it off I’m pretty sure I sewed the front pieces together the wrong way making the neckline much more plunging than it is supposed to be. But I think it’s still wearable, and besides by the time I realized what happened I was nearly done and there was no way I was going back to try and fix it. I’ll just do it right next time, yes I do think this is a good pattern that I’ll make again even though it was boring. If it bother me too much when I wear it I’ll just put a little insert in there to raise the neckline.
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