Added Jun 21, 2011
A simple top with some improvisation :) Took the Port Elizabeth pattern, cut seperate pieces for the back instead of cutting on the fold, added some bows, bias for the collar, and some lace trim for the sleeves! Turned out just like I pictured in my mind! I was inspired by a shirt at Urban Outfitters that costs $49! Mine was much cheaper, and cuter in my humble opinion ;)
Thick lace, satin ribbon, lace trim, bias binding
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