Added Jun 21, 2012
Please forgive the wrinkles, it’s already been worn and spit up on several times!
There have been a lot of great versions of this top (vogue 1247) popping up lately, and I’ve been dying to make it. I had originally purchased this fabric for a shirt dress, but once I imagined it as this blouse I couldn’t let it go. Despite a lot of neat details, this top comes together very fast! From cut to finish in one day. It went together very easily, too. And check out the intersection of my seams! BAM, accuracy! Pretty proud ;-). I’m really looking forward to making the skirt from this pattern as well.
Cotton Lawn from Mill End in Portland, SO soft and comfy.
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