Added Nov 14, 2012
This is the wrap top from October It is very comfortable and because I like this style, I will be making it again…but (as you can see) I have had fitting issues and next time I will make a size smaller (it is VERY big). I will also eliminate the back darts and decrease the size across the shoulders (those darts I added are not in the pattern), the bust sizing is also somewhat ample so that needs to be tweaked. Easily put together and worn today for work and, as I said before, very comfortable :)
Cotton jersey. I simply hemmed all the edges and did not use the vilene or facings- easy!
Elbow length sleeves for spring, summer and autumn, longer sleeves for winter.
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
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