Added Feb 10, 2013
San Francisco, C...
A simple summer top that I made from a Burdastyle pattern. This was easy once I understood the techniques. I’m a beginner and learned how to sew from my machine manual and youtube videos. The stitching on the top is not as neat as I would like, but I plan to make this top again with different fabric. The style is very cute and trendy, I would recommend!
I also want to note that for a size 4 (aka Burdastyle size 36), it is a bit big. This is following Burdastyle women’s regular sizes, not petite, so I guess it makes sense. Although I would scale it down a bit for those with smaller frames.
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