Added Jul 18, 2010
I made this to go with my Badgley Mischka jacket and though I’m not sure it’s the right style match, It will definitely be a top I wear. I used a camisole pattern I had, Butterick 6777, but had in mind this double layer bias top. So I used the pattern pieces cut on the bias and it ended up being WAY too big. So I took the excess out in a center back seam (not originally existing). I used fold over elastic on the top edges and for the straps for comfort and then did a rolled hem with my serger. It went together quickly and will be really comfortable for the summer.
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