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Cottony Tara

Added Mar 5, 2008

by alysonm-1

London, United K...

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Description

My second Burda project in preparation for summer! I made one of these for my sister in a stripy poplin and liked it so much that I made myself one. It was a bit low cut for me (I’m not generally one for showing off my undies…) so I stitched up the front V a bit. Also did french seams inside to contain all the frayed edges. Other than that, no variations on the original pattern. I found the instructions a bit hard to follow but I used my common sense and it’s come out OK! Thank you Burda :)

Material Notes

Light cotton (I think…it’s slightly shiny, think it’s got some man-made stuff in it too).

Difficulty

Novice

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Credits

Burda for the pattern.

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    Sep 28, 2008, 10.49 AMby camilaustral

    i think i’m stitching the V a little on the dress i’m making too ;) yours look great

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    Mar 5, 2008, 09.11 PMby pinkhibiscus

    Great idea stitching up the V, I was eyeing this pattern but the V bothered me! :)

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    Mar 5, 2008, 02.49 PMby gidgetsews

    Your top is very nice and summery. I didn’t think I wanted to make this pattern, but you are changing my mind!

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    Mar 5, 2008, 12.45 PMby passionflower

    Lovely Top! I can only hope my attempt at the tara will turn out this good!

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This project is based on

Burdastyle

http://burdastyle.com//projects/cottony-tara?image=13126