Added Aug 30, 2009
Again with someday of having a baby I made this top with room for a belly if need be. I did not use a pattern again, just traced a current scrub top and altered it. I used striped fabric for pocket inlays, around neck, and sleeves. I also used it in the back for a tie pull (not able to see in photos). The pockets were a new thing for me to try, I was not too successful for them to be used at my job so I added the pencil/pen/scissor holder on one of the pockets, I might add a snap maybe. I needed them to be deeper. This time for the pants I tried inseam pockets and a fancy cargo pocket with a flap with a snap. The cargo has a pocket behind it also. Again a drawstring waist. The whole set is my fav so far.
Robert Kaufmann Camilla cupcake fabric and striped material, yellow/white seam binding, thread, snap.
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