Lace-Back V-Neck Tee

Added Jun 19, 2011

by carlihannah

Scottsdale, Ariz...

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Description

Made some more! As soon as my friends saw mine they all wanted one so this was a bulk order haha :) Got to experiment with lots of different colors and fabrics. Stretchy lace definitely works the best. I had to use a couple laces with no give, like tulle-ish laces? and they were much easier to cut, but the collar didn’t lay right on them since it was stretchy.

I am so proud of them! I just started sewing a year ago so these were a great project for trial and error of different techniques. Pretty good for only my 4th project!

I am taking custom orders and selling them, but I don’t have an Etsy store or anything yet, so if you are interested please contact me here and I will give you my email! :) Sizes S,M,L

Material Notes

Two way stretch knit, lace

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

Season
Summer, Spring
For
Women
Garment Type
Shirts

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    Sep 7, 2011, 08.29 PMby WhisperingPines

    So cute! I’ve always wanted to do the whole custom order/sell what you sew thing. It’s always intrigued me! Besides, this top looks awesome!

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    Jun 19, 2011, 11.31 AMby fabricaddict

    lovely tops, well done!!

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    Jun 19, 2011, 05.16 AMby Phamburger

    This is really really really nice. :D Is the lace really stretchy? Or is it just lace, and has a little bit of stretch?

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      Jun 21, 2011, 07.52 AMby carlihannah

      I worked with a few different kinds. Some was very stretchy, like more of a crochet/knit than actual lace. It works with all kinds, but the knitted ones are comfier and drape better in the end with the jersey in front :)

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