Added Dec 29, 2011
Brooklyn, New Yo...
Cut out a flattering shape in your lace and pin to the area you want to sew it to the top. I chose to sew the right side of the lace to the right side of the top—I want to see the pretty scalloped edges of the lace. You can opt to sew the lace to the wrong side of the top if you’d like to hide the edges.
Break out the floral prints for this 1940s inspired spring collection.
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Hippie meets grunge in this plaid top with flared sleeves and a round neckline.
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