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Lie's wrap shirt

Added Aug 13, 2009

by lie

Herentals, Belgium






A comfortable wrap shirt in a colourful cotton tricot, finished with a satin biais.

Material Notes

cotton tricot
satin biais




Garment Type

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    Jan 7, 2010, 01.48 AMby lschnick

    Hi. I love this shirt. i have been looking for a pattern for a shirt like this. i don’t really know how to sew, but want to learn, is this pattern available?

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    Aug 17, 2009, 11.52 AMby badkitty-1

    Oh I love the fabric on this top. The colour combinations are beautiful.

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    Aug 13, 2009, 08.46 PMby lie

    I think I used a pattern from ‘Knipmode’ for this one, but it shouldn’t be that difficult to make it yourself like you say. Make sure to post a picture if yoy finished it, I’m curious to see you’re version!

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    Aug 13, 2009, 06.46 PMby badkitty-1


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    Aug 13, 2009, 06.29 PMby lottatroublemaker

    Love it, looks so beautiful and comfy as well! I think I’ll have to make myself one, inspired by yours! I could probably handle using a shirt pattern I have already, just adapt it by making those “flaps” and ties… :) Did you use a pattern or did you just make it yourself? I’ll be picking up my very first dress form from the PO tomorrow, so I can’t wait to try creating things from scratch… Just tried copying a bit from some things I have, and by adapting it a bit myself, found that it works well. With the added help of a dress form, it’ll be so much fun! I’m trying to make a knit vest today, modified a T-shirt pattern’s neckline and sleeve holes a bit, made it a bit shorter and so far it looks cute (on the table). When I tracked my parcel and discovered that the form is on the PO waiting though, I stopped and figured I’ll do the rest when I have assembled it tomorrow… The knit is a very loose one though, so it will be interesting to see how it is to work with. Maybe I should have had a walking foot for it… No biggie though if it proves difficult, it’s an old fabric and I have more, got to do a bit of trial and error to learn, don’t you? Haven’t sewn clothes for almost 20 years, and then never did knits, so I guess I’m almost back to scratch… ;P

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