Added Mar 23, 2013
This seems to be one of the most popular patterns on BurdaStyle. And my wardrobe was missing a Peplum top. So I decided to give a try.
I made a lot of adjustments:
I shortened the peplum and the bodice, because I intend to wear it under a jacket.
I moved the seam of the back bodice and the peplum higher so that it got closer to my waist line.
I have sloped and small shoulders. So I corrected the shoulder seams and the armholes.
I made a wider neckline
I used bias binding for the neckline instead of facing
Check my blog http://cozycotton.blogspot.com.au for more photos.
lightweight stretchy cotton. 18 inch invisible zip.
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