Added May 27, 2011
Boksburg, South ...
A friend of mine wanted a top like this, featured in the latest Honey Adore catalogue. It’s a Neo Boutique design so I would not like to even hazard a guess at how much it costs.
So I decided to make my own version.
Below is the tutorial, I hope you enjoy it.
I started by using an ancient simplicity pattern I had lying around to get the basic shape.
Satin, bias binding.
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