Added Aug 23, 2008
Bend, Oregon, Un...
So, this is a variation of the Jane jammie top.This isn’t the first time I’ve used the pattern as an everyday top.This is the first time that I’ve altered the pattern and it worked, so that’s another reason that I’ve this shirt. I made it into a halter top with a racer back. I also didn’t do the whole elastic thing, so it’s really loose. A note for next time: Add a zipper to leave so room for altering! The bust is super loose, but if I do anything with it, it won’t go over my head. Anyway, enough blabbering, Enjoy!
P.S. First post!
Thin printed mystery fabric with thin white mystery fabric lining
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