Added Jul 21, 2013
London, United K...
This top is made using Pattern Magic Book 3 – Stretch Fabrics’ instruction for Loophole View B with an asymmetrical design. I used a simple cotton jersey for the top and single folded tape cut on the crosswise grain to finish the neckline and armholes. This top took most of an afternoon to sew and the pattern manipulation is relatively straight forward. You can see more about this on my blog:Pattern Magic Loophole Top
cotton jersey, vilene bias stay tape
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