Added Aug 26, 2013
by Aida Petre
I had some leftover orange pink-ish fabric with a nice pattern but I didn’t knew what to do with it. So I started looking through Burda magazines and I’ve found a really nice top. The thing was that I didn’t had enough fabric to make the front and the back from one piece so I’ve made them from 2 pieces each. I think the pattern of the fabric helped a lot because you can barely see the seam.
Very easy pattern. I omitted the slit in the front because I’m not such a fan of them.
My mother in law loved it and I had to make her one too. Seeing as she’s a size 48 I made a few adjustments and it fits. She was sooo happy.
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