Pink (Non) Maternity Wrap Top

Added Jul 27, 2010

by jaimesews

Bakersfield, Cal...

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Whipped this up super quickly (4 seams) and decided to finish the raw edges with a rolled edge on my serger, though it’s not included in the pattern. I shouldn’t have because it restricted the stretch a little and made it more challenging to wrap around me appropriately, but I love it – got a lot of complements the day I wore it and even inspired another co-worker to make one! Oh, and I’m not pregnant – it works for everyone! (Sorry for the terrible pic)

Material Notes

rayon jersey

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Season
Spring, Fall, Winter
For
Women
Garment Type
Tanks/T’s
Style
Casual, Other
Material
Knits/Jersey

Credits

Megan Nielson

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    Sep 17, 2010, 11.44 AMby redslippers

    Thankyou for vissiting my post re: parfait dress. I am also so impressed/ a wee bit jealous that you have decided to become a home ec teacher!! I was pretty hopeless at home ec back in the day, but i couldn’t think of a nicer job these days and regret not trying just a bit harder. Also love this top.

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    Jul 30, 2010, 10.12 AMby emilykate

    Oh this is CUTE!!!! Thanks for your comment on my alice + olivia pants… I can DEFINITELY recommend the pattern, and they are beautifuuly fitted. I am so impressed that you have pursued home economics at higher-education level… I don’t know if that is even possible here in Australia. You can do FASHION but not home economics anymore that I know of at university-level here.

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      Jul 30, 2010, 01.37 PMby jaimesews

      Thank you! Home Economics is a rare degree here in the states too…it’s so sad because it’s an incredibly useful avenue of study!

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    Jul 28, 2010, 06.53 PMby fairytale-thirteen

    LOVELY COLOUR – SWEET SEWING ;-)

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    Jul 28, 2010, 09.43 AMby jasmine77

    Looks great too! I was wondering if I would be able to shorten my sashes after I have the baby. Did you shorten the sahses at all ??

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      Jul 28, 2010, 01.49 PMby jaimesews

      No I made it just as the pattern says. It isn’t a problem at all, but since the pattern calls for no hem (just leaving the cut edge) you could make it as the pattern says and then just chop off what you don’t want. Hope that helps! Thanks.

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