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quickest top ever !!

Added Mar 2, 2014

by chula123

Great Yarmouth, ...






this is a pattern I have used before, but as I made it in this stretchy velvet I could do it without the buttons in the back , stitch the side seams, put in sleeves and literally wear the top after 1 hour :-)). The fabric was left over from a dress I made a while ago, and luckily there was just enough and I love how well the colour matches the skirt.

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Garment Type
Casual, Classic

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    Mar 5, 2014, 08.13 AMby foopy1

    That must have been a lovely dress… wonderful blouse fabric ♥♥♥

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      Mar 5, 2014, 09.01 AMby chula123

      thank you so much !! It is lovely fabric, feels so soft ! I already like the dress and I think the top might turn into one of my favourites :-))

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    Mar 3, 2014, 06.22 PMby Luz Kettle

    Super chulo, chula, great outfit.

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      Mar 4, 2014, 04.49 PMby chula123

      thank you very much luz !!

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    Mar 3, 2014, 10.20 AMby rita61

    Nice top

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      Mar 4, 2014, 04.49 PMby chula123

      thank you rita61 !

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    Mar 2, 2014, 06.00 PMby Mary Athey

    Just gorgeous, i thought you might have made this when i saw your fabulous suit. I forgot to ask what pattern did you use for your suit. I really love the jacket shape x

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      Mar 2, 2014, 06.15 PMby chula123

      thank you very much Mary ! The top was really so easy, seeing I didn’t need all those buttons. I love it very much and will wear it loads no doubt !
      the patterns I used were: skirt no. 107/02/11, jacket no. 120/08/2011 and the top 131/05/2012.
      I am not so thrilled with the jacket, it’s ok open, but don’t like it that much with the zip closed. Not a difficult pattern though, but probably better with a stretchy material. The fabric I used, is a bit too stiff.

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