racerback & forth

Added Jun 27, 2012

by foursquarewalls

Louisville, Kent...

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I used McCalls 6359 (a tunic pattern) to make a long tank top and an elastic-waist dress using rayon jersey. It has a racerback-style back, which I’m not crazy about now that I’ve made it. I still feel like I’ll wear these pretty often because they’re so basic!

This pattern runs big, at least for stretchy fabrics, so watch out.

See more on my blog

Thanks!

Material Notes

Rayon jersey, stretch lining for feather dress

Difficulty

Novice

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Women

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    Jun 27, 2012, 07.38 PMby Ali Daniels

    I am so envious of everything you do, and I’m an avid reader of your blog. As always, great work!

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    Jun 27, 2012, 05.11 PMby byrdiesews

    Both pieces are very cute and versatile! You mentioned that you’re not crazy about the racerback but I really like that detail!

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    Jun 27, 2012, 02.27 PMby ariation

    Great neckline edges…..I saw the blog post and I’m going to try it! I’ve yet to get this done properly on jersey fabric. Good job

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    Jun 27, 2012, 09.44 AMby Mary Athey

    Lovely dress and top. you.ve used great fabric and the racer backs a nice touch. xx

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