Added Jul 13, 2009
This last semester I was lucky enough to be given a box full of old awesome fabric, plaids, flannels, paisleys, and the supersoft cotton knit that I used for this halter top. I had no pattern for the top I had imagined to make, yet used a few pieces from the Tea Top pattern, improvised a bit, and threw some elastic in there to ensure a perfect fit. The end product is this very comfy halter top that I would love to take a nice bike ride in. Currently this top is for sale in my Etsy shop at www.Chaseash.etsy.com
cotton, elastic, cotton thread
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