Added Jul 4, 2012
I made this top shortly after the magazine came out. As far as I remember it’s very easy to make. I didn’t wear it often, because I can’t wear a bra with it. I used to be uncomfortable without a bra, so it went to the bottom of the drawer.
But in the meantime I lost some weight and consequently some cupsizes. So when I found this two weeks ago during my preparation for The Move to Finland, I put it on and found that nothing is jiggling even without bra. I feel so great in the top that it is now in heavy rotation.
Oh, the patterns is number 124A from the July 2009 BWOF.
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