Added Aug 1, 2008
When I saw annesofie’s skulls, I said to myself I want a cool tube top, so I ran to my stash and made this. I used yellow gingham that I got at walmart for 50 cents a yard and white muslin to line it. I didn’t use a pattern, because this was an experiment to see how a cut out between the bust piece and the waist piece would work, for future design plans. The top zips up the back.
yellow gingham, bleached muslin, zipper
annesofie for the idea
Wal-mart for selling the cheapest fabric
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