Added Apr 23, 2013
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After putting in a lot of sewing time fitting bras and pants, this was a quick and satisfying project to take on. In fact, not only do I think this ruffle peplum top is pretty darn cute, but it’s extremely comfortable!
The details are simple: I cut a t-shirt using my trusty McCall’s Misses’ Tops M6164 pattern, cropping it at the waist. I then cut a big rectangle, gathered at the waist, and was done!
Check it out at MadeByMeg
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