Added Jan 24, 2013
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I based this top on a Lauren Moffat tunic I’ve had in my closet for years. I loved it and wanted to replicate it in a different color. This chartreuse silk may have been a bit heavy to use with this particular pattern, but the color is so amazing, I love it anyway. You can read a bit about the ups and downs of making this top at mybeaubaby.blogspot.com
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