Added Jul 30, 2010
I combined the triangle tops from my 70s sundress with my redrafted version of the front of the Anna Top and made a stretchy shirred panel for the back. Because it was quite snug I used lots of buttons so it wouldn’t gape at the front.
Not perfect, but cute, I think. I’d like to use the same franken-pattern as the top of a sundress at some point.
Black cotton with a woven-in stripe; horn-look buttons.
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