Added Jan 14, 2014
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I did this top as a joint project with Meli. We bought the same fabric, then each sewed up something different. For my project, I wanted to balance out the bright and busy print with a simple design, so I chose BurdaStyle’s Printed Blouse 08/2012 #109 (which I’d had my eye on for a while) because it’s a great woven top with just enough darts to provide shape. If you’re anything like me, you’re always on the lookout for a great blouse pattern to sew up all your beautiful cottons in! After some modifications, the fit turned out great, and I will definitely use this project again!
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