Added Sep 1, 2013
It is a simple top made just to match my new skirt. It’s comfortable because of its loose silhouette and has a boat cut-out. Its main feature is the fabric pattern – actually it is coupon but I cut across the fabric so the front and the back look different. Besides, I left the bottom edge unprocessed (it is a selvage so not a great sin:)) not to have it seen through the skirt. It took me about 3 hours to make it.
The pattern was taken from Diana Modern (Ukrainian edition) 5/2013, #37
Thin viscose jersey, cut across so 60 cm was enough.
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