Added May 31, 2010
This is made of left over fabric I bought to make another BWOF 02/10 112, (sadly I can’t photograph my fist version today as it’s in the wash). This is made from just two pieces, which I traced off the back and front pieces of the 112 and then extended up to the shoulders. The shoulders are only joined for about an inch each side of the neck line with makes the sleeves all fluttery and as I left all the edges unfinished made for a pretty quick top. It looked a bit boring on its own so I livened it up with a home-made rosette at the request of my boyfriend.
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