Super romantic Port Elizabeth summer top

Added Apr 7, 2011

by Sofiagynther

Stockholm, Sweden

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Description

My first top, based on the Port Elizabeth pattern. I added a strap of snapbuttons (can you say that?) in the front and facing along the neckline so that I can keep a couple of buttons open and still not show the wrong side of the fabric.
It is pretty short and looks really sweet with a waist high skirt or jeans.
I love this pattern and will definately use it again!

Material Notes

Cotton print fabric, snapbutton strap

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Season
Spring, Summer
For
Women
Garment Type
Tops
Style
Romantic, Victorian
Material
Cotton

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    Apr 12, 2011, 08.41 PMby Stiffneck

    Hörru snapbuttons är ju en kalasbra idé! Måste kolla om det finns på min tygaffär här i byn. Jag är kär i den här blusen. Jag ser framför mig hur du vandrar sävligt på en sommaräng med den. Sävligt. Nästan i slow motion. :)

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      Apr 12, 2011, 08.50 PMby Sofiagynther

      Sjukt bra idé. Fick däremot leta i en evighet, hittade tillslut i en sån där liten affär i city som bara säljer band och snören och som förmodligen legat där i hundra år och lever endast på att ingen annan skulle våga öppna något så smalt. Säg till om du inte får tag i så kan jag skicka till dig, det finns svart och vitt.
      Sävlig! Så jäkla fint! Ska försöka lev upp till det med allt jag är värd!

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    Apr 8, 2011, 02.24 PMby sunnilj9

    Oh I love this! Would make a rather fabulous jacket too! Lovely fabric usage and what a clever idea for the snap tape! I’ve always wanted to use that and have never really found a use. Lovely work!

    xoxo, Sunni

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      Apr 8, 2011, 07.08 PMby Sofiagynther

      Thank you! So it’s called snap tape! Good, I’m still learning these terms in english, so thank you again!
      Yes, a jacket would be nice! I’m still just a beginner at sewing garment so eventually maybe I’ll be able to get a jacket together too!

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    Apr 7, 2011, 08.08 PMby holasoylulu

    nice change!

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      Apr 7, 2011, 09.36 PMby Sofiagynther

      Thanx! Next time I think I’ll let the buttonstrap go all the way down :)

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    Apr 7, 2011, 04.09 PMby melonhead

    What a beautiful top! The fabric and just everything about it is perfect! :)

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      Apr 7, 2011, 04.32 PMby Sofiagynther

      :) Thank you so much!

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    Apr 7, 2011, 01.54 PMby oonaballoona

    even the curtains and chair are swooning! beautiful.

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      Apr 7, 2011, 04.31 PMby Sofiagynther

      Haha! Funny enough my mom sew the curtains and I painted the chair :)
      Thank you!

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    Apr 7, 2011, 10.09 AMby Priscilla Folley

    You’ve picked such a delicate fabric for you top, I love it! I’d love to be able to find this one here. I really like what you’ve made!

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      Apr 7, 2011, 10.44 AMby Sofiagynther

      Thank you! I love the fabric too, I keep thinking of was else I should make of it!

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    Apr 7, 2011, 10.06 AMby marina74

    Beautiful top! I think the fabric is beautiful!! I like your skirt, too. Looks great together…

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      Apr 7, 2011, 10.45 AMby Sofiagynther

      It does look very romantic, the outfit :)
      Thank you!

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